Gunnir has released a mobile version of Intel Arc A380 desktop graphics card, which has been released by Gunnir

Gunnir has released a mobile version of Intel Arc A380 desktop graphics card, which has been release ...

The MXM form factor for mobile video cards isn't very popular today. As laptops become thinner and lighter each generation, it's simpler and cheaper for laptop manufacturers to place discrete GPUs directly on the motherboard rather than as a separate component. Despite this, Gunnir, a Chinese company, has decided to release the Intel Arc A380's MXM version.

Gunnir is one of Intel's main graphics partners in Asia, providing desktop and mobile versions of its Arc Alchemist series of accelerators. The Arc A380 card is a PCIe 4.0 Type A module that only has four lanes, though, and has 6 GB of GDDR6 memory support.

The new MXM 3.1 Arc A380 is the most unusual GPU in Intel's mobile range. Both models had 4 GB of GDDR6 memory and 64-bit memory support.

The MXM version of the Arc A380 has a dynamic power consumption indicator ranging from 50 to 75 watts. Note that the desktop version of the Arc A380 has power consumption ratings of 75 watts.

Intel desktop graphics cards are notoriously selective when it comes to specifications. They require processors older than the 10th generation Intel Core, as well as support for ResizableBAR technology. However, Gunnir did not provide any information on the compatibility of its Arc A380 MXM module with existing laptops and small desktops, which often use mobile platforms.

The Gunnir Arc A380 MXM card is already on sale. Its original price was 2199 yuan (about $324), but it's now available for a discount of 1899 yuan (about $280).

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