Gunner introduced Intel Arc A770 and Arc A750 video cards with 8 Gbyte memory in Flux and Photon

Gunner introduced Intel Arc A770 and Arc A750 video cards with 8 Gbyte memory in Flux and Photon

Gunnir has officially introduced Intel Arc A770 and Arc A750 in its own versions of Flux and Photon, both of which will be released in black design.

It should be noted at the outset that all the video cards received 8 GDR6 memory GDDR6 with an effective 16 GHz frequency. Recall that, according to Intel, the Arc A770 video card supports two memory configurations, 8 and 16 Gbyte. However, the choice of memory volume will depend on the final producer.

For Arc A770 Flux B and Flux K, it is declared that the ACM-G10 graphics processor is being dispersed to a frequency of 2,400 MHz, 300 MHz higher than the reference value. The video map is based on the ACM-G10 graphics processor with 32 Xe kernels, 32 ray track blocks, and 512 XML matrix engines. The additional power of Gunnir Intel Arc A770 Flux B/Flux K is given through two 8-point relays.

The Arc A750 model uses a slightly "cut-down" ACM-G10 graphic processor with 28 Xe kernels, 28 ray tracks and 480 XML matrix engines. The frequency of the graphic processor is declared at the same 2,400 MHz as the Arc A770 model.

All of the new features presented are fitted with cooling systems with three fans, as well as lighting, and the thickness of the video cards is two expansion slots.

For example, the Arc A770 model in Flux K and Flux B is estimated at approximately $385, the Arc A750 model in the same performance received a price tag of $370, while the Gunnir Arc A750 Photon 8G OC model received a recommended value of $357.