Intel Arc Graphics Card Is Optional For Dell Precision 5470 Workstation
Intel's Arc game graphics card has been officially released, and its architecture is impressive and performance looks good. At present, it is mainly for notebook platform, and the game performance is comparable to GTX 1650 graphics card.
Now, the first Intel professional graphics card model has been unveiled -- the Arc A370M Pro. It is reported that the platform running the professional graphics card is Dell Precision 5470, which is positioned as an entry-level workstation.
Specifications for the Intel Arc A370M Pro are not disclosed on the product page, but it is expected to be the same as the consumer Arc M370, with 128 execution units (1024 stream processors). Dell doesn't list video memory configurations, but since it's also optional with NVIDIA RTX A1000 4GB OF VRAM, the A370M Pro is likely to come with the same capacity.
Depending on the use scenario, workstations are more focused on stability and longevity. The A370M Pro will likely disable features like anti-aliasing, and the graphics card will have a lower frequency than the consumer version, but the cooling system will be more powerful.
Dell's Precision 5470 mobile workstation uses Intel's 12th-generation Core Alder Lake-H processor and has up to 14 cores (6 P cores +8 E cores), up to 64GB of DDR5-5200 memory, and 4TB OF RAID NVMe SSD.
The machine is currently available in India with Nvidia RTX A1000 and Intel Arc A370M professional graphics cards, although the price is not disclosed.
Arc professional graphics cards are not expected until the third quarter of this year, Intel confirmed.