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Intel has expanded Arc Pro A series of professional graphics processing units (GPUs) by the announcement of the Intel ArcPro A60 and Pro A60M as new members of the lineup.

The chipmaker claims the new products are “a significant performance boost in the Intel Arc Pro family” and are designed for professional workstation users with up to 12GB of video memory (VRAM). They also support four screens with High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Dolby Vision.

The GPUs come with built-in ray tracing hardware, graphics acceleration, and machine learning capabilities.

How new offerings compare to existing GPUs
Intel claims that the Arc Pro A-series graphics offer a new option for the workstation GPU space.

Compared to existing Intel Arc Pro products, the Intel Arc Pro A60 and A60M offer twice the number of PCIe lanes at 16, twice the memory bandwidth at 384 gigabytes per second, twice the dedicated AI Xe Matrix Extensions (XMX) engines at 256, and twice the number of ray tracing units with 16.

Since the new GPUs also fully support media encoding and decoding, including AV1, they can handle computer-aided design and modeling (CAD/CAM), AI inference tasks, and media processing.

GPUs optimized for media applications
Intel said workstation GPUs are also optimized for media and entertainment applications such as Blender and run rendering and ray tracing libraries to enable the creation of high-performance, high-fidelity visual experiences at scale.

Availability Intel Arc Pro A60 GPU
The Intel Arc Pro A60 GPU for workstation desktops will be available from Intel authorized distributors in the coming weeks. The Intel ArcPro A60M GPU for mobile systems will be available from Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) partners in the coming months.

Additionally, workstation designs featuring the Intel Arc Pro A40 GPU are now available from HP, with Dell and Lenovo expected to follow in Q3 2023.

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