Intel Arc A750 graphics captured up close

The A750 shown turned out to be the same board shown at IEM 2022 in June. This suggests that the featured card was not equipped with the full ACM-G10 GPU as was rumored.

In a video from a youtube channel, gives an overview of the Arc desktop series, including a description of the product stack and the current status of driver development. It also serves as a showcase for the new entry-level A380 model and the premium A750 variant. This is the first time Intel has publicly verified and shown the A750. Intel staff did not validate the A750 specifications. Company representatives simply said that the introduction of these cards would happen “sooner than expected”. It’s likely made up of 24 Xe-Cores combined with 12GB of GDDR6 memory, as the product name suggests. The A750 board was shown from several angles, including the side with the 8-pin and 6-pin power connections. Theoretically, this configuration could produce up to 225W plus an additional 75W through the PCI-Express slot.

The set of Alchemist desktop GPUs remain obscure. However, we can now add an MSRP column to our suspect specs table. Tom Petersen said today that although there is no official MSRP for the Arc A380 yet for the US market (the card debuted only in China only).

Intel ARC Alchemist Series Specification Estimates
GPUs Xe Cores Memory size Memory bus MSRP
Bow A770 ACM-G10 32 16 GB of GDDR6 memory 256 bit To confirm
Bow A750 ACM-G10 24 12 GB of GDDR6 memory 192 bit To confirm
Bow A580 ACM-G10 16 8 GB of GDDR6 memory 128 bit To confirm
Bow A380 ACM-G11 8 6 GB of GDDR6 memory 96 bit $129-$139
Bow A310 ACM-G11 4 4 GB of GDDR6 memory 64 bit To confirm

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