Intel Arc A30M PRO series for mobile workstations have been confirmed

Published: Mar 27th 2022, 14:21 GMT   Comments

Intel Arc A30M PRO Workstation GPUs confirmed by Dell

Dell Precision 5470 will be the first laptops featuring Arc A30M PRO discrete graphics cards.

The specs leaflet posted by ITHome appears to confirm that Intel is indeed launching workstation Arc GPUs very soon. A name of Arc A30M PRO has been used for Dell Precision 5470 series, a 14-inch design featuring 16:10 screen.

This mobile workstation laptop features up to Intel 14-core Alder Lake Core i9-12900H CPU, so we are definitely looking at a high-end system specs.

In terms of graphics, the Arc A30M GPU is an option offered alongside NVIDIA A1000 4 GB dGPU. This is the latest workstation Ampere GPU that was released by NVIDIA just this Tuesday.

Dell Precision laptop with Intel Arc A30M, Source: ITHome

Over at Intel website, one can find a GPU diagram showing a part of the Arc architecture. Here, Intel confirms some very old rumors that Arc is based on Gen 12.7 architecture.

Intel Gen 12.7 GPU Architecture, Source: Intel

Intel is now set to launch its Arc Alchemist discrete GPUs on March 30. This launch will focus on laptop GPUs such as A370M and A350M, both based on low-power DG2-128EU GPU. At this moment, it is unclear if the workstation laptops GPUs will debut on the same day.

Source: ITHome via @9550pro, Intel via @momomo_us

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