Intel spent several weeks playing Xe-HPG Scavenger Hunt, in which users were to discover some hidden information left by the manufacturer on their social platforms. The prizes were 100 "premiums" and 200 "productive" video cards from the Arc Alchemist series.
This week, Intel first showed the desktop video cards Arc A770 and Arc A750. However, the company missed many important details about them. For example, it did not report the technical characteristics of the accelerators.
Today, Intel confirmed that the winners of Xe-HPG Scavenger Gunt will receive these video cards. It also reported that the Arc A770 model has 16 Gbytes of memory on board, and the Arc A750 model received 8 Gbyte of memory.
Intel added that they understand the anger of their fans over the delayed launch of Arc's video cards. The company also noted that the release was "already approaching." The manufacturer confirmed that it would soon be sending samples of the Arc A750 model for testing. The accelerators had recently arrived at Intel's offices and were now undergoing internal testing before sending the media to the reviews.
According to the latest rumours, the cost of Arc A770 and Arc A750 would be less than $400 in the roses.