Intel released the Intel Arc brand Alchemist (DG2) discrete graphics card at the end of March, but only last month did it officially launch its first desktop-oriented product, the A380, an entry-level graphics card. For a considerable number of users who want to buy Intel discrete graphics cards, the performance of the ARC A380 is difficult to meet their requirements, and a model with stronger performance is required.
Recently, Gamers Nexus got Intel’s unreleased Intel ARC A750 graphics card, which is positioned at a relatively mainstream user group. This is also the first unofficial demonstration of this product. In terms of appearance, the appearance of this ARC A750 graphics card is very similar to the “Limited Edition” style that Intel has shown in videos or live events in the past. Not sure if the “Limited Edition” is the Intel ARC A750, or if the ARC A750 uses the same or similar radiator as the more high-end model.
According to Intel’s positioning, the ARC A750 is equipped with an ACM-G10 chip, with 24 Xe cores and 12GB of GDDR6 video memory. The specifications are worse than the highest-end models (32 Xe cores/16GB video memory). The “Limited Edition” style graphics card that Intel has displayed shows that it is equipped with an 8Pin and a 6Pin external power supply interface, and the maximum power can reach 300W. With the specifications and positioning of ARC A750, it seems that such a high power supply is not needed. In addition, ARC A750 will also be equipped with three DisplayPort interfaces and one HDMI interface.
Intel originally planned to launch ARC desktop graphics cards in the second quarter of this year, but so far only ARC A380 has been released, and the progress has been delayed, which has been confirmed by Lisa Pearce, vice president, and general manager of Intel’s Visual Computing Business Unit.