Intel Announces Availability of Arc A750 and A770 GPUs, Starting at $289 and $329, Respectively

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Intel has announced that its Arc A750 and A770 GPUs are now available for purchase at select retailers. Users in the U.S. can find them at Micro Center locations (Dallas, TX, Chicago, IL, Houston, TX, Westbury, NY, Denver, CO, and Overland Park, KS) and Newegg, with the latter offering Intel’s limited-edition A750 and A770 graphics cards for $289.99 and $349.99, respectively. Both are out of stock at the time of this posting “because of high demand,” as noted in the A770 listing, but remain available for backorder. The ASRock Phantom Gaming Arc A770 has also been listed for $329.99.

Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition

  • 8GB 256-Bit GDDR6
  • Core Clock 2050
  • 1x HDMI 2.1 4x DisplayPort 2.0
  • PCI Express 4.0 x16

Intel Arc A770 Limited Edition

  • 16GB 256-Bit GDDR6
  • Core Clock 2100
  • 1x HDMI 2.1 4x DisplayPort 2.0
  • PCI Express 4.0 x16

From the Intel Arc website:

They’re finally here! The Intel Arc A750 and A770 GPUs officially launch today, October 12th in select markets. Everyone at Intel is beyond thrilled to get graphics cards with modern features and extremely competitive performance-per-dollar into your hands. Plus you get a lot of great gaming content with the Intel Arc A750 and A770 Graphics Cards! Gamers get Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II on Battle.net with purchase of qualifying Intel Arc 5 and 7 graphics cards and systems.

And by registering with Intel Gaming Access, Intel’s community engagement platform, users also get access to Gotham Knights, Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed, and The Settlers with qualifying purchase.

Bringing back balance to the GPU market is a commitment which we’ve talked at length about. Sharing Intel Arc gaming performance, overclocking, and advanced features like real-time ray tracing and XeSS upscaling, have been big steps on our journey to bring competition to the graphics market and now you can experience it yourself.

As indicated by their relatively low pricing, one of Intel’s goals with Arc graphics is to bring “balance back to the GPU market,” a segment that continues to see pricier and pricier products. The GPUs feature support for AI super sampling via XeSS, includes dedicated hardware for ray tracing, and are the first GPUs to offer hardware AV1 encode acceleration, according to Intel.

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