minimum: AIB partner ASRock has slashed the prices of some Intel Arc graphics cards, suddenly making them more attractive to GPU shoppers in the market for a bargain. Given the downgrades and high-end Intel drivers, maybe it’s time to consider an Arc card?
On Newegg, the ASRock Phantom Arc A770 8GB is down to $269.99 After an immediate $50 price drop and the 6GB ASRock Challenger Arc A380 orders only $119.99 next Instant savings of $20. this It seems It makes it the most affordable AV1 solution on the market with 6GB of memory.
Intel recently lowered the price of the A750 to $250, but ASRock is going a step further. You can get the ASRock Challenger Arc A750 8GB $239.99beating Intel’s price by $10.
Also read: Intel Arc GPU Revision: New Drivers, New Performance?
The A770 at $270 is only $30 more expensive than the A750 at $240, which is also very attractive compared to Nvidia’s more expensive GeForce RTX 3060. Believes Additional price cuts could also be in the cards.
We’ve got Steve Walton lately Arc GPU performance review After Intel released new drivers which it claims offer huge performance improvements. Across dozens of games, the Arc A770’s performance with the newer drivers was about 9 percent faster than it was at launch when running at 1080p and about 8 percent faster on average at 1440p.
Are you wondering what you can currently get for almost the same price? The ASRock Radeon RX 6600 8GB is $224.99 on Newegg while the ASRock Phantom Radeon RX 6600 XT 8GB can be taken home for $274.99. Sticking with ASRock, the Challenger Radeon RX 6650 XT 8GB is $289.99. On the more expensive end, the Radeon RX 6400 will set you back about $140, on average.
Are you considering any of ASRock’s Intel Arc cards due to their new lower price points, or perhaps you share the opinion that further price cuts are coming in the not too distant future?