Intel showed how its Arc graphics card copes with games

Intel not only introduced the Arc brand for its consumer graphics cards but also showed how such a graphics card handles games.

The demonstration, however, turned out to be as uninformative as possible, since we do not know either the video card model or the performance indicators in this or that game.

We can only note the set of games: Mount & Blade II Bannerlord, Forza Horizon 4, Psychonauts 2, Player Unknown Battlegrounds, Subnautica Below Zero, Metro Exodus, Rift Breaker, Days Gone, Chivalry II, and Crysis Remastered Trilogy. In theory, the presence of projects like Metro should hint at sufficient performance for such games.

Intel also confirmed once again that its 3D cards will support hardware-accelerated ray tracing. But what we have not been told before is the support of artificial intelligence-based supersampling technology. That is, Intel will have its own answer to Nvidia DLSS and AMD FSR, and at least technologically it should be closer to the first.

Intel also showed off two Arc GPUs. Presumably, these are DG2-128 and DG2-512, on the basis of which video cards of the Alchemist line will be created, which will be released in early 2022.

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