Intel: Intel Arc A770, the top-of-the-line graphics card, will be released on October 12 – News

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September 27, 2022 – 8:28 p.m — Last updated 1 hour ago

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Intel announced a few hours ago at the “Intel On” conference that their top model of dedicated graphics cards, the Intel Arc A770, will be available in US stores from October 12th for 329 US dollars. The graphics card has a two-fan design and RGB lighting both behind the fans and once around the graphics card in the frame. It must be powered with a 6-pin and a 6+2-pin power connector.

Intel Arc A750 Intel Arc A770 8GB Intel Arc A770 16GB
production TSMC N6 TSMC N6 TSMC N6
Xe cores 28 32 32
Ray tracing units 28 32 32
base clock 2050MHz 2100MHz 2100MHz
Storage 8GB GDDR6 8GB GDDR6 16GB GDDR6
memory interfaces 256 bits 256 bits 256 bits
memory bandwidth 512GB/s 512GB/s 560GB/s
memory speed 16Gbps 16Gbps 17.5 Gbps
TBP 225W 225W 225W
PCIe up to PCIe 4.0 16x up to PCIe 4.0 16x up to PCIe 4.0 16x
release tba October 12, 2022 October 12, 2022
Price tba starting at $329 starting at $329

The largest model of the Arc A770 has 16 GB GDDR6 memory, which, in contrast to the A770 model with 8 GB, can also be controlled with a higher memory bandwidth and memory speed, so that instead of 512 GB/s and 16 GBps, it is now 560 GB/s and 17.5 Gbps are available. The price was announced as “Starting from” so expect the 16GB model to be slightly more expensive. A price or launch date for the Arc A750 was not announced, although the product page and specs went online at the same time.

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There will probably also be independent tests for the release, since Intel has announced that test samples are already on the way.