Intel Ruixuan A750 limited edition desktop display more physical images exposed

In March this year, Intel released the Ruixuan mobile graphics card, and at the same time announced that the limited edition of Ruixuan desktop graphics card will be released this summer. Recently, Tom Petersen and Ryan Shrout from Intel visited the Gamers Nexus studio to discuss the new Sharp desktop graphics card and show what the A750 limited edition desktop graphics card will look like.

As can be seen from the picture, the Intel Sharp A750 limited edition desktop independent display adopts a low-key pure black design, with the same black dual fans, and dual slot thickness and the other side has a diagonal stripe design similar to the previous rendering.

From the side, the A750 limited edition desktop independent display is equipped with 8-pin and 6-pin power interfaces, and the theoretical maximum power supply can reach 225W.

Intel's official website has not yet announced the parameters of this A750. At present, there is only Ruixuan A380 desktop graphics card, which has 8 Xe cores, 1024 stream processors, a maximum GPU frequency of 2450MHz, and is equipped with 6GB 96bit GDDR6 video memory. The A750 will have higher specs than the A380.

Intel Sharp A750 Limited Edition will retail. It is expected that Chinese manufacturers will be the first to launch a non-public version of the Ruixuan A750.

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