Intel has officially revealed its mobile GPU lineup. Intel Arc Alchemist (announced in September 2021) is based on the Xe HPG (High Performance Graphics) architecture. The first Arc Alchemist GPUs launched today are the Arc A350M and A370M for laptops. Both GPUs are part of the Arc 3 family and are based on the DG2-128 silicon. The A370M has 96 EUs (or 768 unified shaders or 6 Xe cores — one Xe core has 16 EUs or 128 shaders) and the A370M offers 128 EUs (1024 unified shaders or 8 Xe cores). The A-Series GPUs come with hardware ray tracing units, DirectX 12 Ultimate and XeSS (Xe Super Sampling, the equivalent of AMD FSR or NVIDIA DLSS)! More powerful mobile GPUs will be launched later (June 2022):
We are officially launching our Intel® Arc™ graphics family for laptops, completing the Intel platform. These are the first discrete GPUs from our graphics portfolio for laptops, with our desktop and workstation products coming later this year.