A post in Sisoft’s database points to Intel’s upcoming Arc Alchemist graphics card with 512 execution units being able to beat Nvidia’s Geforce RTX 3070 Ti.
Intel is expected to launch its Arc Alchemist series of graphics cards before the summer. We have previously been told that the flagship equipped with 512 execution units and potentially 16 GB of memory will match the RTX 3070 in performance. However, Intel may have come a little further than that according to an early test result that has now been found.
Twitter user Tum_Apisak has seen Intel’s upcoming graphics card inside Sisoft’s database. This is certainly a synthetic test suite so no game performance can be ascertained from the results. The Arc Alchemist, on the other hand, manages to get past Nvidia’s Gefprce RTX 3070 Ti in this particular test.
Intel graphics cards must have been running at a clock frequency of 2.1 GHz. It managed to reach an endpoint of 9 017.52 Mpix / s. A good bit over Nvidia’s device which settled at 8,369.51 Mpix / s. If we look at the floating point score, Intel managed to keep an advantage in the test for half, double and quadruple.
How much this will translate into performance in the “real world” remains to be seen. Intel, on the other hand, seems to have a formidable challenger coming with its first generation of Arc graphics cards.