Arc A770 Titan OC Edition RGB LEDs change color with temperature.
Last fall, Intel announced the Arc A770 VGA, which is available in factory and from various partners, but Sparkle also wants to purchase one in addition to the trio introduced in the spring.
The aforementioned company has developed a graphics card called Arc A770 Titan OC Edition, which features 16 GB of GDDR6 VRAM running at an effective frequency of 17.5 GHz instead of 16, and is also factory tuned. also included as it offers a maximum core clock of 2300 MHz instead of the reference 2100 MHz.
The monster received two 8-pin PCI Express power connectors, which gives room for further configuration, and the card also has LEDs that change color depending on the operating temperature. The company calls it ThermalSync, and it’s actually a very useful use of RGB LEDs.
Sparkle has yet to announce pricing for the Arc A770 Titan OC Edition, but shipments will begin shortly.