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AAEON presents its new GRA-A770 with Intel’s Arc A 770 GPU

The company AAEON has presented its new Intel graphics card, based on Intel’s Arc A 770 GPU architecture. This is the next player after Biostar to enter the market with Intel graphics solutions.

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AAEON, an industrial PC company, has unveiled its new GRA-A770, which contains some interesting technical details. It measures 99 mm x 291 mm x 44 mm and a 550 W power supply is recommended to achieve the best possible performance. It has a 16 GB GDDR6 memory with a speed of 17.5 Gbps with a 256-bit interface. It is said to deliver 32 Xe cores, 32 ray tracing units and 8 render slices and should therefore offer good speed and rendering quality. Well, we know that from the cards already available.

The card offers support for AV1, H.264, H.265 and VP9 encoding/decoding is the GAR-A770 to handle both graphics and video processing tasks with flying colors. The new graphics card is equipped with 512 Intel XMX Engines and Xe Vector Engines. This should provide access to a wide range of developer tools. This makes it possible to improve applications such as Variable Rate Shading (VSR), DirectX 12 Ultimate, Vulkan 1.3 and OpenGL 4.6. It also offers support for Intel’s oneAPI. It also offers support for up to 3 displays with up to 7680 x 4320 @ 60Hz.

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The card is also equipped with Adaptive Sync for smooth graphics and Intel Deep Link technologies for improved computing, encoding and streaming capabilities, the GAR-A770 is said to be a versatile solution for applications that need to handle heavy workloads. The Intel Arc A770 graphics card is compatible with Windows 11 and Windows 10 and offers PCIe 4.0 support. However, it should be noted again that the card is not primarily intended for private customer use, but is used for industrial purposes, such as AI systems.

It is not yet clear when the card will be released in Europe. The price segment has also not yet been revealed.

Source: AAEON


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