Hectic moments await the graphics card market in the last quarter. NVIDIA hosted an event where it introduced GeForce RTX 4000 series graphics cards and DLSS 3 technology. AMD, on the other hand, reported that Radeon RX 7000 graphics cards with RDNA 3 architecture will be announced on November 3. On the other hand, Intel is preparing for the launch of the Arc Alchemist series, albeit with a delay.
Pat Gelsinger, took a photo with the Arc A770 Limited Edition graphics card, which will be available for retail sale. The Intel CEO has confirmed that the company is currently preparing to launch the first batch of these cards. Unfortunately, he did not say when that would happen.
Intel has long delayed the launch of its Arc Alchemist desktop lineup. Obviously, the promises made by the company were not kept. We know that Intel’s problems are behind the delay. The blue team is stepping into the external GPU market for the first time. In this context, we can accept some delays as normal.
We have discussed in detail the technical features of the graphics cards of the Arc A5 and Arc A7 series. However, we are now waiting for the company to make a detailed announcement. It is also unknown when the sales will start. As we mentioned earlier, 13th Gen Raptor Lake processors will be introduced at the Innovation event on September 27. So Intel has a good chance to introduce new graphics cards. Thus, we can see important innovations on both the CPU and GPU fronts at the same time.