With bated breath we've awaited the launch of Intel's discrete graphics card range, and now it's finally around the corner. At least for gaming laptops. A holding page on the official Intel website is teasing the Arc GPU launch event for the 30th of March at 8 AM pacific time. This event will only feature laptop GPUs for now, but it's still the start of a new future for Intel hardware.
The GPUs we expect to see shown off will likely be similar to the DG2 Arc laptop specs we saw leaked a back in January and thankfully we have a bit more clarification. VideoCardz spotted a blog post in which Lisa Pearce, Vice President and General Manager for the Visual Compute Group answered a few questions ahead of the launch.
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