Intel has confirmed the availability of two variants of the A770 GPU, with 8GB and 16GB memory. The former will be available at an initial price of $329 USD while the latter will be priced at $349 USD. Intel has also confirmed that the Limited Edition will be priced at $349 USD. The Limited Edition is only available with 16 GB of VRAM. The TDP of this model is 225 W and features a full ACM-G10 GPU with 32 Xe-Cores. The A770 with 8GB is exclusive to board partners such as ASRock and GUNNIR.
In addition, the pricing of the A750 has finally been determined. The ACM-G10 GPU has been scaled down to 28 Xe-Cores and 8 GB of VRAM. Intel chose to price this card at $289, just $30 less than the A770 8GB.
The Limited Edition will be available through retail partners on the day of release. Currently we only have the information for the US market, but Intel is focused on expanding its card distribution to other international and regional markets. However, the suggested retail price for other countries has not yet been announced.
Release dates for all of Intel’s GPUs have been confirmed and they are all slated for October 12. This means that we will see not one but four separate cards: the RTX 4090, the A770 16GB, the A770 8GB and the A750. Tom Petersen has announced that we will be seeing reviews for Arc A7 GPUs next week.