The Gunnir Arc A770 Flux Graphic CPU was dispersed to 2650 MHz, with a 6% increase in productivity

The Gunnir Arc A770 Flux Graphic CPU was dispersed to 2650 MHz, with a 6% increase in productivity

An overview of the Chinese resource Expreview received a graphic acceleration of Gunnir Intel Arc A770 Flux. The map itself has a factory-based acceleration of the graphic processor to 2,400 MHz, which is 300 MHz higher than the benchmark value, but journalists were able to conduct an additional acceleration and achieve stable work at 2650 MHz from the chip.

It is noted that the map is equipped with a 12-phase VRM power subsystem, built according to 8+4 and equipped with two 8-stroke power outlets. The Gunnir Arc A770 Flux is equipped with a cooling system consisting of three fans. The accelerator thickness is two expansion slots.

As previously reported, Intel releases two versions of Arc A770 from 16 and 8 Gbytes of memory, and the Gunner model received 8 Gbytes of GDDR6 memory at 16 Gbit/s.

In the performance of Gunnir, the map operates without problem at a frequency of 2,400 MHz. During the 3DMarc stress test, the GPU temperature did not rise above 67 °C, and the chip was stable in holding the declared frequency.

The average energy consumption of the video card was 283.5 W. At the peak, it reached 329 W. In the waiting mode, the map consumed 48.7 W, which is very high. It is likely that Intel will correct this problem in a new version of the graphic driver.

According to the Excelw reporters, they managed to disperse the Arc A770 graphics processor to a frequency of 3049 MHz. However, the accelerator was very unstable in this mode. By reducing the frequency to 2,650 MHz from the map, it was possible to achieve steady operation in all modes.

VideoCardz notes that video maps of Intel Arc A770 and Arc A750 in non-referral versions are almost impossible to find on the market. Moreover, the choice is small in itself. Only three companies, Gunnir, ASRock and Acer, produced their own versions.