Hand Raised By Intel
If you are wondering what makes the Arc A770 16GB Limited Edition GPU a limited edition, it is because this is Intel’s own design and someone already took Founders Edition. The silicon will remain the same as that of a third party card, however the aesthetics and cooling are unique to Intel. Your LE will feature chamfered edges around the edges of the two fans assemblies, each featuring 15 blades. If you are a fan of die cast aluminium you will love the frame and accented backplate, not to mention a cornucopia of blue LEDs.
Performance-wise, the card tends to stomp all over the RTX 3060 when ray tracing is enabled, when you take the rays away it trades places at the top of the charts with the RTX 3060 and RX 6600 XT depending on the game. The differences are greater at 1080p but the Arc A770 16GB Limited Edition can handle 1440p even without XeSS enabled, though it certainly helps if you want to ray trace in many games.
Get the actual numbers, as well as pictures of the card in action over at The FPS Review.
We are specifically reviewing the Limited Edition Intel Arc A770 video card today, so this design is unique from Intel. There really is a lot to like here, the design is pleasing to touch and pleasing to see, and the package size is one you can handle.