GUNNIR launched the Arc A380 graphics card with MXM interface

Recently, GUNNIR launched a new Arc A380 graphics card, the product model is LM-A380-6G. Different from the Intel Arc brand Alchemist (DG2) discrete graphics card of Intel Arc brand for desktop platforms in the past, this graphics card uses the MXM interface, which can be used in all-in-one PCs, industrial computers, and notebook computers.

MXM is jointly formulated by Nvidia and a number of notebook computer manufacturers. It is a device interface designed based on the PCI-Express interface and compatible communication protocols and is mainly aimed at GPUs used in notebook computers. For manufacturers, it can shorten the product design cycle and provide different levels of MXM graphics cards. Users can replace/upgrade the MXM graphics card by themselves according to their own needs, without having to replace the entire laptop.


In recent years, as notebook computers have become thinner and lighter, and the integration level has become higher and higher, MXM graphics cards have become less and less. The latest generation of GPUs from Nvidia and AMD seem to have little interest in the MXM interface, and manufacturers are more willing to directly solder the GPU to the motherboard. The MXM 3.1 version launched by GUNNIR this time, the Arc A380 graphics card, after all, uses a new GPU, which is a bit surprising.

The MXM module used in this graphics card supports the PCIe 4.0 standard, and the Intel ACM-G11 chip equipped with it has 8 Xe cores or 1024 stream processors based on the Xe-HPG architecture. The base clock is 2000 MHz, equipped with two complete Xe media engines, which can support hardware codecs in VP9, ​​AVC, HEVC, and AV1 formats, and a 4-channel Xe display engine, equipped with 96-bit GDDR6 memory, with a rate of 15.5 Gbps, memory bandwidth of 186 GB/s, power consumption of 50W (up to 75W).

Gunnir’s Arc A380 6GB MXM 3.1 Type-A modules are currently available from and Taobao for ¥1999 CNY – ¥2199 CNY ($260 – $286 without VAT).

Via: tomshardware