Titan, Orc, and Elf series cards
Sparkle has not been around in the GPU market for quite some time, but it appears to be coming back with Intel's Arc graphics cards.
Arc A770, A750, and A380
Intel has slashed prices of some of its Arc GPU graphics cards, including the Arc A770 8GB, Arc A750, and the Arc A380, which is now listed for $120.
Starts with custom Arc A380/A310 cards
Following the likes of ASRock, ASUS, MSI, and other partners, Gigabyte is now joining the Intel Arc party, and according to a few leaked EEC filings, we will see at least five SKUs, based on A380 and A310 GPUs.
$139.99 for ASRock Challenger Arc A380 OC
The Intel Arc A380 has finally appeared in the US and ASRock Arc A380 OC custom version is now available for back order over at Newegg.com for $139.99.
Arc A380 and A310, but only for pre-built systems
MSI is obviously going to be one of Intel's Arc partners as MSI-branded Arc A380 and A310 have been spotted in MSI pre-built systems.
Apparently it must have an optimised BAR
Intel has published a puzzling requirement for its Arc GPUs – apparently the PCIe Resiable BAR (ReBAR) feature must be enabled for "optimal" performance.
Gunnir fires them out for $153
Intel has released its Arc A-series 3 desktop graphics cards in China -- the first being a custom version of the Arc A380 from Chinese manufacturer Gunnir.
Updated: GUNNIR follows with custom Arc A380 Photon
Intel has officially launched the Arc A380 desktop graphics card in China at 1030 yuan. GUNNIR, Chinese-based graphics card maker has also announced its custom version, the A380 Photon.