Intel Arc A770 Custom GPU with Triple-Fan Cooling Introduced by GUNNIR

Intel Arc A770 Custom GPU with Triple-Fan Cooling Introduced by GUNNIR

As the rumored launch date for Intel’s Arc Alchemist range comes closer, manufacturers are coming forward with insightful news. 

The Chinese manufacturer GUNNIR has recently revealed the low-end Arc A380 custom graphics card.  

More exciting information awaits fans as GUNNIR also announced the Intel flagship Arc A770 custom design featuring a triple-fan cooler system. 

Intel Arc A770 Custom GPU With Triple-Fan Cooling Introduced By GUNNIR
Intel Arc Limited Edition Graphics

The Arc A770 will feature the Arc ACM-G10 GPU consisting of 32 Xe-cores with a 256-bit bus interface. Reportedly, the SKU will have two memory variants—8GB and 16 GB. 

The graphics card includes a 2.5 slot design and triple-fan cooling system compared to the current flagship design of dual-slot and dual-fan. 

The size indicates two 8-pin connectors for power and a standard triple DP and HDMI ports for output display. 

Other variants from the lineup are the Arc A750 and Arc A580, featuring 24 and 16 Xe-Cores, respectively. The Arc A750 will likely have two versions, i.e., 8GB with a 256-bit bus and 12GB with a 192-bit bus. The A580 will feature 8GB memory support. 

The graphics cards will be competing with NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4000 series with 2304 CUDA Cores and AMD’s Radeon RX 7000 series, based on RDNA3 architecture. Intel might have a slight advantage over the other GPUs, given the specs, but it is too soon to tell. 

Intel Arc A770 Custom GPU With Triple-Fan Cooling Introduced By GUNNIR
Intel Arc | Source: Intel

An earlier report showed similar performance of the A730M from the Arc range to that of NVIDIA’s RTX 3050 and 3060 variants.  

Here are the rumored specs for the A770, A750, and A580: 

 Arc A770 Arc A750 Arc A580 
GPU Variant Xe-HPG (512 EUs) Xe-HPG  (384 EUs) Xe-HPG  (256 EUs) 
GPU Die Arc ACM-G10 Arc ACM-G10 Arc ACM-G10 
Shading Units 4096 3072 2048 
Memory 8/16 GB 8/12 GB 8 GB 
Memory Speed 16 GBps 16 GBps 16 GBps 
Memory Bus 256-bit 256 & 192-bit 128-bit 
TGP 250W 200W 150W 

The Arc Alchemist range aims to provide a one-stop holistic gaming experience with its array of low-end and high-end variants for mobile and desktop platforms. The lineup has advanced features like GDDR6 memory support, Direct 12X, and more. Intel plans to release the GPUs by this summer.  

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