Official Intel Arc A770, A750, and A580 Graphics Card Specs Revealed - High-End Alchemist ACM-G10 GPU, up to 32 Xe-Cores, 16GB GDDR6 Memory

Official Intel Arc A770, A750, and A580 Graphics Card Specs Revealed – High-End Alchemist ACM-G10 GPU, up to 32 Xe-Cores, 16GB GDDR6 Memory

Intel has officially detailed the specs for its high-end Alchemist graphics cards, the Arc A770, Arc A750, and Arc A580. These three Arc cards will launch this month, offering performance and competitive pricing to players.

Breaking Coverage of Intel’s Arc A770, Arc A750, Arc A580 High-End Graphics Cards, Official Specs Revealed

Intel Arc A7 and Arc A5 graphics cards will be the only desktop families to use the best-in-class ACM-G10 “Alchemist” graphics processor. There are three graphics cards in the desktop family that use this design, including the Arc A770, Arc A750, and Arc A580. Today, Intel is removing the lid from its Arc A770, Arc A750, and Arc A580 graphics cards. On top of that, here’s all the official Arc coverage we’ve reported so far:

Intel Arc A770 graphics card – 32 Xe cores, 16 GB memory, 2.1 GHz

The Intel Arc Alchemist lineup will include the flagship Arc A770 which will feature the full ACM-G10 GPU with 32 Xe-Cores and a 256-bit bus interface. The Intel Arc A770 will offer both 16GB and 8GB versions on a 256-bit bus interface and 225W TDP. Card clock speeds will be rated at 2.1 GHz for the GPU (clock graphics) and 17.5 Gbps for GDDR6 memory, providing up to 560 GB/s of bandwidth.

It should be positioned in the same performance category as the RTX 3060 Ti but will offer slightly higher performance. We’ve seen several Arc A770 benchmarks here and here. The graphics card is expected to cost between US$349 and US$399.

Intel Arc A750 graphics card – 28 Xe cores, 8 GB memory, 2.05 GHz

The second part is the Intel Arc A750 which will also be equipped with an ACM-G10 GPU but will house 28 Xe cores (3584 ALUs), 28 ray tracing units 8 GB of GDDR6 memory running on a 256-bit bus interface and a 225W TDP target, identical to the Arc A770. The card will feature a 2050 MHz GPU and a memory clock rate of 16 Gbps for an effective bandwidth of 512 GB/s.

This GPU will target the mobility options of the GeForce RTX 3060 series. Intel has shown the card to average 5% faster than the RTX 3060 across 48 modern titles. You can read more about the performance numbers here.

Intel states that their reference design will be part of their IBC or “Intel Branded Card” offerings which use a reference PCB and cooler designed by Intel themselves and parts sourced from their partners and assembled in Malaysia. These limited-edition products will be available at launch directly from retailers and e-merchants. The graphics cards will be launched in key market regions.

The Intel Arc A770 and Arc A750 graphics cards will both be offered in limited editions and also in custom designs that will be available worldwide. The Arc A770 will be as high as the Alchemist range and if you were looking for more enthusiastic variants, you’ll have to wait for the next-gen “Battlemage” range.

Intel Arc A580 graphics card – 24 Xe cores, 8 GB memory, 1.7 GHz

The Intel Arc 5 line is expected to include only one variant, for now, the Arc A550. The graphics card is expected to feature 24 Xe cores (3072 ALUs) and will also feature 8GB of GDDR6 memory on a 256-bit wide bus interface at the same 16Gbps clocks for 512Gbps bandwidth.

The graphics card is expected to compete with the RTX 3050 and will target the US$200-299 segment with a TDP of 175W. This variant is likely to be one of the best sellers if its price can be lower than US$250 and close of US$200, as it will bring it closer to the RX 6500 XT while offering better performance and a finer feature set like AV1, XeSS, better ray tracing capabilities to name a few.

“Official” Intel Arc A-Series Desktop Graphics Family:

Graphics card variant GPU die Shading units (cores) XMX Units GPU clock (graphics) Memory capacity Memory speed Memory bus Bandwidth TGP Price
Bow A770 Bow ACM-G10 4096 (32 Xe cores) 512 2.10GHz 16 GB GDDR6 17.5 Gbps 256 bit 560 GB/s 225W $349 to $399 USD
Bow A770 Bow ACM-G10 4096 (32 Xe cores) 512 2.10GHz 8 GB GDDR6 17.5 Gbps 256 bit 560 GB/s 225W $349 to $399 USD
Bow A750 Bow ACM-G10 3584 (28 Xe cores) 448 2.05GHz 8 GB GDDR6 16 Gbps 256 bit 512 GB/s 225W $299-$349 US
Bow A580 Bow ACM-G10 3072 (24 Xe cores) 384 1.70GHz 8 GB GDDR6 16 Gbps 256 bit 512 GB/s 175W $200 to $299 USD
Bow A380 Bow ACM-G11 1024 (8 Xe colors) 128 2.00GHz 6 GB GDDR6 15.5 Gbps 96 bit 186 GB/s 75W $129-$139 US
Bow A310 Bow ACM-G11 512 (4 colors Xe)) 64 To be determined 4 GB GDDR6 16 Gbps 64 bit To be determined 75W $59 to $99 USD

Intel plans to launch its Arc 7-series GPUs, including the Arc A770 and Arc A750 later this month, while the Arc A580 will launch later in the next quarter, so stay tuned. listen for more information on the Intel Arc lineup.

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