Today we come across the first real images of the Intel Arc 770 limited edition, GPU that the company took to the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) and which could be photographed. The images only confirm its design and the use of a configuration of dual fan with 15 blades each. For the rest, officially, we only know that it will arrive in the summer in the form of a limited edition.
This GPU should arrive with the graphics chip Intel ACM-G10 manufactured at 6nm by TSMC with 32 Xe-Cores inside, which translates to 4096 execution units it could go together 16 GB/8 GB of GDDR6 memory with a memory interface of 256 bitand would be powered by two 8+6 pin PCI-Express connectorswhile its performance could be similar to that of an AMD Radeon RX 6700 or an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070, although the biggest question is when will they be available, if driver-wise they will measure up, and of course, if all this will have a good price or not.
Just below, in the mid-range, we will have the GPUs Intel Arc A750 with the same chipset limited to a configuration of 3072 execution units with 12 GB of memory and a 192-bit interface, as well as a Intel Arc A580 with 2048 execution units, 8 GB of memory and 128 bits.
Already in the low and entry-level range we have the Intel Arc A380, Arc A350 and Arc A310, with Execution units 1024, 768 and 512 with 6GB/4GB/4GB GDDR6 memory and 96/64/64 bit interface.
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