Intel exits AIB market for the A770

But you can still buy them from partners.

Jon Peddie

Intel recently discontinued its direct sales of AIBs for its Arc graphics cards, leading to speculations and mixed reactions. The company issued a notice stating that June 20 marked the final date for orders and shipments of Intel-manufactured Arc A770 AIBs. Intel’s foray into the discrete GPU market has faced challenges from the start, including leadership changes and product rebranding. Although the AIB discontinuation may hint at future changes and reduced emphasis, it does not necessarily impact Intel’s broader plans for the Arc platform. Despite these developments, Intel is still expected to release its second-generation Arc graphics GPU, Battlemage, next

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