Intel confirms Arc A770 Limited Edition graphics card

Published: Jul 16th 2022, 06:20 GMT   Comments

Intel ARC A770 confirmed

Intel wants to steal the spotlight this week with the exclusive reveals of their desktop GPUs.

Intel Arc A770 Limited Edition desktop GPU, Source: LinusTechTips

Intel employees Tom Petersen and Ryan Shrout are on a tour visiting popular YouTubers, where new desktop Arc Alchemist graphics cards are shown for the first time. The company has just revealed their Arc A750 Limited Edition GPU with Gamers Nexus and now the time has come to show the flagship model known as A770.

During LinusTechTips WAN Show, we got to see the full card labeled as “Limited Edition” up close. The Limited Edition means that the card has a custom cooling solution equipped with subtle RGB lighting.

Intel Arc A770 Limited Edition desktop GPU, Source: LinusTechTips

Linus is yet to post the video featuring the actual card in action. It has been said that the game was demonstrated in games such as Cyberpunk 2077, but no synthetic benchmarks were allowed at this point. This is because Intel is currently not sampling this card yet.

According to Petersen, the A770 is the first card you can finally game on and it also overclocks really well, he added. The card itself has identical design as A750 LE, which is dual-fan, four display connectors (3xDP, 1xHDMI) and dual power connectors (6-pin and 8-pin).

Unfortunately no specifications were confirmed today, but the A770 had appeared in multiple leaks already, and we know it will feature a full ACM-G10 GPU with 32 Xe-Cores. In terms of memory configuration it should launch with 16GB of GDDR6 memory, which is the highest configuration from all desktop Alchemist SKUs.

Intel Arc A770 Limited Edition desktop GPU, Source: LinusTechTips

This model will go on sale through retail channel sooner than ‘we know it’. The A770 LE will not be exclusive to one store, so like NVIDIA does with Founders Edition and BestBuy. The launch of high-end desktop Arc Alchemist graphics cards is expected later this summer. Intel has not confirmed the launch date though.


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