Intel may release its first Arc graphics cards for desktop PCs in late May or early June. Wccftech reports this based on its own sources. The company will announce, among other things, the Arc A750, which should rival the RTX 3060 with a suggested retail price of $350.
According to Wccftech Intel initially announced three desktop graphics cards, consisting of a mid-range model and two lower-tier cards. The Intel Arc A750 and A580 may hit the market in late May or early June, followed by the Arc A380 a few weeks later. Intel’s upcoming flagship, the Arc A780, will not appear until much later. The company attributes this to its own sources from Taiwan, who stated that Intel shares this information with companies in its supply chain.
Wccftech also publishes potential suggested retail prices for the first three Arc desktop cards. According to the website, the Arc A750 costs $350 and competes with Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3060. The Arc A580 is comparable to the RTX 3050 and will cost $280. The A350 should cost $150 and compete with the GTX 1650.
Intel itself does not yet share the proposed official retail prices. Therefore this information should be taken with caution. The company previously said that the first Arc . desktop video cards come out this quarter, which corresponds to Wccftech information. Previously released by Intel The first Arc video cards for laptops New alternatives to laptop computers will be launched early this summer.
|Possible release dates and suggested retail prices for Intel Arc desktop cards (via Wccftech†|
|video card||Similar GPUs||Recommended Retail Price||Expected release date|
|Intel Arc A750||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060||350 dollars||End of May / Beginning of June|
|Intel Arc A580||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050||$280||End of May / Beginning of June|
|Intel Arc A380||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650||$150||July (temporary)|
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