Intel CEO Pat Kissinger happily posted the Ruixuan A770 alone

NVIDIA RTX 40 series graphics cards will be released tonight, and Intel's mid-to-high-end independent graphics are finally coming. Today, Intel CEO Pat Kissinger tweeted a picture of himself getting the Ruixuan A770, the brand's high-end graphics card.

Pat Kissinger smiled brightly while holding the graphics card, and tweeted that he "had a surprise on a rainy Sunday night". In addition, Pat Kissinger said that " the first batch of A770 graphics cards are being prepared for retail ", and it seems that the delayed mid-to-high-end independent graphics card will finally be launched.

It is very likely that Intel will launch the A770/A750 discrete graphics at its innovation event on September 27. On this day, Intel is also expected to unveil its 13th-generation Core desktop CPU lineup, known as Raptor Lake.

Intel's flagship graphics card Ruixuan A770 Limited Edition uses 32 Xe cores, and the marked GPU frequency is 2100MHz, but through voltage curve modification and power limit adjustment, it can reach a stable frequency of 2.7 GHz. In other respects, this graphics card is equipped with 16GB 17.5Gbps 256bit GDDR6 memory, 225W TDP, 8+6pin power supply, four DP 2.0 ports and one HDMI 2.1 port.

The second flagship graphics card Ruixuan A750 Limited Edition uses 28 Xe cores, the marked GPU frequency is 2050MHz, equipped with 8GB 16Gbps 256bit GDDR6 memory, TDP 225W, powered by 8+6pin, equipped with four DP 2.0 ports and one HDMI 2.1 port.

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