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Intel Arc Discrete Graphics is coming soon in more than 50 PC designs

Intel in itsCES 2022The keynote speech revealed about its highly anticipatedArc discrete graphicsMore information. According to Intel, the main announcement is that the product is indeed shipping, “marking a new era in the discrete graphics market.”

Intel said that more than 50 new mobile and desktop designs will use Intel Arc graphics, including products from Acer, Asus, Clevo, Dell, Gigabyte, Haier, HP, Samsung, Lenovo, MSI and NEC.

This includes most of the big players in the PC field, which bodes well for Intel. The company did not provide more information about these machine types, although it did mention in its press release that Arc graphics will bring “exciting moments for gamers and creators.”

One of the PCs with Intel Arc graphics announced at the 2022 International Consumer Electronics Show isAcer Swift X 16 . This is a thin and light ultrabook, known for getting a lot of performance from a fairly small and reasonably priced small machine. It is a good candidate for Intel Arc processing—according to how Acer is configured, it can be compared with the mobile Nvidia RTX 3050 Ti.

Other Arc Graphics-equipped notebooks announced by Intel include Alienware x17 and Lenovo Yoga.

Although Intel is launching this new product, many technical details of Intel Arc have not yet been confirmed.

Intel did announce its upgrade technologyXeSSSupport PC gamesDeath Stranding Director’s Cut .

Intel claims that it continues to see increased adoption of XeSS by game studios. So far, the list of studios dedicated to supporting the technology includes 505 Games, Codemaster, EXOR Studios, Fishlabs, hashbane, IOI, Illfonic, Kojima Productions, Massive Work Studio, PUBC Studios, Techland, Ubisoft and Wonder People.

XeSS is Intel vs. Nvidia DLSS (Deep learning super sampling)‘S response, It uses AI-enhanced upgrades to increase the frame rate of the game.

Intel also detailed the advantages of using both Intel processors and Intel graphics. This is a technology called Intel Deep Link, which has been used in integrated Intel graphics systems since 2020. Deep Link helps these two components work together more efficiently through features such as power sharing, faster video encoding, and AI-enabled image and video workloads.

Intel stated that the combination of “compatible” Intel Core CPUs and Intel Arc graphics will bring “new features and better performance.”

The first example of this feature is Deep Link Hyper Encode, which allows integrated graphics and discrete graphics to work at the same time to accelerate the encoding of a single video stream. Blackmagic Design has announced support for Deep Link Hyper Encode in DaVinci Resolve software.

“We are very happy to now optimize DaVinci Resolve for the latest Intel Arc graphics and next-generation Quick Sync video technology,” said Rohit Gupta, DaVinci’s Director of Software Engineering.

The Intel Arc graphics card still has a long way to go, especially given the dominance of Nvidia and the increasing challenges from AMD and Apple. Obviously, Intel is slowly building support for its partners to ensure the success of these new graphics cards. We just hope to hear about the missing technical details of these new graphics cards as soon as possible. As Intel said in the past, they will be launched in the first quarter of 2022.

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