Intel has decided to delay the launch of its first graphics cards for your family computers Arcwhich will not reach second quarter of 2022, while the professional versions until the third quarter. Last year the processor manufacturer unveiled Alchemist, its new Arc graphics brand, aimed at end users. By then, they assured that it would arrive in all its variants in the first quarter of 2022.
Now, the company announced that only Arc graphics cards for laptops will meet the launch window of the first quarter of the year, as Intel reported in a meeting with investors developed a few days ago.
In addition, arc graphics for computers delay their arrival until the second quarter of this yearwhile their equivalents for professionals will take even longer: until the third quarter.
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Intel assured its investors that its plans go through commercialize in the market more than 4 million graphics processing units (GPU) discreet in this year 2022.
The semiconductor manufacturer also disclosed the rest of its plans related to its graphics products. On the one hand, develops the architecture of a product known as Celestial, for “the most enthusiastic segment”. On the other hand, it revealed Project Endgame, which will allow users to access Intel Arc graphics as a service, to run processes with low latency.
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Intel provided more details on its roadmap of new technologies coming to its end-user processor families. The current context, where global sales of computers exceed 340 million units in 2021, 27% more than in 2019the brand expects that sector to “contribute significantly” to its growth.
One of its novelties is the new family of processors Raptor Lakewhich will provide performance improvements greater than 10% and improved ‘overclocking’ functions.
Intel’s Raptor Lake processors will go up to 24 cores and 32 threads, and will use the 7 nanometer process node, with hybrid architecture. They will also support Alder Lake.
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The next two computer chip families to be introduced are Meteor Lake and Arrow Lake, which will debut Intel 20A technology.
Intel expects the new products to improve the performance of the XPU, as well as the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and discrete GPUs. Meteor Lake will launch in 2023, while Arrow Lake in 2024.