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Intel Arc A380 graphics cards will soon start to be officially sold outside of China

Intel Arc A380 graphics cards will soon start to be officially sold outside of China

Intel Arc A380 discrete graphics cards start to appear in US stores, writes VideoCardz.
For several months since its release they were sold only in China.
At first they were only sold as part of a ready-made computer assembly, but later they began to be offered as an individual product.
Now the novelties have made it to the U.S.
retail.Image source: VideoCardzThe ASRock Arc A380 Challenger ITX model, introduced back in early July, recently made its way to the U.S.
retailer Newegg, which priced it at $ 140.
For comparison, in China it is priced at $192.
The version from ASRock uses a non-standard PCB design and features a cooling system with a single fan.
The claimed power consumption level of the gas pedal is 75W.
It is equipped with one 8-pin connector for additional power.
Three DisplayPort 2.0 and one HDMI 2.0 interface are provided in the graphics interface set.Picture source: NeweggThe ACM-G11 chip inside the graphics gas pedal has eight Xe cores and is factory overclocked.
It runs at a frequency of 2250 MHz.
The card has 6 GB of GDDR6 memory with 96-bit interface support.
According to independent reviews, the performance of Intel Arc A380 falls short of Radeon RX 6400 - the weakest AMD's current generation card.
However, after additional overclocking, the card is able to compete with more efficient GeForce GTX 1650 from NVIDIA.According to US-based Newegg, shipments of ASRock Arc A380 Challenger ITX graphics card will start August 22nd.

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