Intel's new Arc A310 graphics card has just been teased on the official Intel website, with some specifications on Intel's new entry-level desktop Arc GPU.
The specifications for the Intel Arc A310 point to the entry-level GPU featuring 6 Xe-Cores clocked at either 2100MHz or 2000MHz -- as there's some conflicting information here -- with Intel making the Arc A310 graphics card on TSMC's N6 process node.
Intel's entry-level Arc A310 graphics car has 4GB of GDDR6 memory clocked at 15.5Gbps on a 64-bit memory bus, with up to 124GB/sec of memory bandwidth and a 75W TDP. Intel's own website says that the Arc A310 launches in Q3 2022, meaning we only have a couple of days left for that to happen or someone is going to have to go in and ninja-edit that entry.
We should expect Intel's new Arc A310 to be in a low-profile form factor, where we've previously seen a pre-production Intel Arc A310 graphics card back in July. It was a tiny little card with a dual-fan cooler and what looks to be a single-slot design, and even now we still don't know when it will be launching... given the Q3 2022 launch on Intel's own website.
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Later in the month of July 2022, we saw MSI teasing its new gaming PCs with an "Intel Arc A310 LP" graphics card, with more on that above.