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Intel introduces Arc Pro A-series graphics processing units (GPUs)

The new GPU lineup includes A40 (single slot) and A50 (dual slot) GPUs for compact form factor PCs and the Intel Arc Pro A30M GPU for mobile form factors.

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The Intel Arc Pro A-series professional line of graphics processing units (GPUs) was unveiled by Intel. The Intel Arc Pro A40 (single slot) and A50 (dual slot) GPUs for compact form factor PCs and the Intel Arc Pro A30M GPU for mobile form factors are the initial models. They all have industry-first AV1 hardware encoding acceleration, built-in ray tracing hardware, and machine learning capabilities.

The company claims that Intel Arc Pro A-series graphics are aiming for certifications with top professional software programmes in the construction, engineering, and manufacturing sectors. Additionally, Intel Arc Pro GPUs run the open source libraries in the Intel oneAPI Rendering Toolkit, which are widely used and incorporated in top rendering tools, and are geared for media and entertainment applications like Blender.

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The new GPU series by Intel includes the A30M, and two desktop models: the single-slot A40 and dual-slot A50.

To improve workflow efficiency, the most recent Intel Arc Pro A-series GPUs support up to four ultra-large screens. When you combine high dynamic range (HDR) with audio support, you have everything you need to create the next impressive multi-display configuration for your home or workplace. Ultra High Definition (UHD) and ultrawide UHD display resolutions are supported by discrete GPUs (with HDR enabled).

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Dolby Vision enhances compatible displays with richer colours, sharper contrast, and deeper depth thanks to specialised hardware decoding on the Pro GPUs. By dynamically adjusting the image quality based on your service, display device, and platform to offer breathtaking visuals every time, Dolby Vision maximises the promise of HDR technology.

In addition to supporting PCIe 4.0 x8 systems, the Intel Arc Pro A-series GPU does not penalise backwards compatibility. A competitively high bandwidth speed improves graphical memory so that your software can access project data even more quickly.

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This GPU family offers a wealth of excellent technologies, including built-in dedicated AI acceleration where you need it and compatibility for your compatible AI tools.

By utilising the combined strength of Intel CPUs and GPUs to unleash even greater performance, Hyper Compute enables the creation of multi-engine content. When performing operations like machine learning services during image processing, Hyper Compute makes use of all available compute engines or AI accelerators on the Intel CPU and GPU platform.

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Komila Singh
Komila Singh
Komila is one of the most spirited tech writers at Gadget Bridge. Always up for a new challenge, she is an expert at dissecting technology and getting to its core. She loves to tinker with new mobile phones, tablets and headphones.
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