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Intel’s Never-Released Arc A580 Purportedly Gets Benchmarked

When Intel announced its Arc A series graphics card lineup for desktops last year, the company announced four graphics cards: Arc A770, Arc A750, Arc A580, and Arc A380. However, for unknown reasons, the Arc A580 based on the reduced ACM-G10 GPU never made it to market. However, anyone with access to the alleged Arc A580 graphics card Tested with GFXBench 5.0 (via @Komachi_Ensaka) as well as its performance figures uploaded to the database. As with any unofficial benchmark, take the numbers with a grain of salt.

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null Ark A380 Ark A580 Ark A770 GeForce RTX 3050 GeForce RTX 3060 Ti
The normal floor of the Aztec ruins is displayed on the screen ? 157.2 710.1 402.8 736.6
Aztec Ruins regular tier offscreen ? 603.6 768.5 420.7 765.7
On-screen of the upper level of the Aztec ruins 46.4 103.4 501.1 275.4 478.6
High-rise off-screen in Aztec ruins 106.8 242.3 330.3 169.3 304.5

The alleged Intel Arc A580 was tested with GFXBench 5.0 using the Vulkan-based renderer. The results look strange as the unannounced device lags significantly when compared to Intel’s Arc A770. This could be due to a variety of causes, including immature drivers for unreleased products, specific hardware or software issues, or bogus results. But at least this device significantly outperforms Intel’s Arc A380.

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