Intel Arc A770 Desktop Graphics Card Spotted with Full ACM-G10 GPU and 2.4 GHz Clock –

Desktop Intel A770 detected

Intel Arc desktop graphics cards are finally appearing on the Geekbench website.

Desktop Intel Arc “Limited Edition” graphics card, Source: Intel

The flagship Intel ACM-G10 GPU may be released under the name Arc A770. One such graphics card has been tested on the Intel 9th ​​Gen Core “Coffee Lake” system with i5-9600K processor frequently used by Intel staff for internal testing. According to the Geekbench software, this would be a full implementation of the ACM-G10 GPU with 512 Execution Units (Xe Vector Engines) and 32 Xe-Cores.

The A770 memory allocated 12.7 GB, which probably means 16 GB, as some data was allocated to other resources. Interestingly, it is built with a 2.4 GHz GPU clock, so only 200 MHz higher than the Arc 3 series mobile GPU. Intel teased a 2250 MHz clock for a desktop card just a while ago.

Intel Arc A770 Specifications, Source: Geekbench

In the OpenCL benchmark, however, the A770 is not very fast. With a score of 85585 points, it is even slower than the GeForce RTX 3060 Laptop GPU (89012 points):

Intel Arc A770 Performance, Source: Geekbench

At present, it is unclear whether Intel is still planning a model called the A780, as it was rumored for a while. So far, Intel has only confirmed that it is developing a limited edition of a desktop Arc, but it was not confirmed whether this model is called A770 or A780.

The A770 would have 4096 FP32 cores, 16GB of GDDR6 memory, and GPU power of at least 175W. According to Intel, the desktop Arc series will be available this summer.

Intel Arc Alchemist GPUs AMD Radeon RX 6700XT NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Intel ARC A770
GPU AMD Navi 22 NVIDIA GA104-300 ACM-G10
Manufacturing node TSMC N7 SAMSUNG 8N TSMC N6
Die Size 336 mm² 392 mm² 406 mm²
Transistor number 17.2 B 17.4 B 21.7 BC
FP32 devices 2560 5888 4096
Boost ur 2581 MHz 1725 MHz 2400 MHz?
Memory 12 GB GDDR6 192-bit 8 GB GDDR6 256-bit 16 GB GDDR6 256-bit
Memory speed 16 Gbps 14 Gbps 17.5 Gbps
Short circuit 230W (TGP) 220 (TDP) 175W (GPU Power)

Source: Geekbench via @BenchLeaks