With its own high-end desktop GPUs for gaming, Intel is taking on Nvidia and AMD. Intel Arc GPUs are yet to be announced, but they are slated to debut later this year with performance comparable to Nvidia’s RTX 3070 Ti.
Ayxerious, a Twitter tipster, has now seen the new Intel GPU in a short video clip. The GPU is taken out of the package and briefly displayed from various perspectives in the video. The “Intel” logo is clearly seen in the video.
According to the Twitter user, he has no idea where this video came from. Take a look at the video below.
According to the video, the GPU will have three DisplayPorts (2.0) and a single HDMI port, as well as a multi-slot and dual fan design. 512 EUs are predicted on this graphics card.
Aside from this video, the Intel Arc GPU was recently spotted in a leaked photograph of the video card’s back. We can see that the PCB includes eight GDDR6 memory modules and ten VRM phases if we look attentively. The back design is likewise similar to the one featured in the video.
Simply put, this is one of Intel’s higher-end GPUs, intended to compete with the RTX 3070 Ti. The release date for Intel’s forthcoming graphics cards is yet uncertain, but we’ll keep you updated as soon as we learn more.