The first batch of Intel Arc A770 GPUs are getting ready for retail, according to the CEO of Intel.
One of the original owners of the Arc A770 GPU is Intel’s CEO.
While Intel is getting ready for their own (delayed) introduction of GPUs, NVIDIA is practically counting down to the announcement of the GeForce RTX 40 series. The arrival of the mid-range/high-end desktop version of the Arc Alchemist series, which has previously been available for mobile and low-end computers, has been long awaited.
With the Arc A770 Limited Edition card, an Intel-designed product that will also be sold at retail, Gelsinger posed for a picture. The company is now developing the first batch of these cards for launch, according to Intel CEO, but no specific date was given.
— Pat Gelsinger (@PGelsinger) September 19, 2022
There are now only four days left for Intel to keep its commitment to release Arc A7 GPUs “later summer,” as the corporation has been deliberately postponing the release of Arc Alchemist desktop. Though it seems quite implausible, this date.
It’s likely that Intel will introduce the GPU series during the Innovation event, which happens just four days later (September 27th). The business will also introduce its Raptor Lake 13th Gen Core desktop CPU series on this day.