According to the Chinese lunar calendar, summer ended on August 6 this year. By international definition, the summer season ended on September 23. But Intel's flashy limited graphics card didn't arrive this summer as promised.
As reported by IT House, back in March, Intel announced its Sharp Flash mobile graphics card and a limited edition of its Sharp Flash desktop graphics card that will be released this summer.
In terms of parameters, Intel's flagship graphics card, the A770 limited edition, uses 32 Xe cores. The labeled GPU frequency is 2100MHz, but the voltage curve modification and power limit adjustment can achieve a stable frequency of 2.7ghz. Elsewhere, the card has 16GB 17.5Gbps 256bit GDDR6 memory, 225W TDP, 8+ 6PIN power supply, four DP 2.0 ports and an HDMI 2.1 port.
The sub-flagship graphics card, Raexin A750 limited edition, uses 28 Xe cores, labeled GPU frequency 2050MHz, equipped with 8GB 16Gbps 256bit GDDR6 graphics memory, TDP 225W, and uses 8+ 6PIN power supply. It has four DP 2.0 ports and an HDMI 2.1 port.
Intel hasn't announced a release date for the two graphics cards, which are expected to be available soon.