ASRock Arc A770 GPU with 16GB VRAM drops to $299, 8GB model at $249

Published: Aug 20th 2023, 11:46 GMT   Comments

ASRock’s Arc price drops

ASRock have once again lowered the price on their Arc graphics cards.

The recently unveiled 16GB version of the Arc A770 GPU, which appears to be taking the place of the Intel Limited Edition model, now boasts a reduced price tag of $299. This marks a $30 drop from its launch price at the end of last month. Presently, it stands as the most budget-friendly 16GB graphics card available in the US market.

ASRock’s price reductions for their Arc GPUs don’t stop there, as the 8GB variant of the Phantom Gaming model also sees a price cut to $249. Additionally, there’s a price adjustment for the Arc A750 model, which has returned to its previous price point of $199 from a few weeks back. It’s important to note that Intel had officially reduced the MSRP for this card from the initial $279 to $249 a few months ago. However, with increased competition from the RTX 4060 and RX 7600 series, these cards were susceptible to price adjustments regardless.


If the rumor proves accurate, Intel may be gearing up for a refresh of their Arc GPUs. The leaked roadmaps have hinted at an Alchemist+ refresh, yet there hasn’t been any confirmation from other sources to date. The forthcoming Innovation 2023 event scheduled for September might serve as the perfect occasion for Intel to officially announce these plans.

Source: Newegg

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