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Intel has listed its upcoming Arc Pro A40 graphics cards for professional applications in the South Korean National Radio Research Agency (RRA) database. This is an essential part of the process that precedes product availability, so Intel look to be prepping to release this board in the coming months or even weeks. Right now all we have is this listing, so add a pinch of salt until we get more information. The Arc Pro A40 seems to be an entry-level solution aimed at systems with light workload.

This is not the first time Intel (or one of its partners) has listed a workstation-grade discrete GPU. Dell listed its Precision 5470 mobile workstation with Intel’s Arc Alchemist A370M Pro (based on the ACM-G11 GPU with 128 EUs) back in April, so Intel looks to be entering the professional visualization (ProViz) GPU market soon. Intel renamed the Arc Alchemist A370M Pro to the Arc Pro A40M in April, according to to VideoCardz.

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