Intel showed a whole gaming truck with gaming PCs equipped with unreleased Arc graphics cards
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Intel showed a whole gaming truck with gaming PCs equipped with unreleased Arc graphics cards

Intel isn’t yet able to bring fully discrete desktop graphics cards on the market. However, it has already prepared a truckload of computers with such adapters.

The Intel Arc Truck was designed for the LANFest Colorado gaming event, which is set for September. The truck can carry at least 30 gaming computers. These systems are NUC 12 Extreme (Dragon Canyon), and have Alder Lake processors. These PCs will not come with a preinstalled video card. However, Intel will provide adapters for festival attendees.

It is not clear what exactly this image shows, but it does show a large 3D card and two fans. This is a very advanced model and Intel is unlikely to bring modern computers to the festival.

Intel has plenty of time to make discrete adapters available on the market and to finalize drivers that have been most requested. LANFest is scheduled for September 30th to October 3rd.

 

Intel showed a whole gaming truck with gaming PCs equipped with unreleased Arc graphics cards
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