Another Intel Arc board partner emerges
Kuroutoshikou, a Japanese graphics card company, specializes in offering the latest NVIDIA and Radeon series. Recently, they made an exciting announcement regarding their entry into the Intel Arc market, expanding their product range and competition.
Their inaugural Intel Arc model targets professionals and is based on the Arc A750 SKU. This particular model features a cut-down ACM-G10 GPU with 28 Xe-Cores, as Kuroutoshikou hasn’t yet released a full 32-core version. It comes with a standard 8GB GDDR6 memory featuring 16 Gbps chips. The card has slight factory-overclocking at 2.2 GHz out of the box.
In terms of connectivity, the card is equipped with three DisplayPort 2.0 and one HDMI 2.1 outputs. Additionally, it requires two blue-colored 8-pin power connectors. Notably, the PCB itself is also blue, giving this card a unique appearance in the market.
Kuroutoshikou has set the price for this card at 22K Yen, which is considered affordable by Japanese standards. To gauge the response to their first Arc design, the company has prepared a limited quantity of these cards.
Joining a list of Intel Arc board partners, Kuroutoshikou stands alongside Gunnir, Acer, ASRock, MSI, Gigabyte, and Sparkle, further solidifying their commitment to the Intel Arc ecosystem.