Following the mobile GPU, the company also announced branded desktop graphics. At the event, the official design of one of the future new products was revealed, as well as the timing of its appearance on the market.
The Intel Arc Alchemist video card presented in an advertising teaser differs from the prototypes previously shown by insiders. It is made in a classic design with two fans, three DisplayPort connectors and one HDMI. Based on the ACM-G10 GPU, the new product will have 32 Xe cores and 16 GB of GDDR6 video memory, according to the source.
Judging by the “Limited Edition” prefix, this is probably a reference model that will be released in a limited edition. A similar release scheme is used by other brands, whose products are mainly manufactured by OEM partners. However, Intel itself does not explain the meaning of this phrase. Another curious fact is the absence of a visible power connector on the demonstrated video card.
The teaser also reports that the model presented in it will be available in the summer, but the company has not yet disclosed the exact date for the start of sales and the price of the upcoming new product.