Intel has announced its Arc Mobile graphics cards which are to launch soon. The five different variants include the A770M, A730M, A550M, A370M, and A350M and are part of a 3 series launch; the Arc 3, Arc 5, and the Arc 7. Out of these three, only the Arc 3 series will be made available as early as tomorrow. For the other two series, we will still have to wait till mid summer for the official launch.
Intel has confirmed that there will be only two Alchemist SoCs, the ACM-G10 based on 32 Xe-Cores and the ACM-G11 based on 8 Xe-Cores. The A550M, A730M, and A770M are based on the G10 variant with 32 Xe-Cores. The A370M and A350M on the other hand are based on the G11 variant which was also known as DG2-128EU previously. As far as the specifications are concerned, there will be no more surprises.
Intel has marked the Arc A770M as the flagship model based on 32 Xe-Cores. It will have a GDDR6 memory of 16 GB spread across a 256-bit bus interface. The graphics clock stands at a default 1.65 GHz with a TDP ranging from 120W to 150W. The Arc A730M is based on 24 Xe-Cores with a GDDR6 memory of 12 GB spread across a 192-bit interface. The TDP on this one however is going to range from 80W to 120W. Moving on to the Arc A550M, which is based on the ACM-G10 Xe-Cores, it has a GDDR6 memory of 8 GB spread across a 128-bit memory bus width. The TDP for this one will range from 60W to 80W.
The A370M and A350M are entry level variants and both will be based on 8 Xe-Cores. With a 4 GB memory and 64-bit interface, these variants will only have a 96-bit memory bus. The A370M has a 1.55 GHz GPU clock with TDP ranging from 35 to 50W. The A370M, on the other hand, goes up to 1.15 GHz with TDP in the range of 25 to 35W. We are still waiting to hear about performance figures on the Arc 5 and Arc 7 GPUs as Intel is yet to make any announcements regarding that