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This is Intel graphics for laptops: will they be able to move your games?

There will be 5 entry models where only two will arrive immediately, while the remaining three are left for early summer for reasons that we do not know, but even so, it seems that the blue giant will arrive stepping harder than expected. Can they really compete with NVIDIA and AMD in this sector?

Intel ARC Alchemist Mobile, all its features leaked

The models receive the following names: A350M, A370M, A550M, A730M and A770Mwhere as we say only the first two will be available from tomorrow and with quite interesting features.

First of all we have to know that the internal code names follow the following structure: ACM-GXX, where for now we only find two segmented chips in the 5 previously named models: ACM-G10 and ACM-G11.

The first two lower-end graphics cards will use the ACM-G11, while the three fastest are included within the same chip as the ACM-G10, thus reducing the number of patterns and masks per chip and making them cheaper for the giant blue.

That said, the numbers of the 5 models are surprising, because starting with the Intel ARC A770M we have a whopping 32 Cores Xe (4,096 shaders) spread over no less than 512 EUs at a surprising frequency of 1,650MHz. accompany you 16GB of GDDR6 with a bus 256 bitwhich should give a good final bandwidth, although we do not know this data since the speed of said memory has not been filtered.

In any case, the TGP of this graphics card rises from what 120 watts up to 150 wattsso we could find ourselves before a situation equal to the one used by NVIDIA for its RTX 30 Mobile where it is the manufacturer who selects the consumption to adjust the power in this way.

The high, mid and low mid range is very complete

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What is surprising about Intel is how complete its graphics cards will be, since although the largest seems to compete head-to-head with its rivals, the rest of the range seems to be trying to assault the throne. Thus, the ARC A730M integrates 24 Xe cores divided into 384 US that they throw 3072 shaders at a frequency of 1.1 GHz. The surprise here comes with nothing less than 12GB of GDDR6 attached to a 192-bit bus to finally give a TGP of between 80 and 120 watts.

The inferior and last sibling to use the ACM-G10 chip takes performance down a notch with 16 Xe in 256 EU (2,048 Shaders) for 900MHz of frequency in its cores, 8 GB of GDDR6, 128 Bits of memory bus and only between 60 and 80 Watt TGP. Now yes, turn for the two models that make up the ACM-G11: the ARC A370M and ARC A350M.

The first integrates no less than 8 Xe divided into 128 EU, 1,024 shadersa surprising frequency of 1,550MHz4 GB of GDDR6 in 64 bits and a TGP from 35 to 50 watts, always configurable. The youngest of the sisters and the latest model in power lowers these data to 6 Xe in 96 EU and 768 shaders, 1,150MHz4GB GDDR6, 64 bit and between 25 to 35 watts.

As the last data to place the ranges by performance, it seems that Intel points to 1080p and 60fps with medium settings with the A3xx series, so the higher ranges could point to higher FPS rates or even high or ultra settings in games, as well as higher resolutions such as 2K at quite considerable frames per second given that we are talking about gaming laptops .

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