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Intel Arc A580 tests leaked online


The Intel Arc A580 graphics card is the only remaining product in the Xe-HPG lineup that hasn’t had any performance numbers leaked, although that’s no longer the case. The graphics card benchmark is shown in the Ashes of The Singularity test, which proves it will be faster than the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 in this particular graphics test. So far, Intel has confirmed the Arc A770, Arc A750, and Arc A380 graphics cards, while their partners have also unveiled the Arc A310 entry-level design. This leaves only one Arc desktop card that has yet to be officially confirmed, and that is the Arc 5 A580. The Intel Arc 5 lineup is expected to include only one variant for now, the Arc A580. The graphics card is expected to feature 16 Xe cores (2048 ALUs) as well as 8GB of GDDR6 memory via a 128-bit bus interface.

The graphics card is expected to compete with the RTX 3050 and target the $200 to $299 segment with a TDP of 175W. It is likely that this variant will become one of the bestsellers if it is priced below $250 and close to $200, as it will bring the model closer to the RX 6500 XT, offering better performance and a more advanced feature set such as AV1, XeSS, improved capabilities ray tracing and more. In terms of performance itself, the Intel Arc A580 was tested in the Ashes of The Singularity test with an unknown 12th or 13th generation Intel processor with 16 cores. It performed well at the pre-set 1080p minimum resolution in the Vulkan API, averaging 95fps, which puts it on par with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060, which hits up to 96fps in the same test.

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