GUNNIR launches special edition of Arc A770/A750 Photon GPUs for Asian Games 2022

Published: Sep 5th 2023, 08:37 GMT   Comments

Arc A770/A750 designed for Asian Games E-sports competition

GUNNIR has finally released its ASIAN GAMES graphics card series.

The Asian Games 2022, originally postponed for a year, are set to take place this year. Notably, this edition will mark the introduction of e-sports competitions. In preparation for this event, Intel and Gunnir have collaborated to create a special edition of graphics cards, utilizing the Arc Alchemist architecture.

Gunnir has opted to showcase two of their latest releases, specifically the Arc A770 and A750 Photon series in a white color variant. It’s worth noting that the company already boasts an extensive portfolio of Arc GPUs, arguably the most comprehensive among all board partners in the market. With the addition of these new cards, Gunnir’s offerings now encompass a total of 12 models.

These Asian Games editions will come in two variants, primarily distinguished by their backplates and packaging. While the model based on the Valorant game has yet to hit the retail shelves, the version featuring iconic graphics from the Asian Games is now available for purchase.

Arc A750/A770 Photon White X Asian Games, Source: GUNNIR

Today, Gunnir has introduced two new graphics card models. The first utilizes the A750 SKU, while the second is based on the 16GB variant of the A770. Interestingly, both of these models share an identical design, featuring a triple-fan cooling solution with a 2.5-slot profile. Furthermore, they maintain the same GPU clock speed, set at 2400 MHz. Additionally, both models come equipped with dual 8-pin power connectors, providing ample power for demanding tasks.

Arc A750/A770 Photon White X Asian Games, Source: GUNNIR

The A750 Photon card is currently available for purchase at a price of 1699 RMB, which equates to approximately $232 USD. On the other hand, the A770 model with 16GB is currently being offered at a presale price of 2399 RMB, equivalent to around $328 USD. It’s worth noting that these prices already include the Chinese sales tax, which is approximately 13%.

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