Sitting Down with Raja Koduri, Q&A with TAP and Ryan

As we approach reviews going live for the Intel® Arc™ A770 and A750 Limited Edition graphics cards, and going on sale on October 12th, TAP and I sat down with Raja Koduri to talk about Intel Arc. The conversation touches on topics like the product development process over the last few years, his thoughts on how performance bottlenecks can shift during GPU evolutions, our path forward with the Alchemist GPUs and implications for Battlemage. We even dive into the topic of microbenchmarks and how the Arc A-series GPUs compare to competition in some very low level functions to help explain current performance and future potential.

Definitely worth 16 minutes of your time.

Intel Arc Graphics - Ryan Shrout

Ryan Shrout

October 4, 2022

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