Intel Arc A310 Desktop Graphics Card with 6 Xe-Cores and 4GB VRAM Quietly Goes Official
Superfast Gaming Experience with Arc A310 GPU
Intel’s ARC Alchemist A310 graphics card is based on the TSMC N6 node, featuring six Xe cores. Intel has been quite subtle about the release of this GPU, and it was merely spotted on Intel’s official website. It is expected that this graphics card will not appear on retail shelves, including physical or digital; rather, Intel’s partners are more likely to be using entry-level graphics cards for low-budget desktop PCs.
Intel’s ARC 310 is based on a TSMC N6 node, with six Xe cores clocked out at 2000MHz with 4GB of GDDR6 memory that runs at 15.5 GB/s, followed by a bandwidth of 124 GB/s. It further supports around four external displays with compatibility of HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 2.0. further, as far as the interface is concerned, A310 supports PCIe Gen5 4.0 x16. The 64-bit memory interface can operate efficiently at 75W TDP.
Moreover, Intel ARC GPU cannot power modern PC games; instead, it is used for PCs that lack integrated graphic cards. Although Arc 310, compared to ARC 770, which usually competes with Nvidia RTX 3060, and AMD RX 6000 series, features 32 XE cores with 16GB memory followed by support for XeSS, the A310 graphics card is best used for built-in customized PCs. But it can match the performance of some of the integrated AMD RDNA 2 GPUs.
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Intel ARC A310 GPU Specifications:
Following are the features officially announced on Intel’s website:
|Product Collection||Intel® Arc A-Series Graphics|
|Code Name||Products formerly Alchemist|
|Ray Tracing Units||6|
|Intel Xe Matrix Extensions (Intel XMX) Engines||96|
|Xe Vector Engines||96|
|Graphics Clock||2000 MHz|
|PCI Express Configurations ‡||Up to PCI Express 4.0 x8 (x16 slot required)|
|Memory Size||4 GB|
|Graphics Memory Interface||64 Bit|
|Graphics Memory Speed||15.5 GB/s|
|Generation||Alchemist (Arc 3)|
Intel Arc 310 Release Date
The news of the A310 release was announced by Intel through their official website, along with its launch. The low-profile desktop GPU is expected to be launched in Q3 2022, usually sometime in October. Whether you want to build a custom gaming PC or buy a pre-built RIG, the Arc A310 is the game changer for content creators and PC enthusiastic.
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