Summary: Intel is finally teasing its highly anticipated Arc Alchemist GPUs and it looks like it’s about to release them. Most of their specs were leaked months, if not years ago, so pricing remains the biggest mystery.

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wccftech got a slide (below) that paints a rough picture of Alchemist’s pricing, power consumption, and storage space. Allegedly, this was part of a presentation created by Intel for its Taiwanese partners. It looks fairly formal and also contains reasonable information, but not from a reliable source, so treat it with appropriate skepticism.

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Intel team joined Linus Tech Tips last week to announce the third member of the Alchemist series, the flagship A770. They were tight-lipped but promised to reveal more details, including the price, in the next video. Based on the slide, they’ll say it costs anywhere from $350 to $390; slightly less than the $399 MSRP for both the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti and the Radeon RX 6600 XT.

In his own YouTube videosIntel touts penultimate flagship A750. This is the level with RTX 3060 and RX 6600 (not XT) for $330 on slide chart and clearly superior to them., What well. About a hundred bucks down is the A580, which seems to be able to compete with the RTX 3050 on the edge between the entry-level and mid-range market segments.

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Intel is also thin teasing the A380’s performance over several weeks, which is a bit strange given that it already released in China and reviewed. Judging by those foreign reviews, a little faster than (terribly overpriced) $200 RX 6500 XT. In China, it sells for less than $150, and that’s where it’s also on the slide chart.

At the heart of the product stack, the A310 is in the tiny ~$100 price bracket. It doesn’t make much sense as a product considering it uses a lot of power (relatively) and can’t be much faster than integrated alternatives, but the bulk of the small market for $100 and below is OEMs anyway.

It’s still too early to tell if Intel’s pricing will be competitive, but at least they’re aiming for the right price tiers in what I would call a realistic scenario. Arc Alchemist may compare favorably with GPUs currently on the market, but note that they are several years old. AMD and Nvidia are both known to have new generations in the works, which can give the Alchemist some pretty hard times.

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