A lot of the unusual meets: Acer is showing its first graphics card under its own Predator gaming brand. This is based on Intel's Arc A770, the fastest model from Intel's GPU comeback. The design is also unusual.
Design with axial and radial fans
The model titled with the hashtag “PredatorBiFrost” apparently uses both a large axial fan and a radial fan. Two 8-pin sockets for power supply provide potential for overclocking with higher power consumption. The Arc A770 Limited Edition from Intel, on the other hand, is equipped with 8+6 pin sockets and specified with 225 watts.
Introducing the all new @intelgraphics #IntelArc A770 GPU, which we've christened #PredatorBiFrost. Paving the way for a new generation of awesome gaming! pic.twitter.com/MmN4rAszIt
— Predator Gaming (@PredatorGaming) September 30, 2022
So the big OEM Acer is now jumping on the custom graphics card train itself. ASRock, Gunnir and MSI have already promised custom designs with Intel GPUs.
October 12 will see the start of sales of the Intel Arc 770 and the Intel Arc A750, which will initially be available in three versions. Intel has only announced immediate availability for the USA for the Monday after next, but other countries should follow shortly afterwards.
The Limited editions in the editors
After the Intel Arc A380 (test), the editors will soon take a closer look at the Intel Arc A750 and the aforementioned Arc A770.
Oh boy, more work. pic.twitter.com/BdoygV2GdY
— ComputerBase 🕊️ (@ComputerBase) September 30, 2022