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Intel Arc A580 Graphics Cards Specs

Intel Arc A580 graphics card

It appears that the Arc A580 graphics card from Intel has finally received the all-clear from AIBs to go on sale to end users.

Finally Prepared For A DIY Launch, Intel’s Arc A580 Graphics Card Shows Off Its First Custom Designs

The Arc A770, Arc A750, Arc A580, Arc A380, and Arc A310 were the five versions that Intel had planned to release when its Arc A-series range first debuted. Two Arc GPUs, however, never actually experienced a DIY launch.

The Arc A580 entirely vanished, however the Arc A310 remained in the OEM market in some capacity. There has been support for the card over a period of months, and it has been included in numerous databases and support pages, but there has been no substantial information to imply that the card would ever be released.

However, it appears that Intel is putting together the Arc A580 GPUs with its AIBs, who will be making their specialized designs available soon. As a result, information about the first ASRock & Sparkle Arc A580 graphics cards has leaked. The ASRock Arc A580 Challenger OC and the Sparkle Arc A580 Orc are the two cards.

Intel Arc A580 graphics card
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Given that both cards receive a dual-slot, dual-fan cooling system with unique PCBs, it appears that the objective of this card is to be a very competitive mainstream option. The SPARKLE Arc A580 ORC has a blue color scheme and is likewise powered by a dual 8-pin connector setup, however the ASRock variant is significantly larger, has a huge aluminum fin heatsink with copper heat pipes, and is powered by dual 8-pin power connectors.

The Intel Arc A580 has 24 cores, 384 EUs, and 3072 ALUs, and it is officially rated at 1700 MHz for graphics. However, the test shows rates of up to 2.4 GHz, which is comparable to the speeds of the other two Arc A770 and Arc A750 graphics cards. The graphics card will have a TBP of 175W and 8 GB of GDDR6 VRAM distributed across a 256-bit bus interface with up to 512 GB/s bandwidth. The Radeon RX 7600 and the NVIDIA RTX 3060 are comparable to each other in terms of performance, but we must wait to see how OpenCL performs in practice.

Furthermore, given that the Arc A750 was already dropped to $249 US and can frugally be found for around $200 US, and even the flagship Arc A770, which had an MSRP set to $299-$329 US, can be found for under $300 US, we may anticipate the Intel Arc A580 to cost around $179-$199 US. Given that there aren’t many new products in the sub-$200 US category on the market, it will be fascinating to see what the final cost and performance numbers of this card turn out to be. Intel has a great opportunity to profit from this scenario.

Sparkle has also unveiled its brand-new A310 ELF graphics card, which has a suggested retail price of $109 US. With certain low-end specifications, like 6 Xe-Cores or 768 ALUs, 4 GB of GDDR6 memory across a 64-bit bus interface, and no cables needed to boot, this entry-level graphics card has a suggested retail price of $109 US. The Arc A380, which costs just $10 US more without any discounts and has a higher number of cores and more memory, was recently advertised for $99 US at the same retailer (Newegg), which is where this card is being sold. Additionally, a Low-Profile version is available for $119 US.

Intel Arc A-Series Desktop Graphics Card Lineup ‘Official’:

Arc A770Arc ACM-G104096 (32 Xe-Cores)5122.10 GHz16 GB GDDR617.5 Gbps256-bit560 GB/s225W$349
Arc A770Arc ACM-G104096 (32 Xe-Cores)5122.10 GHz8 GB GDDR616 Gbps256-bit512 GB/s225W$329 US
Arc A750Arc ACM-G103584 (28 Xe-Cores)4482.05 GHz8 GB GDDR616 Gbps256-bit512 GB/s225W$249 US
Arc A580Arc ACM-G103072 (24 Xe-Cores)3841.70 GHz8 GB GDDR616 Gbps256-bit512 GB/s175W$199 US
Arc A380Arc ACM-G111024 (8 Xe-Cores)1282.00 GHz6 GB GDDR615.5 Gbps96-bit186 GB/s75W$109 US
Arc A310Arc ACM-G11512 (4 Xe-Cores))64TBD4 GB GDDR616 Gbps64-bitTBD75W$59-$99 US




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