Intel laptop graphics transformed: small and compact, plug and play
MXM, once a very popular form of laptop graphics card, standalone and upgradeable, is now becoming increasingly rare and can only be found in specific areas such as embedded.
Previously, Lingin Technology (Lingin) had turned Blue Halberd's Arc A380 into an MXM 3.1 Type-A.
Now Adlink has taken Intel's mobile Arc A370M and Arc A350M and made them into the MXM form factor, which is also small and compact.
The MXM-AXe-A370M has 8 Xe cores, 8 optical tracking units and consumes 35-50W.
The MXM-AXe-A350M has 6 Xe cores, 6 optical tracking units and consumes 25-35W.
These are all standard specifications for the public version, and both also have 4GB of 64-bit GDDR6 memory and support for DP 2.0 and HDMI 2.1 quad video output.
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