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Intel Arc Alchemist mobile GPU leak reveals Arc 3, Arc 5 and Arc 7 specs

As the debut of the Arc Alchemist GPU approaches, a leaked table showing the specifications of Intel Arc Alchemist mobile gaming GPUs has appeared online. In this table, you can see the specifications of five different SKUs, as well as the release period for each of them.

According to the table shared by VideoCardz, Intel will be releasing five new SKUs distributed across three different series. First, we have the Arc 3 series aimed at entry-level systems and includes the A350M and A370M. Then, there's the Arc 5 series for mid-range systems, which only features the A550M. Lastly, the Arc 7 series has the A730M and the A770M.

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Starting with the Arc 3 series, the A350M and the A370M will pack 4GB of GDDR6 memory across a 64-bit memory bus. The A350M will pack 6 Xe-cores clocked at 1150MHz and 6 ray tracing units, featuring a 25-35W TGP. On the A370M, specifications are slightly better, featuring 8 Xe-cores at 1550MHz and 8 ray tracing units, all in a 35-50W package.

Moving on to the Arc 5 series, the A550M packs 16 Xe-cores and 16 ray tracing units. This mobile GPU's clock frequency is set at a relatively modest 900MHz, and the TDP is set at 60-80W. Moreover, there are 8GB of GDDR6 memory on a 128-bit memory bus.

The Arc 7 series features the 24-core A730M and the 32-core A770M. The first features 24 ray tracing units, a clock frequency of 1100MHz and 12GB of GDDR6 memory on a 192-bit memory bus. As for the latter, it comes clocked at 1650MHz and packs 32 ray tracing units and 16GB of GDDR6 memory through a 256-bit memory bus. The A730M's TDP varies between 80W and 120W, while the A770M's range is 120-150W.

As per the slide, the Intel Arc 3 series will launch immediately after the publication of the presentation, possibly later today. The Arc 5 and 7 series mobile GPUs are coming in early summer.

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KitGuru says: Intel's mobile GPU line-up is finally on the way, although we will be waiting a few more months to see the top-end GPUs in action, assuming this leak is accurate. 

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