Biostar is another company to offer AMD, NVIDIA and Intel ARC GPUs

Published: Jun 1st 2023, 09:07 GMT   Comments

Biostar to launch Intel Arc A380 GPU

The company is preparing a small graphics card featuring Intel hardware.

Biostar Arc A380 GPU, Source: Hassan Mujataba/Wccftech

Intel is getting more attention from board partners. Taiwanese Biostar which is now offering AMD Radeon and NVIDIA GeForce series, will soon launch its first Intel Arc graphics card. The first Arc GPU from Biostar appears to be based on Arc A380 SKU, so a low-end model for starters.

The first photos of this design were shared by Wccftech editor, Hassan Mujtaba, who spotted the GPU on at the Biostar Computex booth. It shows a small Mini-ITX design with a single fan and aluminum heatsink. This is a plain design for an entry-level card without any additional features.

More importantly, Biostar will now become a fourth company to offer GPUs from all three major vendors. Thus far, only Gigabyte and MSI launched Radeon/GeForce/Arc GPUs to the market, but Acer has just announced they are working on Radeon series. This means that there will soon be now four companies ‘playing all cards’.

Companies that offer AMD, Intel, and NVIDIA GPUS:

  • Biostar
  • Gigabyte
  • MSI
  • Acer

Other Intel Arc vendors:

  • Acer
  • ASRock
  • Matrox
  • Gunnir
  • Sparkle

As of now, Biostar has not introduced any other Arc GPUs, but it is common for new vendors to start with the cheapest SKUs before going all in.

Source: Hassan Mujtaba

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