Intel Reveals MSRP of A770 GPU Available in Two Memory Variants 

Intel Reveals MSRP of A770 GPU Available in Two Memory Variants 

Intel’s upcoming A7 series will feature the latest technology in terms of performance, graphics, and power. The GPUs are expected to outperform AMD’s RTX 30 series and even the next RTX 40 range. 

Intel confirmed its Arc A770 GPU would be available in two memory variants— 8GB and 16GB, priced at $329 and $349, respectively.  

Intel Reveals MSRP of A770 GPU Available in Two Memory Variants
Intel A770 and A750

The Limited Edition A770 GPU will only be available with 16GB VRAM and cost around $349, as revealed by Intel. The processor will be based on the ACM-G10 GPU featuring 32 Xe-Cores with a default TDP of 225W. The Limited Edition model will be available on the launch day itself. 

The A770 8GB graphics card will be manufactured by Intel’s board partners, such as ASRock and GUNNIR.  

Intel Reveals MSRP of A770 GPU Available in Two Memory Variants
Intel A770

Intel also revealed the retail cost for the A750 GPU. The 8GB processor is paired with the ACM-G10 GPU with 28 Xe-Cores. The card will be directed towards the low-end market segment and will only cost $289, just $30 less than the A770. 

Intel Reveals MSRP of A770 GPU Available in Two Memory Variants
Intel A750

All models will be launched on October 12th, so fans will get to see four new GPUs on the same day— RTX 4090, A770 16GB, A770 8GB, and A750. As Intel lifts the embargo on A7 GPUs soon, we can expect more details from the tech reviews. 

The official MSRP for other countries has not been revealed yet. However, Intel is working on supplying GPUs worldwide. 

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Intel Corporation is an American multinational corporation and technology company headquartered in Santa Clara, California, in Silicon Valley. It is the world’s largest semiconductor chip manufacturer on the basis of revenue, and is the developer of the x86 series of microprocessors – the processors found in most personal computers (PCs).

Incorporated in Delaware, Intel ranked No. 46 in the 2018 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue.