ASRock quietly launches its first Arc A770 GPU with 16GB VRAM at $329

Published: Jul 19th 2023, 19:09 GMT   Comments

ASRock A770 with 16GB memory costs $50 more than 8GB model

ASRock is reportedly launching a new Intel Arc A770 graphics card, according to one of the US retailers. 

The product page for Arc A770 went live this week without any formal word from ASRock. It appears that the new Arc GPU will feature twice the memory capacity of the existing Phantom Gaming model while retaining the same cooling design as the original. Therefore, the Intel Arc A770 GPU family will now expand to ten models, with half of them being 16GB models, including the now discontinued Limited Edition.

ASRock has not confirmed the existence of the new Phantom Gaming OC (A770 PG 16GO) model; we couldn’t find any information on the company website. According to the Newegg page, this card would have the same GPU clock as the 8GB model, running at 2.2 GHz (100 MHz higher than Intel reference specs).

ASRock A770 16GB PG OC, Source: Newegg

Unfortunately, it is unclear if the card has an increased memory speed of 17.5 Gbps, a feature found in all known 16GB models. The Phantom design is 2.8-slots thick and features three fans. Gamers should be prepared to connect two 8-pin power connectors to provide 225W of power.

In terms of pricing, the card is currently listed at $329, slightly cheaper than the A770 LE just a few weeks ago, but $50 more expensive than the 8GB model. Newegg does not currently offer any cheaper Arc A770 cards, with the only alternative being the Predator BiFrost from Acer, priced at $399. It’s worth noting that just last week, this model could be obtained for as little as $282. Gamers should definitely pay attention to Acer and ASRock offers, who are now getting into a small price war.

Source: Newegg via Bionic_Squash

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