With CES 2022 just minutes away, Twitter user @momomo_us revealed leaked specs for the newest Intel Arc A380 desktop GPU. This new GPU is expected to be Intel’s next entry-level discrete GPU using the Xe-HPG gaming architecture.
Intel Arc A380 discrete graphics card leaked ahead of Intel CES 2022 announcements
@Momomo_us’ post was posted just a few hours ago, stating the model as well as the number of FP32 shader units, execution units, increased clock speed, memory allocation, and L2 cache.
Intel Arc A380 Graphics (1024SP 128C 2.45GHz, 1MB L2, 4.8GB)
– 188 (@momomo_us) January 3, 2022
The Twitter user discovered this new information from benchmarks on SiSoftware’s Sandra benchmarking software. The Intel A380 discrete gaming GPU is now confirmed to offer new leaks from SiSoftware that seem to confirm that this desktop part will feature 1024 FP32 shader units or 128 execution units. The VideoCardz website further confirms that with this new leak there will also be a weaker Arc Alchemist GPU, the A350, which will showcase a smaller DG2-128EU discrete graphics card, offering 96EU.
Through various benchmarks using SiSoftware tools, it demonstrated that the Intel Arc A380 is more than what could be considered an entry-level discrete GPU and could have the potential to achieve performance levels as high as range. medium. The leak also shows that the tests were recently run, processed only a few days ago, and it is unknown when the drivers were originally created.
In the screenshot below, we can see that the Intel Arc A380 receives an average score of 2869.72 Mpix / s in the General Purpose (GP) GPU rendering test. This places Intel’s new graphics card between NVIDIA’s RTX 3050 Ti graphics processors and RTX 3050 laptop graphics processors when it comes to performance.
It is speculated that the unknown series Intel Arc A3XX will use the same architecture as the DG2-128EU graphics card. VideoCardz claims that this could suggest that Intel will use parts based on a more premium 512EU GPU and that the cards will possibly adopt the nickname A5XX or A7XX.
Discrete Alchemist GPU configurations based on Intel Xe-HPG:
|GPU variant||Graphics card variant||GPU dies||Execution units||Shading units (cores)||Memory capacity||Memory speed||Memory bus||TGP|
|Xe-HPG 512EU||ARC A780?||Alchemist-512EU||512 EU||4096||Up to 32/16 GB GDDR6||18/16/14 Gbps||256 bits||~ 225W (desktop computers)
|Vehicle-HPG 384EU||ARC A750?||Alchemist-512EU||384 EU||3072||Up to 12GB GDDR6||16/14 Gbps||192 bits||150-200W (desktop computers)
|Vehicle-HPG 256EU||ARC A580?||Alchemist-512EU||256 EU||2048||Up to 8GB GDDR6||16/14 Gbps||128 bit||60-80W (laptops)|
|Xe-HPG 128EU||ARC A380?||Alchemist-128EU||128 EU||1024||Up to 6GB GDDR6||16/14 Gbps||96 bits||~ 75W (desktop computers)|
|Xe-HPG 128EU||ARC A350?||Alchemist-128EU||128 EU||1024||Up to 4GB GDDR6||16/14 Gbps||64 bit||35-50W (laptops)|
|Vehicle-HPG 96EU||ARC A330?||Alchemist-128EU||86 EU||768||Up to 4GB GDDR6||16/14 Gbps||64 bit||~ 35W (laptops)|
Intel, along with many other companies, will make announcements throughout the week. Intel will have their press conference later today, where we will hear more about the newest lines of Intel Arch GPUs.
Sources: SiSoftware via @momomo_us, VideoCardz