Intel, which has various problems with Intel Arc external graphics cards, has published a with the article together told the story of Arc GPUs. The post on the company’s website unfortunately doesn’t offer any new information, but Intel has a commitment on a release date.
According to Ryan Shrout of Intel, Arc Alchemist GPUs will reach gamers before the end of this year. The new cards will go on sale globally through retailers and PC manufacturers. It is also stated that the blue team will sell the cards through its own store.
Moving on, it’s said to offer “instant optimization support for drivers for key games.” We wrote that the expected DG2 graphics cards are underperforming in old APIs and games. The company is making improvements in this regard and with the Game On driver update, everything is planned to be ready by the end of this year. The chip manufacturer has also released an image of its flagship Arc A770 Limited Edition.
Long story short, Intel has delayed Arc graphics cards a lot, and the descriptions mean nothing to gamers. On the other hand, it was said that the XeSS amplification technology would be ready by the beginning of summer, but there is still no sound. NVIDIA and AMD will release their new architectures and graphics card models in the next few months. Let’s hope Intel isn’t too late.