Intel Arc A750 Receives Discount With Plenty of Stock Across Major Markets

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US and European Markets Loaded With Arc A750 After Price-Cut

At the start of this month, Intel announced a price cut on the Arc A750 graphics card, which was well received by retailers, immediately lowering the prices; even one retailer in Japan started selling new budget-friendly graphics cards for just $150.

The Intel Arc A750 graphics card is now available in different markets, making it the cheapest in its price-to-performance category.

The Intel Arc A750 is available for $249 in the US market, while the EU and UK markets sell it for €259 and £249, respectively. Among these three markets, the price of the Intel Arc A750 in the US is much more stable, though the same cannot be said about the EU and UK.

Currently, in the UK, the Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition graphics card is going for £249 at OverclockersUK. Compared to that, the lowered-powered GeForce RTX 3050 sells for £299. At the same time, the Intel Arc A750’s performance is similar to GeForce RTX 3060.


A French retailer PC21 is selling the Intel Arc A750 for €277 with many Limited Edition Intel Arc 750 graphics cards in stock. The French retailer PC21 alone has a supply of 1233 units, confirming that Intel has also started shipping its attention to the EU market.


Aside from the price drop on the entry-level Intel Arc A750, Intel has also added two free games, including The Settlers and Nightingale.

Though this offer is only limited to the US and EU markets, users can still ask their retailers in the UK if they have some promotion to go along with their Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition purchase as well.

What are your thoughts on the Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition graphics card? Are you looking to invest in one? 

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