Recently, Intel has been introducing the various functions of the ARC Alchemist (DG2) discrete graphics card, and the Arc A7 series Limited Edition graphics card has appeared many times. As for when the ARC A770
and A750 will be available, Intel officials will basically use the word “soon”, but they have not provided an accurate time.
Recently, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger tweeted
on his Twitter account, saying that he received a surprise on a rainy Sunday night, which is an Arc A770 Limited Edition graphics card from Intel Senior Vice President, Chief Architect, and General Manager of Architecture, Graphics, and Software Raja Koduri, with a photo with the graphics card. Pat Gelsinger confirmed that Intel is preparing the first batch of ARC A770 graphics cards, which will be available to the market soon.
Intel has been delaying the release of the ARC Alchemist (DG2) desktop discrete graphics card. There are only a few days left in the so-called “late summer”, and Intel seems to be unable to fulfill its promise. Perhaps at the “Intel Innovation” summit in a few days, Intel will officially release the relatively high-end Arc A7 series, but the 13th-generation Core, which is Raptor Lake, will appear more likely. To make matters worse, next-generation graphics cards from Nvidia and AMD are already on the way. The former will unveil the Ada Lovelace architecture GPU at the “GeForce Beyond” special event, bringing the GeForce RTX 40 series, and the latter won’t wait too long.
In addition to the time to market, where there will be supply is also a question. Previously, the ARC A380 was only available in China for a long time. As for which, regions the ARC A770 and A750 will be available for first, or the launch time of each region, Intel has not confirmed.