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Old 11-09-21, 02:38 PM
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Leaked Intel slides showcase the performance targets of their planned ARC GPUs

Do Intel's DG2/ARC Alchemist GPUs perform as well as expected?



Read more about Intel's leaked ARC Alchemist GPU product SKU plans.

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Old 11-09-21, 08:03 PM
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Intel need to make sure drivers work above all else with timely releases. Performance can be great but it won't matter if it's a buggy mess.
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Old 11-09-21, 08:10 PM
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This will be Intels biggest issue will be drivers, they also need to get future product out faster as well otherwise they won't be able to keep up by the time it all comes out they are already a year behind, let alone the coming amd nvidia cards that won't be far away.

tbh i think Intel can do well in the longer term but i'm less sure the uptake will be what they are hoping for.
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I don't think a flagship competitor is necessary at this stage. The 6700XT/3070 class is the perfect sweet spot for high-end gaming. Most people have 1440p monitors or will be upgrading to one at some point soon, and that tier of GPU is the ideal accompaniment for that. The TDP is also the ideal sweet spot.
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I don't think a flagship competitor is necessary at this stage. The 6700XT/3070 class is the perfect sweet spot for high-end gaming. Most people have 1440p monitors or will be upgrading to one at some point soon, and that tier of GPU is the ideal accompaniment for that. The TDP is also the ideal sweet spot.
Even for high refresh rate gaming at that resolution?...
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Old 13-09-21, 07:13 AM
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With their track record of Drivers. There is no way I'd ever buy an Intel d-GPU until they can PROVE they're going to commit the necessary resources to drivers *REGULARLY* and I don't mean just tri-monthly updates as a "best case"
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I don't think a flagship competitor is necessary at this stage. The 6700XT/3070 class is the perfect sweet spot for high-end gaming. Most people have 1440p monitors or will be upgrading to one at some point soon, and that tier of GPU is the ideal accompaniment for that. The TDP is also the ideal sweet spot.
I went from a GTX1080 to an RTX3080 at 1440/144hz, my upgrade path is resolution/refreshrate, not GPU.

I'm one of those people who live by "if I'm dropping coin on something, I'd going all in".
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Even for high refresh rate gaming at that resolution?...
Yeah, why not? Certain games might be a bit taxing and you'll have to drop a setting or two. And RT might be dubious with the 6700XT. But they're both more than capable of running 1440p/144Hz. TechPowerUp sees the 3070 and 6700XT average 120-130 FPS in their gaming suite at that resolution.
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