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Intel ARC – the manufacturer announces the appearance of graphics cards. NVIDIA DLSS Competition Show Later This Week

Intel ARC - the manufacturer announces the appearance of graphics cards.  NVIDIA DLSS Competition Show Later This WeekYesterday, Intel announced a new designation for its graphics cards based on the Xe-HPG architecture. We are talking about ARC systems – there are currently plans for four generations, the first of which, Alchemist, will appear in desktop and laptop computers in early 2022. The next generations – Battlemage, Celestial and Druid will be released in the coming years. The announcement of a new name for graphic cards marks the beginning of a marketing campaign that begins this week. In the coming days, we’ll hear more about the architecture itself and the capabilities of the GPU. It could be one of the hottest premieres in our industry in the coming months. Intel as a huge company has the potential to start the graphics card market, as long as the systems are available without any problems for all comers.

During the light show, which used 1,000 LED-equipped drones, it was revealed what Intel ARC graphics cards could look like. It will be a dual-fan design, very similar to what Moore’s Law is Dead revealed a few months ago.

Intel ARC - the manufacturer reveals the appearance of its graphics cards.  NVIDIA DLSS Competition Show Later This Week [1]

Intel ARC – The manufacturer reveals the first details about its graphics cards to gamers. For the first time in early 2022

One of the elements that started the marketing campaign for Intel ARC graphics cards was the visual display, which used a total of 1,000 drones with LED lights. Among the many designs (including Xe engineering logo, laptop, and ARC branding), there is also a pattern that presents the look of graphics cards. For now, this is just a first look at what Intel ARC chips are supposed to look like. We hope to receive more specific renders or official images of the GPU in the coming days. However, the pattern presented by the drones is very similar to what Moore’s Law is Dead showed a few months ago. It is a design with 2 fans and 9 blades. We’re very curious whether the final design will preserve the dim colors of the engineering version, or whether Intel will decide to create a high-contrast color card for the casing.

Intel ARC - the manufacturer reveals the appearance of its graphics cards.  NVIDIA DLSS Competition Show Later This Week [2]

Intel ARC - the manufacturer reveals the appearance of its graphics cards.  NVIDIA DLSS Competition Show Later This Week [3]

Intel ARC - the manufacturer reveals the appearance of its graphics cards.  NVIDIA DLSS Competition Show Later This Week [4]

Intel Xe-HPG – The manufacturer prepares for the first presentation of a new micro-architecture for DG2 graphics cards

At the same time, Intel presented to the media another important news, directly related to NVIDIA DLSS. As you know, the manufacturer of GeForce cards uses artificial intelligence algorithms to rebuild the image. A solution from Intel will work in a similar way. This is an announcement by the company that it has decided to separate it from displaying the Xe-HPG architecture itself and prepare another announcement. Intel’s Anton Kaplanyan revealed that its design using advanced artificial intelligence algorithms is to deliver high image quality and a noticeable increase in performance. Later this week, Intel is expected to announce details of the image reconstruction technology. According to unofficial information, this solution is called “XeSS”. Here, in turn, we are curious whether the manufacturer will decide to add specialized modules to speed up AI-based calculations (such as Tensor Cores in NVIDIA cards), or whether to use regular modules.

Intel ARC - the manufacturer reveals the appearance of its graphics cards.  NVIDIA DLSS Competition Show Later This Week [5]

Intel ARC - the manufacturer reveals the appearance of its graphics cards.  View NVIDIA DLSS Contest Later This Week [6]

Source: VideoCardz, Intel

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