The Intel company showed off its new Arc A770 graphics card, but at a loss in prices and performance levels
It was a busy couple of days when it came to Intel (here for more information on the company) and its Arc graphics cards. Since not only the company has shown theArc A770, which looks identical to the Arc A750, but the company also disproved that it ever planned to release an Arc A780 card. Despite the existence of the A380 and presumably an A580.
One was also leaked lost with price ranges and performance levels. Which gives us a much better understanding of how Intel is planning to position its Arc graphics cards than NVIDIA and AMD. And it doesn’t seem like Intel is as confident as it sounded just a few months ago.
LinusTechTips had the honor of revealing the Arc A770 card, even though they appear to be there tiny differences in physical appearance between it and Arc A750. The only thing you notice is a ‘3-pin header, perhaps for some sort of RGB sync. This next to the 8- and 6-pin power connectors, something that isn’t present on the A750 board that Nexus gamers showed earlier this week. The good news is that the Arc A770 appears to run cold, as the card has reportedly only reached 69 degrees C for some time, though this will apparently be covered in a separate video next week.
However, much more interesting than some of the card images is the loss of Intel’s new products and price levelswhere the company has positioned its Arc A700 series lower than expected than the competition. The Arc A750 sits below the RTX 3060 and Radeon RX 6600 in what looks like an official slide published by Wccftech. The A750 is rumored to be an 8GB card with a 225 Watt TDP, while the Arc A770 will be available in 8 and 16GB SKUs and will eventually compete with the RTX 3060 Ti and Radeon RX 6650 XT. The only good news here is that the two cards are firmly in the $ 300-399 price range. With the A750 that may be slightly below that, depending on how accurately you are willing to interpret your SKU positioning with respect to price ranges.
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Intel article shows new Arc A770 graphics card comes from allotek.
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