The first Intel Arc notebook, Acer Swift X 2022 by the Taiwanese multinational hardware and electronics corporation, has been exposed online, equipped with a 14-inch display and 12-generation Core.
The Videocardz news, a foreign media, reported today that the Taiwanese electronics giant new notebook Swift X would be the first Intel new generation of the independent display.
Reports revealed that the Acer Swift X will have a 14-inch display, a 12-generation Core low-voltage processor, and a DG2 128EU unique display. Arc A350 may be the name of this one-of-a-kind show.
This 128EU (1024 stream processor) DG2 graphics card has a long-term operating power consumption of 35W for PL1 and short-term operating power consumption of 50W for PL2, according to the manufacturer, and has the same performance as the NVIDIA RTX 2050.
According to the sources, the Intel DG2-128 memory characteristics are currently unknown. There are 96bit 6GB and 64bit 4GB.
Intel introduced Intel Ruixuan, a new line of high-performance graphics solutions, in August of last year. Officially, the first-generation Intel Ruixuan high-performance graphics product code-named Alchemist will support DirectX 12 Ultimate with hardware-based ray tracing and artificial intelligence-driven supersampling.
By the first quarter of 2022, the first generation of Alchemist graphics cards (DG2) based on the Xe HPG micro-architecture are expected to be available.
The Acer Swift X is known in China as the Legend X, and the current edition is equipped with RTX 3050 series graphics cards. This notebook is 1.39kg in weight and 17.9mm thick. According to reports, the Acer Swift X 2022 will ditch the round hole charging port in favor of a USB-C charger. The PD 3.1 protocol is expected to be supported.
The Taiwanese multinational hardware and electronics corporation, Acer, is an avante-garde gaming rig that skyrocketed its innovation score to new heights. The company lavished eye-catching new features on its gaming battlestations, such as futuristic sliding keyboards and revolving displays.