MSI unveils the world’s first desktop computer featuring an Intel Arc A380 6GB discrete graphics card
MSI has started selling its latest desktop PC gaming system, which has Intel Alder Lake CPUs and Arc A380 graphics cards.
A 6GB memory Intel Arc A380 graphics card has been discovered on a popular Japanese retailer’s website and verified by MSI.
According to what we can discern, the entry on JD.com posted by Twitter user Mark Stegner (@TheMalcore on Twitter) is the company’s first listing, indicating that it uses the Intel Arc A380 GPU. Intel revealed that the Arc A380M will be launched only in China through its regional OEM partners, so this knowledge comes as no surprise.
— Evan Stenger (@TheMalcore) June 11, 2022
Because the item is listed as a preorder, there isn’t much information to glean from the ad, so it’s unknown when the price and other details will become available, as well as the timetable. The memory configuration of the Arc A380 GPU is the only information supplied by MSI.
According to prior information regarding the Arc A380, the GPU will have an ACM-G11 GPU with eight Xe-Cores and 6 GB of GDDR6 RAM. It’s reasonable to assume that the desktop versions will have a 96-bit memory bus, which is significantly larger than the 4 GB mobile versions with a 64-bit memory bus.
MSI is keeping the GPU manufacturer a secret, but it’s a safe guess that the business will use its designs. Because the product is branded ‘OC,’ the system will be factory overclocked when it leaves the manufacturer.
Consumers may choose from Intel’s Core i3-12100F and i7-12700F desktop CPUs, which have an Intel Arc A380 GPU with 6 GB of RAM and power consumption ranging from 550 W to 650 W.
When playing e-sports games in 1080p resolution settings, MSI provides some information on the graphics card’s performance. Depending on the game being played, the frames per second will range from 85 to 200.
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