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Intel has presented its new graphics brand targeting end consumers, Intel Arc, which will range from ‘hardware’ to ‘software’ and services and will reach the first products in the first quarter of 2022.
The new brand of high-performance graphics, as described by Intel in a statement, will span multiple generations of ‘hardware’ and reach both laptops as well as desktop devices.
Intel Xe is a scalable computing and graphics architecture designed for high performance, according to Intel, and ranges from the Integrated to discrete cards, and from data centers to supercomputers.
Upcoming Intel Arc Graphics products are based on the microarquitectura Xe HPG, a convergence of Intel’s Xe LP, HP, and HPC microarchitectures that will deliver compute efficiency and scalability with advanced graphics capabilities.
The first generation of Intel Arc products, codenamed Alchemist (formerly DG2), will feature ray tracing based on ‘hardware’ and super sampling based on artificial intelligence, and will offer compatibility with DirectX 12 Ultimate.
Intel has also revealed the code names of future generations under its new Arc brand: Battlemage, Celestial y Druid.
Intel’s long-term vision is “to offer frictionless content creation and gaming experiences to gamers and creators around the world, offering them innovation and hardware options along with open and accessible software tools,” said the American company. , that expects the first Intel Arc products to arrive in the first quarter of 2022.