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Intel Arc Alchemist GPU can reach upto 2.7 Ghz clock in Hitman 3

Prior to their official availability, Intel Arc Alchemist graphics cards continue to astound us in a variety of ways. This time, a fresh teaser from a conversation with Intel fellow Tom Petersen provides additional details on the GPUs, including their capacity for overclocking.

Petersen claims that Intel Arc may be surprisingly adept at overclocking and finding the ideal balance between performance and power consumption — to the point where a significant overclock was accomplished at almost no additional energy cost.

Although Intel Arc has a number of flaws, including delays and GPUs that are primarily geared for DirectX 12 and Vulkan only, recent marketing and communication efforts have been excellent, and Intel has been open about the performance of these graphics cards. To that end, Tom Petersen participated in a HotHardware Q&A session and responded to numerous inquiries about Intel Arc.

To assess the GPU’s performance in Hitman 3, it undervolted and overclocked several components of the system. The GPU typically runs at a maximum clock speed of 2.1GHz, but this time it was overclocked to 2.7GHz. That is a significant overclock that would undoubtedly affect performance.

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The fact that the card’s power usage increased to 228 watts during the 2.7GHz overclock—just 3 watts more than its typical maximum TBP—may be the more intriguing statistic. This demonstrates that Intel Arc may produce good results by properly balancing undervolting and overclocking.

The Limited Edition models of the Arc Alchemist graphics cards, which are of Intel’s own design, are discussed in new slides that Intel has also released.

The ACM-G10 GPU is shared by the Arc A770 and Arc A750, although the A770 has 32 Xe-Cores and 16GB of memory, but it can also be had in an 8GB version. However, the TBP on both graphics cards is the same at 225 watts.

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The Arc A580, a mid-range processor with 24 Xe-Cores and 8GB of memory, now also has a TBP of 175 watts certified by Petersen. The Arc A310 and Arc A350, which are both supposed to be in the lineup, are also relatively unknown. Perhaps a global launch of the Arc A380 will soon follow alongside the better variants as it has already experienced a limited release.

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Petersen responded to a number of queries, but he was still hesitant to speculate on when Intel Arc would be released. Although that would give the GPUs very little opportunity to shine, it’s possible that Intel would discuss them during its Intel Innovation event on September 27. On that day, AMD will also be releasing its Ryzen 7000 processors, and Intel will also be revealing Raptor Lake CPUs.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.



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