At the “Intel Innovation” summit, Intel officially displayed a series of ARC A770 and ARC A750 graphics cards from its partners for the first time. Previously, during the Tokyo Game Show 2022 (TGS 2022), only one ASRock Arc A750 Challenger appeared at the Intel booth.
According to VideoCardz reports, in addition to ASRock, Intel’s products this time are also from GUNNIR.
ASRock brought the Arc A770 Phantom Gaming and Arc A750 Challenger, both equipped with two 8Pin external power supply ports, one of which is the OC version, and the frequency should be higher than the public version. GUNNIR has an ARC A770 graphics card with a thickness of 2.2 slots. It adopts a three-fan cooling design. It also has two 8Pin external power supply ports, as well as a metal shield and backplane.
ARC A770 and ARC A750 are based on ACM-G10 chip, with 32 and 28 Xe cores of Xe-HPG architecture respectively, and the core frequency is 2100MHz and 2050MHz respectively. The former is 8GB or 16GB of GDDR6 memory with a memory rate of 17.5 Gbps, and the latter is only available in an 8GB memory version with a memory rate of 16 Gbps. Both of these cards have a 256-bit memory bit width.