At Tokyo Game Show 2022, Intel demonstrated Arc graphics accelerators for desktop computers. In particular, the accelerator Arc A750 Challenger developed by ASRock was shown, which has not yet been officially presented.
The accelerator shown is characterized by the fact that it does not repeat the Intel reference design, but represents an independent development. It is worth noting that ASRock also stocks an Arc A380 graphics card of its own design, making it one of the few manufacturers actively supporting Intel’s initiative to enter the gaming graphics accelerator market.
The Arc A750 is based on the ACM-G10 graphics chip. The configuration includes 28 Xe cores, 3584 FP32 cores and 448 XMX engines. The size of the GDDR6 memory with a 256-bit bus is 8 GB. Reference products have a GPU frequency of 2.05 GHz. The memory offers a bandwidth of up to 512 GB/s. Power consumption – 225 W.
As you can see from the photo, the ASRock Arc A750 Challenger accelerator has a two-slot design. The cooling system includes two fans with 11-blade impellers. Unfortunately, the mounting plate is not visible, so there is no information about the set of interfaces.
During Tokyo Game Show 2022, Intel also unveiled the Arc A770 Limited Edition accelerator, which features RGB lighting. You can learn about the characteristics of this model in our material.