Intel finally revealed the long-delayed desktop platform Arc graphics lineup, confirming only four models, divided into Arc 3, Arc 5, and Arc 7 three major series.
The Intel A770 and A750 are the only limited edition graphics cards in the desktop graphics lineup.
The company confirmed that the A770 will come with a full ACM-G10 GPU and 32 Xe cores at 2.1GHz, while the A750 will have 28 cores at 2.05GHz.
In addition, the A770 will come with 16GB or 8GB of GDDR6 memory, and it will be the only card in the series with 17.5Gbps of memory, with a bandwidth of 560 GB/s.
The Intel Arc A750 has 28 Xe cores and 8GB of GDDR6 memory at 16 Gbps with a bandwidth of 512 GB/s. Similar to the A770, the card has a total power of 225W.
The third model, the A580, has 24 Xe cores and 8GB of 256bit memory, but the GPU base frequency is only 1.7 GHz.
The lowest-end A380 has already been on sale in China, with 8 cores and 6GB of memory, with a domestic suggested retail price of 1030 yuan.
Intel said the limited edition models will be available through the Intel Online Store, retail and e-commerce channels, but has yet to confirm official pricing and release dates for its new desktop graphics cards.