Gunnir Releases Unique Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree Styled Graphics Cards Photon Arc A750 and Arc A770

China’s tech firm Gunnir, known as Intel’s most productive partner, has reportedly focused on promoting the tech giant’s Arc series graphics cards. The firm has thus far released a staggering 15 different accelerator models based on the Arc Alchemist graphics architecture, outperforming any other company collaborating with Intel.

Among Gunnir’s portfolio are three versions of the Photon Arc A750 and Arc A770 graphics cards: black, white, and the special Asian Games Edition variant. Amplifying their collection, Gunnir has introduced a fourth version of the Photon Arc A750 and Arc A770. It’s a unique edition flaunting designs related to the upcoming critical game expansion, Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree. These new renderings tout creative artwork on their backplates, stickers on fans, and exclusive game-themed packaging.

Gunnir Signature Video Card Art Design

The Arc A770 embeds an ACM-G10 graphics processor featuring 32 Xe cores. Gunnir veiled whether this card version carries 8GB or 16GB memory. However, considering the previous discontinuation of the 8GB Arc A770 variant by Intel, conjectures lean towards it offering a double memory volume model. In contrast, the Arc A750 model is built on a graphics processor with 28 Xe cores and accommodates 8GB of GDDR6 memory. Both models support a 256-bit memory bus and come furnished with two 8-pin power connectors to supply additional power.

Detailed Components of the Video Cards

Conventionally, such unique card versions would include an activation code for the game that inspired their design. However, there is no confirmation on this from Gunnir till this point. Although the company declares that the Photon Arc A750 and Arc A770 Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree Edition have hit the market, according to VideoCardz, no traces of them could be found on online trading platforms yet.

Box Packaging of the Video Cards

The game expansion, Shadow of the Erdtree, is scheduled for release on June 21st on Steam, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S platforms. It promises to introduce a map as large as Zamogilje (if not larger), another poisonous swamp, over ten bosses, and eight new weapon categories.

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