Intel celebrates the release of the Arc brand with 1,000 drones
Intel released their own discrete graphics card brand Arc yesterday, and the first product will be the Alchemist graphics card (DG2) based on the Xe-HPG microarchitecture, and in the evening, Intel held a special event with 1,000 drones performing to celebrate the release of the Intel Arc brand. The drone is composed of various shapes, including brand logos, laptops, and a dual-fan desktop graphics card.
The graphics card they showed is actually almost the same as the DG2-512EU graphics card exposed by Moore’s Law is Dead in April. The design is very similar, and the number of fan blades is also 9.
DG2-512EU is the highest-end model of Intel’s Alchemist graphics card. It is configured with 16GB of GDDR6 memory and has a bit width of 256 bits. Its 512 EUs are divided into 4 groups, each group has 128 EUs, and each EU group of the Xe architecture has 8 stream processors, which means that DG2-512EU has 4096 stream processors.