Intel Arc A770 and A750 desktop GPUs arrive for testing

Published: Sep 30th 2022, 14:42 GMT   Comments

Arc A7 GPUs are reporting for duty

Intel finally delivers Arc A7 GPUs to reviewers.

After months of waiting, Intel has finally delivers review kits to the media around the world. The kits feature Arc A770 and A750 Limited Edition models, considered Intel’s reference design. It’s the same design that go on sale next month.

The distribution of the Arc media kit happens just a day after the first 13th Gen Core “Raptor Lake” desktop CPU media kits were sent out as well. So, there is definitely a lot of work ahead for all these media outlets, who are getting both.

Intel Arc A7 Review Media Kit, Source: HardwareLuxx, ComputerBase

All review kits come with A770 and A750 GPUs hidden in a large outer boxes, but the actual product was delivered in retail form, just as it will ship to all gamers next month. Furthermore, Intel has bundled with some cool Arc swag, such as a screwdriver set and even an Arc neon/LED lamp. Those will obviously not be available with the product, but there is a chance that Intel will later sell it separately.

Intel Arc A7 Review Media Kit, Source: PCWatch, MyNavi

Just as we leaked last week, Intel A7 embargoes are as follows:

Arc A770/A750 embargo:

  • Unboxing : Sep 30, 09:00 (EDT)
  • Review : Oct 5, 09:00 (EDT)
  • Launch: Oct 12, 09:00 (EDT)

We are not aware of any changes to the review embargo, so you should expect first independent test results as soon as next week.

Intel Arc A7 Review Media Kit, Source: MyNavi

There are many more photos available here, but just in case you prefer video unboxing, check the ones below.

[HotHardware] Intel Arc A770 And A750 Graphics Cards - They're Finally Here! (6,160 views)
[JayzTwoCents] These GPUs might not actually suck! (793,606 views)

Source: HardwareLuxx, Computerbase, Overclocking, PCWatch

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