The prices of Intel’s Arc A770 and Arc A750 graphics cards are going down, which means they are getting cheaper and more affordable compared to the latest NVIDIA and AMD GPUs.
Let’s talk about the cool GUNNIR Intel Arc A770 Photon OC White! It has a big memory called a “frame buffer” with 16 GB, which is a lot. Intel used to make a special version with a lot of memory, but they don’t make it anymore. Now there are only two options with 16 GB memory left: one from GUNNIR and another from ACER. Sparkle, another company, will also have a version with 16 GB memory when they release their new lineup in stores.
The Intel Arc A770 with 16 GB memory used to cost $339 US, but now GUNNIR is giving even bigger discounts. In China, the price has dropped to just 2299 RMB or $318 US. Last year, it was sold for 3199 RMB, so the price has gone down by a lot, about -28%. That makes the A770 with 16 GB memory the cheapest one you can get right now.
There’s more good news! The Intel Arc A770 graphics card with 8 GB memory is on sale too. The ASRock Phantom Gaming version now costs $289 US, which is cheaper than the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 GPU. In our review, we found that the Arc A770 is a strong competitor to the RTX 4060, and these new price drops make it a great choice for regular gamers. Also, the ASRock Challenger version of the Arc A750 has a special price of $229 US, which is cheaper than the Radeon RX 7600.
Guess what? In China, you can buy the GUNNIR Arc A770 Photon FLUX graphics card with 8 GB memory for just $270 US. That’s the same price as the AMD Radeon RX 7600 GPU. So, you have the option to choose between these two at a similar price.
The AMD Radeon RX 7600 now costs $249 US, but if you choose the Arc A750 with 8 GB memory instead, you can save $20 US and still get similar performance. Intel has done a great job improving their Arc lineup with the A770 and A750. They have made the cards better with driver updates and lower prices. However, there are still some issues with the drivers, and we hope Intel fixes them quickly. This way, the Battlemage and the upcoming Xe-LPG iGPUs for Meteor Lake can have better drivers when they are released.
News Source: wccftech.com