Intel 22.214.171.12499 test driver, which was unintentionally put on the company's official website by mistake, is listing ARC A200M, A350M, A370M, A350 and A380 entries.
The identities of yet-to-be-released Intel Xe-HPG GPUs known as Arc Alchemist are revealed in the driver's SYS files, as videocardz notes. There are now four SKUs available for the driver: two for desktop computers as well as mobile devices:
- Intel (R) Arc (TM) A380 Graphics Family.
- Intel (R) Arc (TM) A350 Graphics Family.
- Intel (R) Arc (TM) A370M Graphics Family.
- Intel (R) Arc (TM) A350M Graphics Family.
- Intel (R) Iris (R) Xe A200M Graphics Family.
That makes this the first time that the real names of Intel's future discrete graphics cards have been revealed, Intel now has officially verified their existence. This is most likely not the whole list of SKUs that will be available for the Arc Alchemist series. Previous leaks have revealed that there could be as many as 5 different variations of DG2 GPUs, each with a different number of cores and memory configurations to choose from, reports Videocardz.
The Arc A380 has already been spotted in an unknown benchmark, where it was allegedly found to provide GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER performance at a clock speed of 2.45 GHz, according to the report. This model was supposed to have 6GB of GDDR6 memory, but it is most likely not the flagship model, which is currently believed to have up to 16GB of memory. The A350 could be a direct contender for the RTX 3050/RX 6400 versions that will be released by competition early next year. A possible configuration for this SKU would be 96 EUs and 4GB GDDR6 memory.