Intel ARC A380, the first commercial dedicated GPU is just a week away from being released in the US market.
Intel’s move into the dedicated Graphics Card market had a rough start, being called “unoptimized” and “mediocre” at best by early reviews. Regardless, it will be released on 22 August in North America. Although the Arc A380 shows promise on the power consumption front, still has a hard time competing with AMD and NVIDIA mid-range cards in terms of frames per dollar criterion.
ASRock is one of the first board partners of Intel and is producing these cards with interesting sets of Features such as an attractive dual-slot cooling solution, multiple display ports and a single 8-Pin power connector.
|GPU Clock||2250 MHz|
|Memory Transfer Rate||15.5 Gbps (GDDR6 96-Bit BUS Width)|
|Output||3x Display Port v2.0 / 1x HDMI 2.0b|
|Power connector||1x 8-Pin PCI-E|