MSI & ASUS Will Be The First Global OEMs To Offer Intel Arc A380 & A310-Powered Gaming PCs

The Chinese markets saw the initial launch of the Intel Arc A380 systems in June and by the time it was July, GUNNIR Photon GPUs had started shipping to the DIY PC sector. And now through MSI and ASUS, we are looking at the official OEM launches globally.


MSI and ASUS will both develop desktop systems that will come featuring the entry-level Arc A380 and Arc A310 graphics cards. One Twitter leaker, @momomo_us noticed that MSI has already started to list down a system which has been made using Intel’s Alder Lake processors. The GPUs on this system range from the Arc A380 and to the Arc A310 graphics cards.

These new desktop GPUs will be made available alongside the entry-level graphics cards such as the GeForce GTX 1650 or the GTX 1030 DDR4 GPU. The memory specs on the new Arc A3 series cards still remain to be disclosed but we already know that the A380 cards are going to come with a memory of 4 GB. It is quite probable that the A310 will also feature the same.

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ASUS is planning to launch two new PCs which will feature the A380 GPU. The gaming subsidiary of the company has worked on the ASUS ROG STRIX GT15 which will feature either the GeForce RTX 3080 GPU or the Intel Arc A380 graphics cards. On the other hand, the ExpertCenter D7 Tower PC features the Intel Arc A380 GPU and because of the low volumes and simplicity of maintenance, it will focus primarily on the enterprise-level PC market.

Via WCCFTech