ASRock Arc A750 Challenger 8GB is now available for just $179

Published: Jul 15th 2023, 15:27 GMT   Comments

Intel Arc A750 now at $179

Intel’s second-best desktop GPU dropped $100 since launch.

This past week witnessed a plethora of GPU deals due to the conclusion of Amazon Prime Day and Newegg’s Fantastech offers. However, with both promotions now over, gamers must redirect their attention to discovering equally enticing deals that will justify their hard-earned money.

ASRock aims to address this concern with an offer on the Arc A750 Challenger series. To refresh your memory, the Arc A750 with 8GB was initially launched last year at $279, but Intel swiftly recognized that this price was inadequate to secure a significant market share against its competitors. Consequently, the price was reduced to $249 in February.

Over the past few weeks, AMD unveiled its Radeon RX 7600 at $279, swiftly followed by NVIDIA’s introduction of the RTX 4060 priced at $299. Even with the revised price, the Arc A750 remained an unattractive choice. However, after five months, the situation has drastically changed as the Arc A750 has now reached a price point of $179 at Newegg.

Arc A750 selling at $179, Source: Newegg

The ASRock Challenger model is currently listed at $199, but customers can further reduce this price by using a $20 coupon code “VGAEXCAA784,” bringing the final price down to $179. This marks the lowest price ever offered for this card, and it will undoubtedly be easier for Intel and ASRock to convince gamers to pay less than $180 for the 8GB models.

Source: Newegg (affiliate link)

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