Both the Arc A770 and the Arc A750 should be available as of October 12th, and while we knew that the price will start at $329, Intel has now revealed full details.
According to fresh slides, the Arc A770 8GB will be priced at $329, while the Arc A770 16GB version price will be just $20 higher, at $349. The Arc A750, which only comes in an 8GB version, will be priced at a rather interesting price point, $289.
Interestingly, Intel targets the RTX 3060 with both the Arc A770 and the Arc A750, and this means it will be cheaper on all fronts, considering that the RTX 3060 is now going for around $380. It will be interesting to see how well it copes with the RTX 3060 Ti, or AMD's Radeon RX 6650 XT, which sells for around $320.
As said, Intel is comparing both the Arc A770 and the Arc A750 with Nvidia's RTX 3060 and has released a set of slides showing performance in several games, with a focus on ray tracing performance as well as utilizing its Intel XeSS, which we had a chance to check out earlier. According to Intel, the Intel Arc A770 offers over 42 percent higher performance per buck, when compared to the RTX 3060, while the Arc A750 offers up to 53 percent higher performance per buck.
Hopefully, we'll see a few more benchmarks before these cards to retail/e-tail shelves on October 12.