Considering how often we're seeing Intel Arc Alchemist GPUs being tested in benchmarks, an official launch shouldn't be too far off. This time around, a leaker found two new benchmark results for the Intel Arc A380 (desktop) and the A370M (mobile) GPUs, giving us an interesting look at performance.
Leaker @TUM_APISAK found new benchmark results for Intel's upcoming desktop and laptop GPUs on the SiSoftware benchmark, including half-float, single-float, double-float and quad-float computational performance results. On average, the desktop graphics card outperformed the laptop GPU by 23%.
– A380 A370M
Half-float GP 12,948 10,612
Single-float GP 6,389 5,208
Double-float GP 312 250
Quad-float GP 33 27https://t.co/nMVoFRxHMp
**ID is misreport (mixed with UHD 770)** pic.twitter.com/wdXoolh4Cv
— APISAK (@TUM_APISAK) February 4, 2022
Compared with what we have now, these GPUs seem to offer a similar level of performance to the Nvidia GTX 1650 series. However, these Intel cards are expected to support Intel XeSS upscaling technology, while Nvidia's GTX 16-series does not support DLSS, which could result in better gaming performance in supported titles on Intel's GPUs.
The A380 and A370M have leaked previously via a specification table showing the different memory configurations Intel will be using for its Arc GPUs. Currently, the A380 and A370M are expected to ship with 4GB of GDDR6 memory clocked at 14Gbps running across a 64-bit memory bus. Intel is expected to launch the first Arc Alchemist GPUs this quarter, with mobile graphics coming first, and desktop cards arriving later in the year.
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