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Intel has fixed 'the majority of the software stack issues' for its gaming GPUs says CEO Gelsinger

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Intel is only weeks away from the launch of its Arc A770 graphics card(opens in new tab), which promises to be its first graphics card with an eye to deliver decent performance in games.

Specifically, the Arc A770 is said to compete with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060(opens in new tab) in both frames per second and on price.

However, it's not been an easy road to release for Intel's first generation Alchemist GPUs: the company has faced delays, difficulty with drivers, and even questions of its continued interest in graphics.

That step up from integrated to discrete was more difficult than we expected. But nobody said it would be easy. Intel has largely batted away any concerns over a waning interest in graphics, and from those I've spoken to at the company, it sounds like Intel is in it for the long haul.

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