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First Intel Arc A750 custom graphics card makes an appearance at TGS 2022

The Tokyo Games Show has been the stage for many gameplay reveals and announcements throughout its duration, but games are not the only things being shown there. ASRock and Intel have chosen the conference to display the first Intel Arc A750 custom graphics card, the A750 Challenger.

PCWatch (via @momomo_us) has visited Intel's booth at TGS and took a few photos of it. According to the Japanese website, Intel's booth has many Intel Arc-equipped PCs, including desktops and laptops. From entry-level PCs using the Arc A380 GPUs to more powerful ones packing A7 series cards, there were plenty of options on display.

Besides the PCs, Intel is also showing visitors the ASRock custom Arc cards, including the Arc A380 Challenger and the unannounced Arc A750 Challenger. Intel and ASRock have yet to share details about this new card, but a quick look at the photos taken by GDM (via VideoCardz) gives us a few takeaways. The card features a dual-fan design to cool the unit and 2x 8-pin connectors to power it. Available video outputs include 3x DisplayPorts and an HDMI interface.

Intel Arc A700 series cards are expected to launch soon, but a firm release date hasn't yet been shared. In any case, they should release during 2022.

KitGuru says: For now, only ASRock showed an Arc A7 series GPU. MSI and Gunnir should be the next to present their custom Arc A700 series GPUs. Other AIB partners like Asus and Gigabyte have yet to show a single custom Intel graphics card, suggesting they might skip the Arc series.

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