Intel confirmed that the video memory of ARC A770/A750 is 16GB and 8GB
Intel released the Intel Arc brand Alchemist (DG2) discrete graphics card at the end of March, but only last month officially launched its first product for desktop platforms, the entry-level A380. Intel has five Arc A-series graphics cards on the desktop platform, namely A770, A750, A580, A380, and A310. Among them, the Arc A770 with the highest positioning was unveiled in the video of Linus Tech Tips a few days ago, which not only showed the overall appearance of the Arc A770 graphics card, but also the game and overclocking performance.
Intel launched an event called Xe-HPG Scavenger Hunt on March 26 last year to promote the upcoming Xe-HPG architecture GPU. Intel will announce a topic at regular intervals, and these questions will have corresponding clues, which can be found in the information released on official social platforms. The grand prize (100) will receive an “Arc Premium” graphics card and a six-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass, and the first prize (200) will receive an “Arc Performance” graphics card and a three-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass.
According to VideoCardz, Intel officially announced the winners of the Xe-HPG Scavenger Hunt. In the relevant instructions, it is confirmed that the “Arc Premium” graphics card is Arc A770 with 16GB of video memory, while the “Arc Performance” graphics card is Arc A750 with 8GB of video memory.
Intel also confirmed that the Arc A750 graphics cards will soon be sending samples, and these graphics cards have been sent to Intel’s offices, but they will be tested internally before going out.
The Arc A770 uses a full-scale ACM-G10, with 32 Xe cores, 4096 ALUs and 32 ray tracing units, and 16GB of GDDR6 video memory. Arc A750 also uses ACM-G10, with 24 Xe cores, 3072 ALUs and 24 ray tracing units, and 8GB of GDDR6 memory. In addition, both graphics cards are equipped with an 8Pin and a 6Pin external power supply interface.