Intel’s Arc desktop graphics cards have been reportedly delayed to June or July 2022 due to either production or driver issues. The initial launch date for these SKUs was early to mid-summer but seeing how even the entry-level (and high-end) Arc mobile GPUs have been pushed to a summer launch, you can be sure that the original launch schedule won’t be followed.
Looking at the desktop SKUs, we have the A770, A750, A580, and A380. The top-end Arc A770 graphics card will come with 8-12GB of GDDR6 memory and offer roughly GeForce RTX 3060 Ti levels of performance. The real-world frame rates may, however, be worse off due to stuttering and other frame time issues.
The A770 along with the A70 and the A580 will be based on the ACM-G10 die with memory buffers of 12GB and 8GB, respectively. The Arc A380 with 6GB of GDDR6 memory will be the only GPU leveraging the ACM-G11 die. All these SKUs, other than the A750 and the A580 have been spotted across various online databases.