Intel Announces Arc Pro A60/A60M GPUs With A New Alchemist “ACM-G12” GPU

Intel has expanded its range of professional products by introducing the Arc A60 desktop and A60M mobile GPUs. The A60 Pro, which is the latest desktop GPU from Intel, utilizes the Xe-HPG (Alchemist) architecture. Similarly, the mobile variant, known as A60M Pro, also features 16 Xe-Cores (256 FP32 shading units) and 12GB of GDDR6 memory.

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Apart from the technical details, these cards mark the debut of the third Alchemist GPU known as ACM-G12. While Intel had not officially acknowledged the existence of this option despite numerous leaks, the accompanying image in the product announcements makes it evident that this is indeed a completely new GPU.

Reportedly, the G12 GPU is expected to include half of the G10 GPU cores, specifically 16 cores, along with a memory bus of up to 192 bits. As per Intel’s information, the A60 Pro desktop GPU will offer up to 256 XMX cores, a clock speed of up to 2.4 GHz, a 130W TDP (Thermal Design Power), and a PCIe 4.0 x16 interface. On the other hand, the mobile version will have a clock speed of up to 1.3 GHz.

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The company has officially announced that the A60 GPU will begin shipping in the upcoming weeks, while the mobile version is expected to be available in the coming months. According to HardwareLuxx, the card will be priced at $175, which is considered a fantastic price for a 12GB graphics card.