Raja Koduri, Head of Accelerated Computing Systems and Graphics Group at Intel, participated in the live broadcast of a YouTuber named DrLupo. The manager of the blue team talked about Arc Alchemist screenshots during the sponsored interview and even co-opted the current broadcast with the Intel-based system. It also confirmed that the hardware has passed the beta stage.
Arc Alchemist kardollarsar has been sent to partners who are actively providing feedback and tesdollarser is being made. In other words, the products that will go on retail sale are not ready at the moment. Coderi also confirmed that Intel is not only working on multiple hardware generations (Batdollarsemage, Celestial, and Druid), but also on different software layers. For example, a user will be able to remotely access a computer to try Cyberpunk 2077 on his friend’s external Arc graphics card with the developed feature. This kind of cloud native gaming feature won’t come to Intel GPUs in 2022, but the future roadmap is such plans.
So when will Arc Alchemist be with us? Coderi, a senior at Intel, said that TSMC is already producing Arc GPUs and that the production woes are not temporary. As you know, Intel currently has no discrete graphics cards and has zero GPU market share. That’s why the company wants to build a base first.
According to the blue team, mining couples are definitely not among Intel’s core plans. Interestingly, Koduri confirmed that Intel is developing hardware solutions for blockchain operations, but these should not be confused with GPUs.
It seems unlikely that Intel will move towards multi-GPU designs with the first generation Arc Alchemist. During the interview, Koduri was asked a question about the color of kardollarsar. The official, on the other hand, said that if he decides, the cards may be yellow and blue. But if you remember, we’ve seen the engineering example kardollaryel clad in black and silver, so it’s likely that the blue Alchemist kardollarsar won’t be released.