PC Watch has just posted a set of photos of ASRock Arc A750 Challenger, a non-public version of the Intel Arc Alchemist graphics card, at the Tokyo Game Show 2022 booth. In terms of form factor, the card features a dual-slot, dual-fan design. The thick aluminum fins have multiple thicker heat pipes running through them and the pair of fans are around 10 CM in diameter.
The Arc A750 uses the same 6nm “DG2-512” core as the A770 “Limited Edition”.
The Arc A770 has the full 32 Xe Cores / 512 EU / 4096 unified shaders enabled, while the A750 has only 28 Xe Cores / 448 EU / 3584 unified shaders enabled.
The card also features 16Gbps GDDR6 memory with 256-bit width @ 8GB (512 GB/s bandwidth), 448 XMX units for AI acceleration and XeSS, and 28 RT optical chasing units.
The public GPU of Arc A750 is clocked at 2050 MHz, but ASRock “Challenger” series is usually a factory overclocked SKU.
For display output, there are still 3 DisplayPort + 1 HDMI on the back panel. For power supply, the card features dual 8-pin connectors, complemented by the Arc logo with light effects.