The realm of PC gaming rumours has been awash with insights into Intel’s gaming GPU plans, from partnerships with Asus, Gigabyte, and MSI to RTX 3070 comparisons. Now, because of newly leaked, albeit blurry pictures, we all know that Intel’s entry-level Alchemist GPU could include 6GB of reminiscence and an unusual structure.

Posted on Chiphell by type consumer Vermicelli, the picture resembles each official and unofficial footage of Intel’s DG2 GPU. Unlike conventional graphics playing cards, the leaked board options off-centre dies, one thing that could make cooling extra difficult. The leaker additionally reveals that the cardboard has a brief type issue and solely attracts 65W of energy. This locations the chip throughout the identical ballpark as Nvidia’s RTX 3060 laptop variant, with related energy necessities and 6GB GDDR6 VRAM.

Admittedly, it’s exhausting to make out any of the leaked GPU’s finer particulars, however Vermicelli goes to the trouble of highlighting the board’s GPU and reminiscence dies. You can even nearly make out the cardboard’s cooler mounting holes, which suggests it’s is designed for desktop gaming PCs.

At the second, it’s exhausting to inform precisely what Intel’s Alchemist line truly has to supply. While earlier stories point out that it could go up in opposition to an RTX 3070, each this newest leak and former stories counsel that it received’t make Nvidia’s mid-range playing cards sweat. However, it’s necessary to notice that this particular leak relies on a supposed ‘entry-level’ GPU, so higher-spec choices could additionally make an look.

leaked image of Intel Alchemist GPU with highlighted green and blue squares

As with all rumours, you must in all probability take these Alchemist leaks with a grain of salt. However, if Vermicelli’s findings are legit, we could be taking a look at a compelling graphics choice for mini ITX type builds. That mentioned, the chip association on show right here could be a difficulty, particularly if you happen to’re seeking to enhance fps and squeeze all the pieces right into a tiny, typical case.