Two months after the start of retail sales in China, the Intel Arc A380 graphics accelerator went on sale in the country (USA). The Intel A380 comes as the ASRock Challenger Arc A380 ITX graphics card.
The Intel Arc A380 is based on the ACM-G11 GPU with the Alchemist architecture. It contains 8 graphics Xe-cores. The card carries 6 GB of GDDR6 memory on board. The version from ASRock is made in a compact format. It is equipped with a single fan cooling system.
For the device, factory overclocking of the GPU is announced. The chip operates at a frequency of 2250 MHz, which is 250 MHz higher than the reference value. Despite this, the power consumption of the video card remained the same and is the reference 75 watts. The external connectors are three DisplayPort 2.0 and one HDMI 2.0b.
Intel Arc A380 price and availability
ASRock Challenger Arc A380 ITX graphics card appeared in the assortment of a large retailer Newegg.com at $139.99. The store indicates that the cards are in stock. There is no shortage of them because the seller is ready to give up to five accelerators in one hand.
As we mentioned above, the ASRock version of the Arc A380 comes with a single fan cooling system. If you’re interested in a Dual fan cooling system? Then you could go with the GUNNIR Intel Arc A380 Photon 6G OC graphics card, which is also listed on the Neweeg.com store but at a high price of $234.99.
Earlier this year, Zotac announced the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti AMP Extreme Holo graphics accelerator for powerful gaming computers. The new graphics card for gaming is built on the GA102 graphics chip, which includes 10,752 CUDA cores. The amount of GDDR6X memory with a 384-bit bus is 24 GB.