Intel has quietly released two new Arc Alchemist-series graphics processors for laptops. The new Arc A530M and Arc A570M target mid-range notebooks designed for light gaming. Perhaps the most intriguing thing about the new mobile GPUs is that they use previously unreleased ACM-G12 silicon. Intel's Arc A530M GPU comes with 12 Xe cores and 1536 stream processors operating at 1300 MHz, which clearly distinguishes it from the company's entry-level Arc A370M GPU that only has eight Xe cores and 1024 stream processors. Meanwile, the Arc A570M features 16 Xe cores and 2048 stream processors running at 1300 MHz, which makes it clearly faster than the previously released Arc A550M with the same number of SPs at 900 MHz, but does not allow it to challenge...

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