The Intel ARC A370M graphics card has just appeared in the BAPCO database. This is an example of a mobile model, which is one of many that will eventually hit the market in the form of laptops covering the entire spectrum of performance levels.
The Intel ARC A370M graphics card has appeared in the database
The Intel ARC A370M graphics card was revealed in the company with the Intel Core i7-12800H processor, offering 14 cores and 20 threads and working with DDR5-4800 memory. The test does not reveal anything about the card itself, but confirms its existence and the name that suggests belonging to the least efficient models in Intel’s plans.
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Most likely, the ARC A370M will be on offer over the A350M, exceeding it by 32 EU (Execution Units), because their number will be 128 and 96 EU respectively for these models. Both will be connected with two 2 GB GDDR6 chips with a speed of 14 Gb / s, which in combination with a 64-bit bus will translate into a bandwidth of 112 GB / s.
As far as we know, these GPUs will offer performance levels of GA107 and Navi 24, and will debut on the market at the end of this quarter, i.e. around March.