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The wait is almost over, Intel says its first Arc discrete GPUs will ship this year

By Kenny Yeo - on 18 Feb 2022, 9:38am

The wait is almost over, Intel says its first Arc discrete GPUs will ship this year

(Image source: Intel)

Intel has just revealed that its long-awaited consumer discrete graphics cards are finally ready and start shipping this year.

It said that its discrete Arc graphics for notebooks, codenamed Alchemist, will ship in the first quarter of this year, followed by add-in cards for desktops in the second quarter of the year. Finally, Intel said that its solutions for workstations will ship in the third quarter. 

Additionally, Intel also shared that architecture work has begun on Celestial, a product that will address the ultra-enthusiast market.

Intel also announced a service called "Project Endgame" which, it says, "will enable users to access Intel Arc GPUs through a service for an always-accessible, low-latency computing experience."

Details are scarce around this service but it sounds like it will allow users to rent GPUs in the cloud much like NVIDIA's GeForce Now service. The only thing Intel said about Project Endgame is that it will be available later this year.

Source: Intel

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