Intel Arc: Alchemists in XeSS mood

The long-awaited Intel graphics solutions finally have an official release date. At October 12, A750 and A770, would be available in the consumer market. These are apparently great news. The third GPU player is officially on the game. Following the rather indifferent A380 and assuming that any Drivers issues are solved, Intel’s products seems quite interesting. Although they don’t hit the top spot of the competition, still target the typical consumer Market with great price considering the promised performance. The codenamed Alchemist series, are also utilize XeSS, Intel’s own A.I. Supersampling Technology. Would it be a  worthy opponent for Nvidia’s DLSS and AMD’s FSR? Well, this is something we should wait to see. For now, it is a rather welcome feature.

Intel Arc series come at three available flavours as already stated. The low end A380, the interesting A750 and their top (for now) A770 Graphics Cards. A770 is considered equivalent to an Nvidia 3070 card, but at a much better price. This is definitely a plus. Want to know more about Intel’s Arc? Just keep reading.

Intel Arc at a glance


  • Release date: June 2022.
  • 2000Mhz Boost Clock with 1024 GPU shaders.
  • Ray Tracing support with 8 RT Cores.
  • PCIe x8 4.0.
  • TDP: 75W.
  • MSRP: $139


  • Release date: October 12, 2022.
  • 28 Xe-Cores available with 3584 GPU shaders.
  • 2050Mhz Boost Clock.
  • Ray Tracing support.
  • PCIe x16 4.0.
  • TDP: 225W.
  • MSRP: $289.


  • Release date: October 12, 2022.
  • 32 Xe-Cores available with 4096 GPU shaders.
  • 2100Mhz Boost Clock.
  • 16GB GDDR6 VRAM.
  • Ray Tracing support. Intel promises about 65 per cent better than the competition. This is something we should wait to see if will be true.
  • PCIe x16 4.0.
  • TDP: 225W.
  • MSRP: $329.


Intel Graphics cards are almost finally here. There were many problems that they seem to overcome like availability, Drivers issues, etc. But now, they are here and most likely appear to stay. They don’t try to impress or try to dethrone Nvidia from the Top Spot, but still are decent products coming at a decent price. Third player is on the game and these are great news. The GPU future seems promising.

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