New Intel GPUs have been announced. Dubbed the A770, the GPU will be available on October 12.
Intel today announced that the Arc A770 limited edition would be launched on October 12th. Its CEO, Pat Gelsinger also revealed the pricing of A770, which features a full ACM-G10 GPU with 32 Xe-Cores and either 8GB to 16GB memory. The model will cost 329 USD (~₹ 26,784.22). However, it is believed that it must be for the 8GB model, while the cost for its limited edition model that features 16GB is yet to be announced. Only one out of the three GPUs was announced today, the other two are A380 and the A750. The A770 supports XeSS, Intel's AI-based image reconstruction and sampling techniques. It also has 32Xe Cores and ray tracing units.
Intel claims that its GPU offers up to 65% better peak performance versus competing products (presumably NVIDIA RTX 3060 series) in ray tracing. In addition, A770 features a full complement of 32 Xe Cores and ray tracing units.
Unfortunately, there is no information on A750 or A580 GPU availability yet, not to mention their prices. Ryan Shrout, the face behind Arc Alchemist's marketing campaign, confirmed that we would hear more about A750 GPU later this week. Furthermore, Pat Gelsinger confirmed that A770 LE is now shipping to reviewers.
Intel and its retail and retail partners will sell the Limited Edition. The company released these new pictures presenting the packaging we have seen in the teasers for the past few months. While the A770 will not be competing with NVIDIA's or AMD's high-end GPUs, it is priced to compete when it comes to performance value.