The GPU, Tulpar Arc A770, has been unveiled.

According to HardwareLuxx, Tulpar is showcasing its inaugural desktop graphics card at a German event. This marks a significant milestone for the company.

Tulpar Arc A770 GPU, Source: HardwareLuxx

Tulpar has been making significant strides recently, launching a variety of new products. They’ve made two major announcements: the debut of their first gaming handheld, powered by the Intel Meteor Lake processor, and a new desktop GPU that incorporates the ASRock Phantom Gaming design.

The gaming handheld, a result of an OEM partnership with ASRock, features a sleek design with three slots and three fans. The new GPU, while not an original Tulpar card, is equipped with 166B of VRAM and boasts a boost clock of 2.2 GHz. Tulpar has lent its name to the cooler design, dubbing it the Tulpar Gaming 3X Cooling System. This marks a significant milestone for the company in the gaming hardware industry.

Tulpar Arc A770 GPU, Source: HardwareLuxx

The report indicates that the new card is slated for launch in the third quarter of 2024, marking a two-year gap since Intel’s official introduction of its A770 GPU. This timeline might lead some to question why Tulpar didn’t hold out for the Battlemage series. However, the Alchemist successor currently doesn’t even have a speculated launch date, which could explain Tulpar’s decision to move forward with their current plans. It’s an interesting development in the tech world, and it will be intriguing to see how it unfolds.

Tulpar Arc A770 CPL), Source: HardwareLuxx

Tulpar’s relationship with Intel appears to be strengthening, with collaborations now extending across handheld devices, laptops, and desktop graphics cards. Given the trend, it wouldn’t be surprising if Tulpar continues to unveil more Intel-powered products. With a host of new Intel hardware, such as the LGA-1851 motherboards and the Arrow Lake CPU series, set to launch this year, we can anticipate more exciting developments from this partnership.

(Source: HardwareLuxx)

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