Intel arc graphics cards are a few months away, likely to debut in the first quarter of 2022. However, the tech market is witnessing numerous leaks and rumors about the forthcoming chips in the path; on November 20, today, a characteristic display of Intel appeared in the Geekbench running score database that Intel has not yet revealed.
The OpenCL running score is quite similar to the NVIDIA RTX 2060; in parameters, Intel’s distinctive display features 512EU, boost frequency up to 2.1GHz, and comes with 12.7GB of video memory. The test platform is an Intel i5-9600K processor + 16GB DDR4-2666 memory. When it comes to the score, Intel’s distinctive display has bagged an OpenCL running score of 69,220 points, similar to the running score of RTX 2060, which is utterly based on Turing architecture.
Moreover, the running score might not portray the exact performance volume of this unique display. In addition, Intel has disclosed detailed information about its Arc Ruixuan series at the Architecture Day event in 2021.
The first generation is an Alchemist graphics card known as DG2, the first gaming graphics card drawn out of the Intel Xe-HPG microarchitecture. Intel promised that it could be something of the first step from the goliath chipmaker.
Intel’s Arc Ruixuan graphics products are based on the Xe HPG microarchitecture, which amalgamates the performance of Intel Xe LP, HP, and HPC microarchitectures. They will offer good expandability and computing efficiency through advanced graphics capabilities. Intel Arc graphics card will also embrace hardware based on ray tracing and artificial intelligence, which propels supersampling to offer full support for DirectX 12 Ultimate. Alchemist also comes about to be the first handout from Intel’s high-performance graphics card, Arc. Intel Arc Ruixuan’s first-generation Alchemist graphics card is all set to kick off in the first quarter of 2022.