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Intel CEO says first batch of Arc A770 is now ready for retail

It seems the Arc A770 graphics cards will soon arrive at retailers. Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger recently shared on social media a photo of him receiving an Arc A770, where he also stated that the first batch of the company's flagship graphics card is now ready for retail.

It may be a little too late, but they're finally coming! After numerous delays, the Intel Arc A770 graphics cards will soon arrive at retailers. However, an exact date wasn't disclosed. As Intel previously said, the release will be limited to specific regions and countries at first, but it will eventually launch worldwide.

The Arc A770 was initially planned to release in late summer, but as the end of the season approaches, the expected release date won't be met. As things are, the month of October seems to be the most likely for the release of Intel Arc A770 GPUs.

Intel will be holding the Innovation event in less than a week, giving the company a chance to discuss the upcoming graphics cards. Intel should also introduce the 13th Gen Core processors for desktops during this same event.

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KitGuru says: If Intel chooses the United Kingdom as one of the first countries to receive Arc Alchemist A7 series GPUs, would you buy one at launch?

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