Intel wants to bring millions of Arc GPUs
Intel is working hard to find a way to a mission that could bring millions of Arc GPUs into the hands of PC gamers every year.
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There have been several external and internal factors that have affected the GPU industry over the past few years. External factors are the pandemic and cryptocurrency mining, while internal factors are the lack of components and reduced production capacity because of factory closures. Although most of these factors have been mitigated, there is still a whole situation going on by third-party sellers, and sometimes even sellers and manufacturers themselves who are trying to make a profit from the whole situation.
And while we have seen lately that things are improving and that prices are showing signs of improvement, we do not hope too much because this is exactly what happened a few months ago and prices have simply returned to the highest level, higher than before. As such, most PC gamers are now in a hopeless position.
Intel CEO Raja Koduri says that all that has been mentioned is definitely a big problem, not only for PC gamers but for the industry as a whole. He further states that Intel is working hard to find a way to a mission that could bring millions of Arc GPUs into the hands of PC gamers every year. This is a huge announcement, and if true, it may even be a hint that the Intel Arc GPU offering would be really good compared to other manufacturers. Arc offers the best gaming solutions. They present really good solutions on the site, important things they presented: Major Game Partnerships, Xe Super Sampling, Intel Deep Link and Xe HPG Micro-architecture. We expect Arc from Acer, Asus, Alienware, Clevo, Dell, Gigabyte, Hair, HP, Intel NUC, Lenovo, MSI, NEC and Samsung.
“Every game, gamer, and creator has a story, and every story has an Arc.”
At the same time, Intel has yet to launch its Arc GPU line, and the launch has already dragged on in recent months. It is stated that it will be launched in the first quarter of 2022, but we have already passed January and are entering February. The first chips will probably be aimed at laptops, and for desktops, they will come later, while the mention of performance shows that they are very competitive compared to AMD and NVIDIA offers, although we have yet to see the final performance. Having a third-party manufacturer would definitely ease supply for the rest of the market as demand remains strong, despite prices in absolute chaos, WccfTech reports.