Intel announced its new Arc Alchemist Mobile GPUs today, with a duo of Arc GPUs now called the ACM-G10 and ACM-G11... with some more details on the ACM-G10 GPU now here.
The new Intel ACM-G10 GPU used to be called the DG2-512EU, with the chip rocking 21.7 billion transistors and measures in at 406mm2 in size. This means Intel's new ACM-G10 is larger not just NVIDIA's mid-range GA104 GPU but also AMD's new mid-range Navi 22 GPU.
NVIDIA's mid-range GA102 GPU has 17.4 billion transistors and 392mm2 die size, while AMD's mid-range Navi 22 GPU has 17.2 billion transistors and a size size of 336mm2. Intel is using the TSMC 6N process node for its new Arc GPUs, while AMD taps TSMC N7 and NVIDIA with Samsung 8N.
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Moving onto the smaller Arc GPU, the ACM-G11 has just 7.2 billion transistors in comparison -- 21.7B on the ACM-G10 -- and a 157mm2 die. The lower-end ACM-G11 will compete against Navi 24 and GA107 GPUs from AMD and NVIDIA, respectively.
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