New Arc Graphics Card: Introduced at Intel Extreme Masters

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Intel unveiled its new Arc graphics card at the Intel Extreme Masters event

The Intel company (here for more information) has finally shown its new Arc graphics card. Currently the event Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) is taking place in Dallas and at the event, Intel unveiled one of its graphics cards Arc Limited Edition. It’s unclear if it was a working sample or just a mockup, as it wasn’t running on a system or even mounted inside a system. Instead, it appears that Intel thought it was a great idea to mount the board standing on the left side inside an acrylic box, on top of a rotating base.

New Arc Graphics Card: Introduced at Intel Extreme Masters

Technical details on the new Arc graphics card

Looking at the Arc graphics card, it is clear to us that Intel has opted for a typical placement of the power connectors (it has a power connector at 8 pin and one 6 pin). In other words, Intel will not be using the new 12-pin power connector that should be used by most next-generation graphics cards. These are the only details we know about the Arc board for now. Intel has not yet revealed any kind of details as to when it will be in plans to launch his graphics cards based on Arc.

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