Acer, which recently relied on Intel and the Arc A770 (test) and thus made its debut as a GPU on-board partner, is currently said to be producing custom designs from the Predator BiFrost series based on the AMD Radeon Prepare RX 7900 XTX and 7900 XT (test) with RDNA 3. A later entry into Nvidia's custom designs is also conceivable.
Acer would like to serve the DIY segment more strongly
As the two Chinese websites MyDrivers.com and ITHome claim to have learned from companies involved in the supply chain, Acer is targeting the ever weakening PC and OEM market with an increased focus on DIY products such as custom encounter graphics cards.
AMD Radeon next to Intel Arc in portfolio
It is planned to offer gaming graphics cards based on Intel Arc and AMD Radeon in the future. The manufacturer is keeping its own custom designs based on Nvidia's GeForce graphics processors open for the future. The usually well-informed board channels also confirmed this information.
First experiences with GeForce RTX 3000
Acer already offered its own custom design based on Nvidia Ampere with the Acer GeForce RTX 3090 Predator, but this was only used in its own gaming PC, the Acer Predator Orion 7000 with Alder Lake-S.
So far, there is no equivalent based on the GeForce RTX 4000 series from the Nvidia Ada Lovelace generation, not even in the manufacturer's current gaming PCs.
The information should be taken with a grain of salt as Acer has not yet announced this.