GUNNIR launches Arc A770 16GB Photon White GPU, new price cuts announced

Published: Apr 27th 2023, 09:16 GMT   Comments

GUNNIR launches first Intel Arc GPU in white

It is not just AMD and NVIDIA GPUs being discounted. 

Earlier this week, a new Intel AIC partner has emerged. A long-forgotten company called Sparkle introduced new graphics cards based on the Intel Arc Alchemist series. Those were the most recent updates to the Intel Arc family of products, which is still a small family. Sparkle will join brands such as Acer, ASRock, MSI, Gigabyte and GUNNIR, who are now exclusive board partners for Arc GPUs.

The good news for Intel fans is that there is a new design announced today, the GUNNIR Photon White. This model is based on Arc A770 16GB, which is the best Alchemist desktop SKU. It is a copy of the original black design with the same GPU configuration and power characteristics.

Arc A770 16GB Photon White OC, Source: GUNNIR

The new card features an ACM-G10 GPU with 32 Xe-Cores, 16GB GDDR6 memory clocked at 16 Gbps and a TDP (PL1) of 195W. It’s a 2.5-slot design with three 9cm fans. The card is now listed at 2899 RMB, the most expensive GUNNIR Arc GPU so far.

Speaking of prices, starting from today, GUNNIR is lowering prices on their Arc series. The price cuts are noticeable, up to 33% for the A380 GPUs and up to 13% for the A770. But one should note that some of these cards were available at lower prices during flash sales before.


To give you some perspective, compared to what was announced by GUNNIR in October last year, gamers would now get an Arc A770 upgrade from 8GB to 16GB memory for the same price.

The promotion will last until May 10th. However, given what is coming to the market next month (RTX 4060/RX 7600 series), those prices may just as well stay at this level.

Source: JD, ITHome

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