Intel released the junior Arc A3xx cards, promised to release the older Arc A7xx very soon, but seemed to have forgotten about the intermediate model Arc A580. But today we have little information about her.
Thanks to CompuBench software, we can now confidently say that this adapter has 384 Xe-Vector cores. That is 24 Xe-Core cores or 3072 FP32 blocks, which are usually listed as blocks in AMD and Nvidia cards.
The software also says that the GPU frequency of this card is 2100 MHz. In the OpenCL test, Arc A580 is 55% faster than Arc A380, but with a threefold difference in the number of execution units, the result looks strange, so it is probably better not to consider it.
When the Arc A580 will be released, we can only guess. According to available data, the card will receive 8 GB of memory and a 128-bit bus.