ASRock starts selling Intel Arc A380 graphics in the US for just $139

Deepak Gupta August 17, 2022
Updated 2022/08/17 at 9:59 PM

Intel is committed to regaining ground not only in terms of processors, with the new 13th generation Core Raptor Lake line, but also in terms of graphics chips, with the new Arc Alchemist range.

Some models have already been released, but now it is known that the ASRock brand has started selling its custom model of the Intel Arc A380 GPU for 139 dollars in the United States of America. And this chip aims to be one of the most affordable on the market within its range.




ASRock puts its Intel Arc A380 up for sale for $139

Intel also wanted to have some of the success of the card sector for itself and so created its Arc line. Several companies have already revealed their custom models, such as ASRock, GUNNIR and MSI. Graphics are now starting to be shipped to stores so that consumers can purchase and test the true power of these devices, making appropriate comparisons with the leading graphics chips from Nvidia and AMD.

And now it is known that Taiwanese ASRock is the first manufacturer to officially bring the Intel Arc A380 graphics card to the North American market for a price starting at US$139. The model is the Intel Arc A380 Challenger ITX OC and the price is very competitive, making it one of the cheapest options in this range of graphics.

The value is then $10 lower than the AMD Radeon RX 6400 model ($149.99) and is also lower than the GeForce GTX 1630 ($179.99). Therefore, it is ideal for users who want a good machine, but without spending a lot of money.

This graphics has a base frequency of 2.2 GHz and a memory of 15.5 Gbps with a bandwidth of 186 GB/s. It brings a single fan to help the cooling system, which has a technology of 0 db so that it does not work in low workloads, thus avoiding excessive and unnecessary noises.

Recently, Intel also introduced its professional graphics card models, the Arc Pro.

Thinking about buying an Intel Arc graphics card?

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