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Intel Arc A-Series would cost $99 to $399

Intel’s A770, A750, A580, A380, and A310 desktop discrete Arc graphics cards are slated to retail for $99-$399 and compete with AMD Radeon and Nvidia GeForce. However, the first Arc generation (“Alchemist”) should at most be on par with the Radeon RX 6650 XT and GeForce RTX 3060 Ti.

Alchemist would cost $99 to $399

Like the site, Wccftech would like to know from its own sources that Intel will be offering the first Arc-generation desktop graphics cards in stores at prices ranging from $99 to $399. The prices quoted are exclusive of taxes.

According to the website, the official slide from a previously unpublished presentation from the manufacturer also provides previously unknown details such as the TDP rating and target performance segment, as well as direct competition from AMD and Nvidia. Intel Arc (“Alchemist”) Specifications (source)* Wccftech’s new slide comes close to the first slide posted on the Chinese platform forum last September Baidu has been published.

Intel Arc A-Series – Pricing and Rating (Image: Wccftech/Baidu) Intel has divided its five desktop graphics cards into four segments or performance classes, Entry, Mainstream, Performance, and Performance+, as well as the corresponding TDP classes from 75 across to 225 watts. Intel Arc (“Alchemist”) – Review (source)* When the Arc A770, A750, A580, A380, and A310 go on sale outside the Chinese market is still completely open, even as tech YouTubers like Linus Tech Tips and GamersNexus are already presenting the A770 and A750 in a showcase to have.

Intel Arc A380 reviewed on ComputerBase

In the coming week, the editors will put the Intel Arc A380 to the test. This already caused some frustration, because the driver is, as can be expected in many places, on a real construction site. According to Intel’s internal benchmarks, the Arc A750 beats a GeForce RTX 3060 in hand-picked games. However, all preconditions have to be right for that to happen.

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