Intel will soon release the Arc A770 and Arc A750 high-end graphics cards, expected in October. In addition to partner products, Intel will also launch limited editions of its own.
During this time, Intel officials are also warming up to the new card, and Fellow Tom Petersen is very busy.
Today, Intel was more than generous in revealing a limited edition of the Arc A770, the interior design, and the Arc A750 limited edition overclocking.
When taken apart, the Arc A770's interior design is unpretentious,Full version of Alchemist ACT-G10 GPU core, 32 Xe core, surrounded by six 16GB GDDR6 video memory (8GB is also optional), 6-phase power supply circuit, system interface support PCIe 4.0x16.
The output interface hasThree state-of-the-art DisplayPort 2.0, as well as an HDMI 2.1, but non-public cards may only support HDMI 2.0 or HDMI 2.0B.
The standard6+8 pin auxiliary power supply portThe maximum power is 300W. However, the actual power consumption is not so high.
The cooling design is quite luxurious, includingTwo custom axial fans, air hood, high density aluminum fins, four 10 x 3mm flat pure copper heat pipes, vacuum cavity heating plate, pure copper base, fully covered backplane.
The Arc A770 was also designedFour zone RGB faith lamp, the fan, edge, back and Intel ARC LOGO are all designed with RGB LED, mainly with Intel blue tone and ARC graphics card purple tone.
In theory, these light effects should be customizable through the Arc control panel.
Intel says,The Arc A770's fan noise is only 39 decibels at a distance of 50 centimeters, and can be reduced to 35 decibels if the chassis is open, which is more like a whisper.
The overclocking test usesThe sub-flagship Arc A750, its default frequency is 2050MHz, but Intel explains that the Arc's official frequency setting is very conservative, the actual frequency will fluctuate in a range, especially light load will be significantly higher than the set value.
Intel points out that both manufacturers and players can overclock in the driver control panel by increasing the power range and adjusting the default voltage frequency curve.
For example, in Hitman 3, the default air cooling is used to unlock the power limit from 185W to 228W. The Arc A750 limited Edition can be easily overclocked to 2719MHz with the core temperature of 81℃ and the power supply circuit temperature of 88℃.