Intel Discontinues Arc A770 Graphics Card

Source: Intel Intel Discontinues Arc A770 Graphics Card

It Really Was a Limited Edition

The title may seem like clickbait, but Intel really has officially discontinued their Arc A770 graphics card. As in, their Limited Edition, Intel-branded graphics card. The GPU is safe, and partners can (presumably) still order the GPU and make their own versions.

Here’s a screenshot of the Product Change Notification (PCN 119598-00, PDF link):

Intel Arc A770 Discontinued

This news explains why the Arc A770 LE remains “out of stock” at newegg, and obviously won’t return – outside of inflated 3rd party sellers. Already on Amazon the A770 LE is $455. It was good while it lasted, but if you were on the fence about buying one, it’s going to be tough to find one at even the non-sale $369.99 USD price.

While more partners could still emerge (I’m looking at you EVGA!), the current reality is that only two vendors – ASRock and Acer (BIWIN) – make an Arc A770 card. Prices are good, with the ASRock Phantom Gaming Arc A770 just $310.50 on Newegg, and the Acer Predator BiFrost Arc A770 currently $339.99 on Newegg. We will see how long A770 GPUs remain available, as Intel seems focused on promoting the A750 these days (based on their recent Tweets).

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