Intel Introduces Arc Pro GPUs

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    The once CPU-only company has introduced a new line of professional GPUs to complement its existing Arc line. Arc Pro cards are aimed at people who use their graphics cards for more than just shooting...

    Intel Introduces Arc Pro GPUs
     
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    LEEc337 Member Guru

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    PRO CARDS you've not got your gamin cards out yet, ambitious
     
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    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    Ah, that's probably what they thought would make them rich, the mining uhm pro cards.
     
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    Looking at the specs, these are just the A380 level cards in a Pro sleeve. Not extremely exciting if you are looking for a decent Workstation card. Performance-wise these are no better than the cheapest NVIDIA Workstation cards from last generation.
     

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    It would take me quite some time before I stop using Quadro cards for these. When you build a workstation, stability is key, and I far from trust the current Intel hardware/drivers.
     
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    waiting to se the amazing intel opencl and opengl drivers :D
     
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    They haven't sorted out the launch of the consumer cards, but are already announcing more products!
     
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    So cute, imagine if they work.
     
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    Why would you use a dual-slot blower fan on a 50-75W card?
     
  10. Alessio1989

    Alessio1989 Ancient Guru

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    was intel ever being good with its own cooling solutions?
     
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    schmidtbag Ancient Guru

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    Fair point... I should've thought of that haha.
     
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    i guess with the AV1 encoder they could sell it to use it as a video "cooprocessor", i'm not sure it is a good selling point, any way i hope ARC to become a thing eventualy
     
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    Genu ineI ntel ;)
     
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    Mufflore Ancient Guru

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    Will these work?
     
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    sykozis Ancient Guru

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    They only seem to really be having issues with gaming at this point. The A380 seems to perform quite well, for what it is, in production-oriented tasks when Windows doesn't screw up the drivers. I still find it hard to recommend these cards for any production environment though. Unless you absolutely have to have AV1 support, I think most people would be better served by Quardo cards. There's also a good chance that NVidia will add AV1 support before Intel gets anything out the door that's actually viable.....
     

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