Intel reiterates that it will not give up the independent display of games

 Due to the repeated delays in the launch of Intel Ruixuan A-series graphics cards, there have been rumors that Intel will cut off the game's independent graphics card.

Now PC Gamer has talked to Intel's graphics department and learned that Intel will focus on its graphics product roadmap as always, including gaming graphics products.

Intel's Tom Peterson said that Intel's discrete graphics cards have not been cut, and Intel's discrete graphics projects are the same basic technology development projects as data centers and integrated GPUs.

Additionally, Peterson confirmed that development on the next-generation Battlemage graphics cards has already begun, and most Sharp graphics engineers are now turning their attention to the second generation. Some engineers are even working on early third-generation Celestial technology.

Intel recently announced the prices of Ruixuan A770 and A750 desktop graphics cards:

  • Ruixuan A750: priced at $289 (about 2057.68 yuan), available on October 12
  • Ruixuan A770 8GB: priced at $329 (about 2342.48 yuan), available on October 12
  • Ruixuan A770 Limited Edition 16GB: $349 (about 2484.88 yuan), available on October 12

The parameters are as follows:

In terms of specific parameters, 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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