Intel Arc A770 and Arc A750: Unboxing and reviews should be fixed, but not the release


The never-ending story regarding the release of the first generation of gaming graphics cards based on Intel Xe HPG (“Alchemist”), which are to celebrate their premiere in this country in the form of the Arc A770 and Arc A750 , continues. While Intel repeatedly failed to meet the goals it had set itself, there are now dates in circulation.

Intel Arc A770 and A750 still without a date

< p class="p text-width">As the website VideoCardz claims to have learned from its own sources, the press has been informed about the next steps in the unscheduled release process of the two Arc graphics cards. While the Arc 380 (test), which is only extremely convincing to a limited extent, has meanwhile made it to Europe quietly and without major promotion from Intel, the embargo for product presentations in the form of an official unboxing is to fall on September 30th.

The embargo period for independent testing is set to expire on October 5th, while the release of the two graphics cards is still open, VideoCardz continues.

Embargo for Intel Arc A770 and A750 (source)*

  • Unboxing: September 30, 2022
  • Reviews: October 5, 2022
  • Release: Unknown

*) not officially confirmed!

It is still unclear when the two models based on the Intel ACM-G10 graphics processor will officially appear. Intel has once again missed the target that was recently corrected several times, summer 2022, and the release seems to be delayed further.

That too the winners of the A770 and A750 are still waiting

As part of a competition, the “Xe HPG Scavenger Hunt”, Intel promised the winners the two graphics cards Arc A770 and A750, but the 300 winners are still waiting in vain for their prizes and could already opt for a CPU as an alternative.

Alchemist vs. Ada Lovelace vs. RDNA 3

As VideoCardz now reports, the winners who didn't settle for a CPU have still not been given a date on when to receive their prize.

While Nvidia has already presented its new GPU architecture and the three new GeForce RTX 4000 based on it with Ada Lovelace and will gradually launch them on the market starting October 12th , the almost endless story about Intel Arc continues for the time being.

AMD has also already scheduled the market launch of the Radeon RX 7000 based on RDNA 3 for November 3rd.< /p>

Intel Arc A-Series Model Overview A310 A380 A580 A750 A770 Architecture Intel Xe HPG (“Alchemist”) Graphics Processor ACM-G11 ACM-G10 Process TSMC 6N Xe-Cores 4 8 16 28 32 FP32 ALUs 512 1024 2048 3584 4096 Memory 4GB
64-bit 6GB
96-bit 8GB
128-bit 8GB
256-bit 16GB*
256 -Bit TDP/TGP 75 watts 175 watts 225 watts *) Partners may also offer versions with 8 GB