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Intel announces its Arc Pro A40 and Arc Pro A50 GPUs

Intel announced today the expansion of its family of Arc Alchemist GPUs with a branch for professional use, these are the Intel ArcProwhich make their debut with only two models: the InteArc A50 and the InternetArc A40.

Intel Arc Pro A50

Although the information offered is very scarce, we only know that the Arc Pro A50 arrives with a desEsports Extrasthat occupies two PCI slots offering computational performance of 4.80 TFLOPs FP32 with access to 8 Ray Trace cores, 6GB of GDDR6 memoryaccess to 4x video outputs in the form of DisplayPort 1.4 with audio support, and a maximum consumption of 75W.

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Intel Arc Pro A40

Underthe Intel Arc Pro A40 offers 3.50 TFLOPs of power and a maximum consumption of 50W occupying a single PCI slot. In all other specifications she is identical to her older sister. These video outputs are capable of handling 2x 8K @ 60Hz monitors1x 5K @ 240 Hz monitor, 2x 5K @ 120 Hz monitors or 4x 4K @ 60 Hz monitors.

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The Intel Arc Pro series also debuts in the portable market

To finish, we have an IIntel Arc Pro A30Mwhich is essentially a laptop-friendly Arc Pro A40 keeping the same specs except you have access to 4GB of GDDR6 memory and that its consumption will move between 35-50W.

Intel Arc Pro Series

All GPUs are first to offer AV1 hardware acceleration in the industry, are compatible with RayTracing and are designed to handle AI acceleration within applications like Adobe Premiere Pro.

“Intel Arc Pro graphics are targeted at leading professional software applications within the architecture, engineering and construction, and desEsports Extrasand manufacturing industries. Intel Arc Pro GPUs are also optimized for multimedia and entertainment applications such as Blender, running the open source libraries of the Intel oneAPI Rendering Toolkit, widely adopted and integrated into the industry’s leading rendering tools.”

via: Intel

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