How much will Intel's Arc A-series GPUs cost? Pricing Leaks ahead of launch

Intel's Arc A-series has no answer to Nvidia's RTX 3070 and above GPUs

How much will Intel's Arc A-series GPUs cost? Pricing Leaks ahead of launch

Intel's ARC A770 should be available for under $400

Following the release of official benchmarks for their Arc A750, a slide has leaked that details the performance targets and pricing targets of Intel's entire Arc A-series. This series of graphics cards includes five GPU models, including the Arc A770, A750, A580, A380, and A310.

Intel's highest-end Arc graphics card is the A770, which is said to feature a 225W TDP and either 8GB or 16GB of VRAM. This graphics card is said to deliver performance levels that are similar to Nvidia's RTX 3060 Ti and AMD's RX 6650 XT.

Pricing-wise, the Arc A770 sits within an area of Intel's leaked slide that indicates that the graphics card will cost below $400. The graph also indicated that Intel is not releasing an Arc A-series graphics card that sits within the $400+ "Enthusiast" area of the GPU market.

How much will Intel's Arc A-series GPUs cost? Pricing Leaks ahead of launch

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Below the Arc A770 is the Arc A750, which is designed to compete with AMD's RX 6600 and Nvidia's RTX 3060. This graphics card is said to feature 8GB of VRAM and cost less than $350.

Next up there is the Arc A580, which appears to be a competitor to the RTX 3050. This graphics card also has 8GB of VRAM and should cost less than $250. Below tis graphics card are Intel's Arc A380 and Arc A310, which compete with Nvidia's GTX 1650 and GTX 1050 respectively.

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19-07-2022, 06:32:25

ET3D
Intel has officially said (on Gamers Nexus) that the A380 will cost $129-139.


Rather high power targets for Intel's cards.Quote

20-07-2022, 10:27:15

AngryGoldfish
Intel would have been the heroes if they had got these out a year ago, or even 8 months ago.Quote

20-07-2022, 16:49:43

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
Intel would have been the heroes if they had got these out a year ago, or even 8 months ago.
True, but IMO it is far better to delay something if it isn't right.

If their 3070 competitor does indeed cost $399 or less that is a win for every one.Quote

20-07-2022, 17:04:37

Warchild
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
True, but IMO it is far better to delay something if it isn't right.

If their 3070 competitor does indeed cost $399 or less that is a win for every one.
Should have delayed it longer if this is anything to go by.

https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/in...nplayable.htmlQuote

20-07-2022, 21:43:13

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Should have delayed it longer if this is anything to go by.

https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/in...nplayable.html
Well to be fair that is China's problem because it hasn't even launched in the West yet.

Just watched a LTT video and they are saying that the top end card will be cheap AF. They are very game dependent, but if your game is one in tier 1? you will be getting the best value for money in about a decade when it comes to GPUs.

The resize bar thing? well I would expect it to work better with it on, and AMD not supporting it is hardly Intel's fault is it? that's like asking Nvidia to work with AMD to make sure the competition is fair.

If the top end GPU does indeed come in at less than £400 I'm game. If anything just for something different, and reasonably afforable, to play with.Quote
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