Intel announcesArc Pro A60 and Pro A60M GPUs

Intel has announced the introduction of the Intel Arc Pro A60 and Pro A60M, the latest additions to the company’s Arc Pro A-series GPUs.

The Intel Arc Pro A60 GPU is equipped with ray tracing hardware, graphics acceleration, and machine learning capabilities, consolidating various visual technologies and content creation in a single slot factor, says Intel. The models are designed for professional workstation users, with up to 12GB of VRAM and support for up to four HDR and Dolby Vision-supported displays.

In comparison to existing products in the Intel Arc Pro series, the new A60 and A60M GPUs feature double the PCIe lanes at 16, double the memory bandwidth at 384GB per second, and double the ray tracing units at 16. They also have twice as many dedicated AI Xe Matrix Extensions (XMX) engines at 256.

Additionally, the new GPUs support full media encode and decode capabilities, including AV1, making them suited for computer-aided design and modeling (CAD/CAM), AI inferencing tasks, and media processing in business environments.

The Intel Arc Pro A60 GPU for workstation desktops will be available through Intel authorized distributors in the coming weeks. The Intel Arc Pro A60M GPU for mobile systems will be available through original equipment manufacturers (OEM) in the upcoming months.

The Intel Arc Pro A40 GPU is currently available from HP, with Dell and Lenovo expected to follow in Q3 2023.

[Image courtesy: Intel]

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