Intel officially launched the Sharp Dazzle A380 GPU, with a suggested retail price of $1,030 for its solo graphics, offering a 1080p 60fps gaming experience. At the time, Intel said that the graphics card was available in China in June, and then came to market in component form through OEMs.
It’s now July 14, and the Razzle A380 is still not officially available at retail.
Chinese manufacturer Blue Halberd is the only manufacturer to release the Razzle A380 graphics card. At present, its GUNNIR Intel Arc A380 Photon 6G OC model has been listed in Ning Mei, Ming Long Tang and other whole products, but not retail.
Although the Blue Halberd this A380 graphics card is not officially retailed, but the used platform has sellers on sale, the price starts at $1199, higher than the recommended retail.
According to the introduction, this graphics card uses TSMC N6 process, has 8 Xe cores, that is, 1024 stream processors, GPU frequency 2000MHz, equipped with 6GB 96bit GDDR6 video memory.
According to Intel’s official introduction, the Intel Razzle A380 GPU supports all the features of DirectX 12 Ultimate including hardware-accelerated ray tracing, and provides a smooth gaming experience of 1080p @60fps or more when running mainstream games such as League of Legends, Infinity, Skyward Sword and Jedi survival.