Intel has introduced a special version of Arc A750 Limited Edition graphics card for Chinese market.The new graphics card differs from the standard reference version Limited Edition only with minor cosmetic changes.On the casing of its cooling system with gold paint added lion picture.Image source: IntelThe card comes in a slightly differently designed in the product packaging.The general appearance is preserved, but different inscriptions and markings are applied to the package also painted in gold.Technically Arc A750 China Limited Edition from the normal version does not differ.There is no additional overclocking of the graphics processor or memory.At the heart of the gas pedal uses the ACM-G10 GPU with 28 Xe cores, 28 ray tracing blocks and 480 XMX matrix engines.Claimed GPU frequency is 2050 MHz.Intel Arc A750 has 8 GB of GDDR6 memory with 16 GHz 16Gb/s effective bandwidth, 256-bit bus bandwidth, and 512 GB/s throughput.The power consumption index of the graphics card is 225 W.Soon the novelty will be available in Chinese retail, as well as at various online venues.It is also important to note that the Arc A750 China Limited Edition is priced the same as the regular version - 2,499 yuan (about $344).
Intel reveals how to make Arc A770 and Arc A750 graphics cards save power at idle
Intel Arc A770 and Arc A750 reviews have shown that the graphics cards consume at least 41W of power even when idle.This is significantly higher than competitors whose power consumption in the same conditions can be less than 10W.Intel has proposed a solution to the problem of excessive power consumption of its graphics cards.Image source: VideoCardzIntel recommends to solve the problem of high power consumption of Arc graphics cards in idle mode to change some BIOS settings of your motherboard, as well as the power management scheme in the Windows operating system. Idle power consumption comparison chart for arc cards.Image source: TechPowerUpThe Arc architecture uses L0 and L1 power modes for PCIe 2.0, which are disabled by default and must be manually enabled by the user.The company recommends changing the ASPM (Active-State Power Management) feature settings in the BIOS.This is a power-saving technology for the PCIe bus.It is worth remembering that different manufacturers may use different names for the same parameter in the BIOS.\"It is necessary to set the Native ASPM parameter to Enabled in the BIOS.Then you need to find the PCI Express root port ASPM item and enable L1 Substates,\" Intel points out.After that, Intel recommends that you select the maximum power saving mode for Link State Power Management in the Windows power settings, as shown in the screenshot below.
Intel announced the launch of the Arc A770 and Arc A750, but you can't buy the graphics cards anywhere
Intel yesterday announced the launch of the Arc A770 and Arc A750 graphics gas pedals.So far, all indications are that, as was the case with the previously released junior model Arc A380, the launch was more of a formality.New graphics cards are simply nowhere available for purchase right now - at best the order is suggested to wait until October 17, and many vendors do not even indicate the terms.Image source: IntelIn the case of the Arc A770 and Arc A750 models, Intel has immediately expanded the list of regions where you can find these gas pedals.The official Intel website indicates that the graphics cards will be available in the U.S., Germany, Spain, Britain, Norway, Sweden, China, Australia, South Korea and Taiwan.At the same time new items will be available at a very modest number of retailers.In those stores where graphics cards are already listed in the range, they are not yet in stock.For example, a large American retailer Newegg cards are out of stock.Others offer to place an order. Image source: NeweggFrench retailer Topachat will get the graphics cards only on October 17.The Arc A770 reference model with 16GB of memory is priced at €460 there and the Arc A750 at €380.In Germany, only pre-orders are available, only in one store and only for the Arc A750.The price is €350. The British store Ebuyer has not yet received the new intel graphics cards either.No date of their appearance is given.The reference versions of the gas pedals there are priced at 400 and 330 British pounds, which is about $445 and $367 respectively. You can already order the Arc A750 and A770 in the reference version from the Polish retailer Komputronik.Delivery of the purchase is promised on October 20.Recall, that Arc A770 is based on ACM-G10 graphics processor with 32 Xe cores (4096 FP32 blocks), 32 raytracing modules, and 512 XMX engines.The card will be available in 8GB and 16GB GDDR6 memory versions.The recommended price for the version with 8 GB of memory is $329, and the variant with 16 GB of memory is $349.The Arc A750 uses a slightly \"stripped down\" ACM-G10 GPU with 28 Xe cores (3,584 FP32 blocks), 28 ray tracing blocks and 480 XMX matrix engines.The card has 8 GB of memory and is priced at $289.By now only ASRock and Gunnir have presented their versions of video cards.Also variants from Acer are preparing for release.
Technobloggers showed unpacking of reference versions of Intel Arc A770 and Arc A750 graphics cards
Technobloggers started getting Intel Arc A770 and Arc 750 graphics gas pedals for reviews.The ban on unboxing video cards was lifted today, so the reviewers rushed to take advantage of this.They showed off the cards in their Limited Edition reference design in all their glory.Image source: PCWatchThe review kits come in big boxes.The reference graphics cards themselves will be shipped to stores in blue cardboard boxes, which are shown in the photo above.Inside, apart from the graphics card buyers will only find documentation, and with the older model even a cable to control backlighting through the motherboard software.Source image: MyNaviIn addition to the graphics cards Intel has included different promotional materials, a set of branded screwdrivers, as well as a lamp in the shape of the Arc logo in the reviewer's kit.These things can't be found in retail kits, of course.Image source: MyNavi Image source: MyNaviWhich according to VideoCardz, Intel will allow Arc A770 and Arc A750 graphics cards to be reviewed starting October 5th.In the sale gas pedals will go on sale October 12.The older model is priced at $329, the younger - at $289.Above and below you can see the video portal HotHardware, as well as popular technoblogger JayZTwoCents, in which the unpacking of gas pedals.
Buyers of Intel Arc A770 and Arc A750 graphics cards will get Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and several other games
Intel Arc A770 and Arc 750 graphics gas pedals will come with a copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.Buyers of these graphics cards will also be able to get a copy of Gotham Knights, Ghostbusters and The Settlers, says gaming publication PCGamesN.Image source: PCGamesNIn their latest video on the performance of the Arc A770 and Arc 750, Intel representatives Ryan Shrout and Tom Petersen said that the company is \"bringing balance\" to the graphics card market.Both also claim that the senior Arc A750 \"offers 53% more performance per dollar than the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060.\"Image source: IntelShrout added that buyers of the Intel Arc A770 and Arc 750 will receive $70 activation keys for the game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.Meanwhile, early buyers of the gas pedals who register the graphics cards with the Gaming Access Program will also be able to get keys to three additional games: Gotham Knights, Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed and The Settlers.Intel recently announced the recommended price of the Arc A750 graphics card at $289.The graphics card uses the ACM-G10 GPU with 28 Xe cores (3,584 FP32 blocks), 28 ray tracing blocks and 480 XMX matrix engines.Claimed expected GPU frequency is 2050 MHz.The card features 8 GB of GDDR6 memory with 16 GHz effective bandwidth (16 GB/s), 256-bit bus bit rate and 512 GB/s bandwidth. The Arc A770 in turn uses ACM-G10 GPU with 32 Xe cores (4096 FP32 blocks), 32 ray tracing blocks, and 512 XMX matrix engines.The graphics chip has a claimed frequency of 2100 MHz.The card supports configurations with 16GB or 8GB of GDDR6 memory with an effective frequency of 17.5GHz (17.5Gbps) or 16GHz (16Gbps), depending on the capacity.As Intel notes, the latter has a 256-bit memory bus size and a bandwidth of 560 GB/s.In the reference Arc A770 Limited Edition, the graphics card will only be available with 16 GB of memory.Intel has priced the Arc A770 at $329.Both of these Intel gas pedals will go on sale Oct.12.On the same day, a much higher performance and much more expensive GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card from NVIDIA, which is priced at $1600, will go on sale.
Intel showed off non-standard Arc A770 and Arc A750 graphics cards from Gunnir and ASRock
At yesterday's Innovation 2022 event, Intel showed off non-standard versions of the Arc A770 and Arc A750 graphics cards from its partners Gunnir and ASRock for the first time.Until now, the company only showed the reference versions of these gas pedals in their own Limited Edition.Arc A770 and Arc A750 in Gunnir and ASRock implementations.Image source: Cool3CGunnir some time ago confirmed that they are developing their own versions of the Arc A7 series graphics cards.The manufacturer's range will include solutions with cooling systems with two and three fans.The graphics cards themselves have a thickness of 2.2 expansion slots.They got two 8-pin connectors for additional power.For comparison, the reference versions of these graphics cards have one 8-pin and 6-pin power connectors each.Image source: Cool3C Gunnir Arc A770.Image source: EngadgetASRock has also shown two versions of its new graphics cards, the Arc A770 Phantom Gaming and Arc A750 Challenger.Both ASRock graphics cards are also equipped with pairs of 8-pin auxiliary power connectors. ASRock A770 Phantom Gaming and Arc A750 Challenger.Image source: XFastest Intel has confirmed that partners are allowed to change the frequency characteristics of the gas pedals.In other words, in non-standard versions of video cards will receive factory overclocking of the graphics processor.Unfortunately, during the presentation Intel did not announce the sales launch date of non-reference versions of Arc A770 and Arc A750 graphics cards.At the moment we know that the sale of the senior Arc A770 in the Limited Edition reference version will start on October 12.The card is priced at $329.
Intel overclocked the Arc A750 graphics card to 2719 MHz and showed the Arc A770 in a breakdown
Intel continues to educate the public about its Arc A770 and Arc A750 gaming gas pedals, giving away information bit by bit.Earlier, the company announced the official specs of the graphics cards, and shared their performance data with ray tracing and XeSS scaling technology.Now, Ryan Shrout and Tom Petersen from the company have shared information about how to manually overclock these graphics cards.Image source: IntelAs usual, manufacturers rarely talk about manual overclocking, let alone talk about the potential of one or another video card from them.Intel has decided to go against the long-standing tradition.Ryan Schrout and Tom Petersen showed overclocking of the reference Arc A750 through the proprietary Arc Control app, increasing the GPU Power Limit from 185W to 228W and changing the voltage settings. The graphics card was overclocked using its regular cooling system.In the end, the graphics chip frequency was increased to 2719 MHz.To test it, the game Hitman 3 was run.The overclocking did not result in any significant increase in game performance.Before the manipulations with GPU frequency settings, the card was producing 90 frames per second, and after that - 95-96 frames per second.The temperature of the GPU itself rose to 81 degrees Celsius after overclocking, and the temperature of memory chips - to 88 degrees. Intel representatives also showed the flagship gas pedal Arc A770 Limited Edition apart.As it turned out, the reference version of the graphics card is equipped with a cooling system, which includes a solid aluminum radiator, copper evaporation chamber, as well as four flat heat pipes measuring 10 × 3 mm. The entire design is cooled by two fans.According to Intel, the noise level of the cooling system is less than 39 dBA.In the reference version, the Arc A770 has RGB backlighting. The reference Arc A770 motherboard has a VRM subsystem with six power phases, eight GDDR6 memory chips (total capacity of 8 or 16 GB), three DisplayPort 2.0 connectors, as well as one HDMI 2.1 port, which provides chip PCON.Non-reference variants of Intel's Arc graphics cards may also be equipped with an HDMI 2.1 connector, but it will be up to manufacturers themselves if they wish to use an additional PCON chip in their circuitry.Additionally on the reference Arc A770 one 8-pin and one 6-pin power connectors can be noted.
Intel has named the official specifications for the Arc A770, Arc A750 and Arc A580 desktop gaming graphics cards
Intel has announced the official specifications for three desktop gaming graphics cards - Arc A770, Arc A750 and Arc A580.The first two will be available in the Limited Edition reference version as well as partner versions.The Arc A580 has no reference version.It will only be available as a non-reference solution from Intel partners.Image source: IntelThe Arc A770 uses a full-sized ACM-G10 GPU with 32 Xe cores (4096 FP32 blocks), 32 ray tracing blocks, and 512 XMX matrix engines.The graphics chip has a claimed frequency of 2100 MHz.As Intel explains, this figure reflects not the maximum, but the expected frequency of the GPU.In other words, depending on the load it may be higher or lower than that value.The card supports configurations with 8 and 16 GB of GDDR6 memory with an effective frequency of 17.5 GHz (17.5 Gbps).As Intel notes, in the latter case, the memory bus is 256-bit and its bandwidth is 560 GB/s. The Arc A750 uses a slightly stripped-down ACM-G10 processor with 28 Xe cores (3,584 FP32 blocks), 28 ray tracing blocks and 480 XMX matrix engines.The claimed expected GPU frequency is 2050 MHz.The card features 8GB of GDDR6 memory with a 16 GHz 16Gb/s effective bandwidth, 256-bit bus width, and 512GB/s throughput.Both graphics cards feature a claimed power consumption rating of 225W.The reference cards have one 8-pin and one 6-pin connector each.Both models provide PCIe 4.0 support. About the third model, the Arc A580, the manufacturer described in a little less detail.The company indicated that the card is built on an ACM-G10 graphics chip, which has 24 Xe cores (3072 FP32 blocks), 24 ray tracing blocks, as well as 384 XMX matrix engines.The declared GPU frequency is 1700 MHz.It has 8 GB of GDDR6 memory with 16 GHz effective bandwidth, 256-bit bus bandwidth and 512 GB/s bandwidth.Intel did not disclose power consumption figures for this model yet.In the Limited Edition reference graphics cards will be available for purchase through Intel's online store, various online retailers, as well as various retail chains.It was previously reported that the launch will be limited, \"only in key markets.\" The company has not yet disclosed pricing for the gas pedals.In addition, Intel is still not saying when the cards will go on sale.
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