Intel Arc Pro A60 GPU
There’s no denying that NVIDIA practically owns the professional workstation GPU market, with AMD a distant second. And until recently, there hasn’t really been a third option to consider. For those not team green or team red, Intel’s Arc Pro line of workstation GPUs have come far enough along that team blue is an option for businesses seeking 3D or AI inference acceleration.
The Arc Pro A60 is the latest and greatest GPU from Intel. It’s a single-slot Gen 4.0 x16 (3.0 compatible) card capable of up to 10.04 TFLOPs of throughput at single precision, 12GB GDDR6 memory, and 130w peak power. Historically only available on the most expensive GPUs, Intel’s Arc Pro A60 includes dedicated hardware for both ray tracing and AI acceleration at a far more reasonable price with broad application support for business applications that utilize it. There’s full AV1 encode/decode support, four DisplayPort 2.1 ports, plus a wealth of interesting features that leverage both Intel CPUs and GPUs when paired together. No, it won’t compete in the middle and upper end of GPUs, but if pricing lands where rumors suggest it could be a great value for those who want in on some of the latest acceleration technology but don’t need the absolute fastest GPU performance.
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