Today, the upcoming Intel ARC DG2 GPU memory configuration of 16GB GDDR6 has been exposed online.
According to reports, the upcoming Arc DG2, codenamed Alchemist, is an Intel game-only graphics card that is expected to be introduced this year. The video memory data for the Arc DG2 discrete graphics have now been made fissures online.
The flagship 512EU version of the Arc DG2 includes 16GB GDDR6 video memory, the default speed can reach 16Gbps, the 256-bit bit width can achieve 512GB/s bandwidth, and the I/O voltage is 1.35V, according to Twitter blogger @9550pro.
The 384EU version features 12GB GDDR6 memory, a default speed of 16Gbps, a 192-bit bit width of 384GB/s bandwidth, and a 1.35V I/O voltage. The 256EU version includes 8GB GDDR6 memory, a default rate of 16Gbps, a 128-bit bit width capable of 256GB/s bandwidth, and a 1.35V I/O voltage. The most recent 96/128EU version includes 4GB GDDR6 memory, a default rate of 14Gbps, a 64-bit bit width capable of 112GB/s bandwidth, and a 1.25V I/O voltage.
The name of Intel’s graphics card has yet to be determined, but it is expected to be available in both a standalone and mobile version. Foreign media previously reported that the graphics card’s clock frequency can reach 2.5GHz and that its power output exceeds 225W.
Intel is an American-based multinational technology company. It is the world’s largest semiconductor chip producer in terms of sales, and the creator of the x86 series of microprocessors, which are used in the majority of personal computers.