It is said that the release of Intel Arc GPUs isn’t easy after at least one independent GPU manufacturer stopped producing video cards based on Intel’s own GPU. Also, computer manufacturers and vendors would not trust the Arc Alchemist product line.
There will be little confidence in Intel’s first graphics cards in different layers of the PC industry, so Igor lab reports based on various sources. Anyway, the German medium was speaking too much Board Partner which was to completely stop producing its video cards based on Intel GPUs due to “quality concerns”.
In order to protect his sources, Igor Walusik did not give specific names, but he is said to be a “great partner”. Companies like ASUS, MSI, and Gigabyte have potential for aib who make their video cards with components from GPU giants like Nvidia, AMD and perhaps also recently Intel. To be clear, it is not known if it is one of those companies or another such as EVGA, ASRock, Sapphire, Gunnir or Zotac.
Several companies reportedly confirmed to Walllossek that Intel assured them that the focus should be on the OEM market. Thus, manufacturers are encouraged to resell Intel Arc variants to PC manufacturers, which will not be as profitable as the individual sale of GPUs.
Unlike competitors, Intel is said to offer no price guarantees and the company will have very poor terms that will support third-party sales and returns systems. Many sales partners in Germany had not entered into business with Intel for these reasons. According to Walllossek, other European dealers, distributors and manufacturers will also have “little or no interest” in Intel’s new product line.
Igor’s laboratory confirms that these developments occurred even before The first disappointing standards And the Messages about driver problems appeared online. At the moment, official information about the Arc family is scarce, as Intel is very limited and within Only a few markets Released in stages.
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