The current Intel Arc lineup includes three models: A40, A30, and A40M, all of which are powered by the same ACM-G11 GPU and can have up to 8 Xe-Cores. One thing they all share in common is that they are not available for DIY (do-it-yourself) purchase, as Intel’s workstation GPUs are only sold through OEM partners.
The deployment of the Arc PRO series has been lackluster so far, and it may take a considerable amount of time for Intel to catch up with AMD Radeon Pro and NVIDIA RTX series in terms of competition. However, there are indications that Intel may be working on another GPU, potentially called the Arc Pro A60M.
The rumored upcoming GPU in the Intel Arc Pro lineup is said to have double the number of cores compared to the existing models, with 16 Xe-Cores or 256 Xe Engines/Execution Units. This suggests that the GPU could either be a variant of the ACM-G10 or the rumored ACM-G12. There have been multiple mentions of the ACM-G12 in leaked roadmaps, which could potentially be the GPU that’s being referred to here.
The performance of both the desktop A60 and mobile A60 variants is as anticipated, with reported speeds that are twice as fast as the A50/40 GPUs. While the exact memory size for these SKUs is not confirmed by the OpenCL output, it is speculated to be 8GB with a 128-bit platform.
In addition, it appears that Intel has not yet launched its gaming Arc A580 GPU, which is said to have 24 Xe-Cores according to official slides. Given the recent price cuts of the A7 series, some may question whether the A580 GPU still has a place in the current Arc lineup.