An official source hinted at how the first four generations of the blue’s graphic resources were in succession.
It’s been no secret for a long time that Intel is also entering the dedicated GPU market, picking up the glove with the much more experienced Nvidia and AMD. THE promising to be especially strong To the best of our knowledge, the Intel ARC Series could debut in 2022, first in portable devices and also in desktop configurations from the second half of the year.
We already knew that the first four generations of GPUs were coming out with some role-playing sniffs called Alchemist, Battlemage, Celestial, and Druid, but now it was possible to see how fast they were following each other.
Intel ARC community spokesman Bryce Furuya, in response to another post, wrote on Twitter that if all goes well, the Druid could already be on the shelves next to Nvidia’s RTX 6090 top card in 2025. From this we can conclude that the blues will also bring out new GPUs every year, which would not be surprising, since this is also the custom in the competition.
If all goes well, that could be when Intel ARC ‘Druid’ cards come out… game on 🎮😉
– Bryce_GfxDriverGuru (@theBryceIsRt) November 23, 2021
Until then, of course, a lot of water will flow down the Danube, but for a project of this size, it is only natural that Intel plans for several years in advance. What is certain, however, is that it will be exciting to see the transformation of a three-player market, even if it is prolonged chip shortage it is also unlikely that the blue will be disturbed by the blue in 2022 as a buyer.