Intel showed non-ethal video cards Arc A770 and Arc A750 from Gunnir and ASRock

Intel showed non-ethal video cards Arc A770 and Arc A750 from Gunnir and ASRock

At yesterday's event, Innovation 2022, Intel first showed non-ethalized versions of Arc A770 and Arc A750 from its partners Gunnir and ASRock. Until then, Intel showed only reference versions of these accelerators in its own performance of Limited Edition.

Gunnir confirmed some time ago that it was developing its own versions of the Arc A7 series of video cards. The manufacturer would include solutions with cooling systems with two and three fans. The video cards themselves have a thickness of 2.2 extensions. They received two 8-point additional power outlets. By comparison, the reference versions of these cards have one 8- and 6-point power outlets.

===Arc A770 Phantom Gaming and Arc A750 Challenger===ASRock also showed two versions of the new video cards: Arc A770 Phantom Gaming and Arc A750 Challenger.

Intel has confirmed that partners are allowed to change the frequency characteristics of accelerators. In other words, in non-ethal versions of the video cards, the graphics processor will be distributed to the factory. Unfortunately, in the presentation, Intel did not indicate the date of sale of the non-reciprocal versions of the Arc A770 and Arc A750 video card models. It is now known that sales of the older Arc A770 on the Limiteded Edition benchmark will start on 12 October. The map is estimated at $329.