Optimises many games
Intel has released a new GPU graphics driver for the Arc A770 and Arc A750 that optimises many games with minor performance improvements and fixes several key issues on nine titles.
Linux not so much
Intel and AMD-based platforms can update Arc GPU firmware, and Intel's Management Engine is not required for firmware updates, according to the latest pronoucement from Chipzilla.
Starts with custom Arc A380/A310 cards
Following the likes of ASRock, ASUS, MSI, and other partners, Gigabyte is now joining the Intel Arc party, and according to a few leaked EEC filings, we will see at least five SKUs, based on A380 and A310 GPUs.
Glitchy, no DirectX 12 or Vulkan graphics APIs
While Intel's Arc A750 and A770 GPUs have been finally released after so delays that even those waiting for Godot would have given up, there is some muttering amongst users about first-generation woes.
Both Limited Edition and custom designs from other OEMs
Intel has officially announced the general availability of its Arc A770 and Arc A750 desktop graphics cards. Some have already been spotted in retail/e-tail earlier and some have already started to show up in Europe as well.
Just $20 for 8GB more memory
Intel has revealed a bit more details about its upcoming Arc A770 and Arc A750 graphics cards, including the price for all versions, as well as a bit more details on the performance.
Preview: In-house benchmarks XeSS in Shadow of Tomb Raider
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has announced ARC 770 limited edition with an October 12 launch date and an aggressive $329 price tag. On the same day, Shadows of Tomb Raider got a XeSS update. The XeSS stands for Xe Super sampling, similar to Nvidia's Deep-Learning Supersampling DLSS and AMD’s FSR.
Priced at $329
During its Intel Innovation 2022 event, Intel officially launched its Arc A770 Limited Edition graphics card, which will be available as of October 12th, priced at $329.
Held its own against its betters
Intel’s upscaling tech, slated to be put under the bonnet of the Arc GPUs, is better than a poke in the eye with a short stick.
Updated: Raja Koduri shrugs his shoulders on these rumors
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that Intel is about to abandon its Arc project -- which was its attempt to get into the GPU market.