We have yet to see the Intel Arc A580 desktop graphics card (24 Xe cores), but something that looks like it could be an Arc A550 desktop graphics card (16 Xe cores) has passed through CompuBench (H/T @KOMACHI_ENSAKA ). When (if?) Intel gets around to releasing the Arc A580, it may make sense to release a junior model such as the Arc A550 so as not to leave too large a gap down to the Arc A380 , which only has eight Xe cores. Intel has an existing Arc A550M graphics card for laptops, which also has 16 Xe cores. However, this mobile graphics card has much slower GPU core clocks than the mystery GPU in CompuBench. Arc A550M part runs at up to 900 MHz and has a TGP of 60W. It’s accompanied by 8GB of 14GBps GDDR6 on a 128-bit bus for 224GBps of bandwidth. Compare these GPU clocks with the alleged desktop Arc A550, which also has 16 Xe cores (for 256 CUs). In the benchmark run, the desktop Arc A550’s GPU clocks appear to be much higher, at around 2,400–2,450 MHz. Unfortunately, CompuBench’s data doesn’t give us any key specs beyond benchmarking. CompuBench isn’t the most… Read full this story
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