In addition to the 13th Generation Intel Core processors and the Slidable Display, Intel unveiled the Intel Arc A770 desktop graphics card at their keynote.
The single GPU announced during the event was the limited edition Arc A770, the flagship of the Arc Alchemist desktop series, which will be released on October 12. During Intel Innovation, it was revealed that the Arc A770 will cost $329, a price that is quite low for its model.
The A770 is equipped with a complete ACM-G10 GPU, 32 Xe-Cores, and 8GB and 16GB of RAM. In addition, it will support XeSS, Intel’s AI-based image reconstruction method, and the supersampling methodology.
Nota bene: Intel has disclosed the A770’s starting price, which is likely to be 8GB. The price of the company’s own 16GB Limited Edition Model has not yet been disclosed.
Intel claims that the GPU’s peak performance in ray tracing is 65 percent higher than that of rival GPUs. The assumption is that they’re speaking about the NVIDIA RTX 3060 series.
There is currently no information regarding the price and availability of the A750 and A580 GPUs.
The local pricing and availability of the item will be communicated at a later date.