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Intel’s flagship Arc A770 may cost less than $400

An apparent presentation leak may have revealed Intel's pricing strategy for its upcoming A-series desktop graphics cards. So far, it looks like Intel's flagship A770 GPU will compete with the RTX 3060 Ti or RX 6650 XT in terms of price, coming in at under $400. 

The slide shared by Wccftech puts the A750 on par with the RTX 3060 and the Radeon RX 6600 in terms of pricing, meaning the upcoming GPU should cost between $300 and $349, which makes sense considering that Intel claims the GPU is up to 17% faster than the RTX 3060. Still, it's worth mentioning that compared to the two rivals, the Intel A750 comes with a much higher TDP, set at 225W.


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As for the A770, the MSRP should be in the $349-$399 range, putting Intel's flagship Arc A-series GPU at the same level as the RTX 3060 Ti and RX 6650 XT. The performance of this GPU is still unclear, but considering the claims regarding the A750, it should be a decent contender in this segment. Moreover, note that the A770 in this slide is listed with a 225W TDP and 16GB/8GB memory configurations.

In the $200-$299 segment, you can see the A580 with 8GB of memory and 175W TDP, rivalling the RTX 3050. Additionally, there's the A380 (6GB and 75W TDP) in the mainstream segment ($100-$149), facing the likes of the GTX 1650. Lastly, we have the A310 (4GB and 75W TDP) at less than $99.

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KitGuru says: The information on the slide suggests Intel is trying to undercut the competition by selling similar-performing GPUs cheaper than the competition. Whether that will work remains to be seen. Intel will need to be quick too, as next-gen GPUs from Nvidia and AMD are just around the corner. 

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