In the game test, Ashes of the Singularity first recorded the desk video map of Intel Arc A580

In the game test, Ashes of the Singularity first recorded the desk video map of Intel Arc A580

===Intel===Intel is now focusing on Arc A7, and only the Arc A380 is available for sale.

Arc A580's video card was checked at Ashes of the Singularity in a company with an engineering sample of the 16-nuclear Intel processor. The latter is also not known. It can be related to any series of company chips, not necessarily to the upcoming Raptor Lake. It is likely that this is about the Intel test platform itself or one of its partners.

The game test was launched at the 1080p resolution with average image quality settings. The map scored 9,300 points, showing an average human frequency of 95 FPS. Although Ashes of the Singularity was one of the first games to support the graphic API DirectX 12, the Arc A580 accelerator was tested using API Vulkan.

By comparison, the GeForce RTX 3060 is shown in similar conditions between 75 and 95 frames per second. The Ashes of the Singularity test does not show complete information about the system, so it is not known how much memory Arc A580 has and whether the ReBAR function was activated at the time of testing.

It should be noted that Arc A580 is not likely to compete with GeForce RTX 3060. Intel itself has officially stated that this role is assigned to the older Arc A750 model. Arc A580 characteristics are not yet known. According to rumours, it may have 16 Xe and 8 Gbyte GDR6.