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Although it didn’t offer class-leading performance at the time, the Intel Arc A770 GPU was an exciting product upon release due to its strong value proposition. The Arc A770 wasn’t without some major drawbacks, however. Early drivers left lots of performance on the table and some popular game titles suffered from significant bugs. To prove its commitment to Arc and discrete graphics in general though, Intel consistently pumped out driver updates covering a wide range of both old and new titles. Intel hopes to repeat the same behavior with its generative AI optimizations. Along with a closely-knit working relationship with Microsoft, it appears we can expect more positive momentum here with AI workloads as well. 

Intel has utilized Microsoft’s hardware-aware Olive toolchain to optimized the Stable Diffusion model along with its recent driver update, promising upwards of a 2.7x cumulative improvement. It cannot be ignored how the Intel Arc A770 has some great Easter egg performance benefits, generative AI being another in a long list. With impressive ray tracing performance in its weight class, and XeSS upscaling coupled with some generous VRAM allocation in the 16GB model, there is plenty under the hood of this underdog GPU. Content creators have also sung the praises for this GPU for its multi-media encoding and decoding chops. 

With a price tag in the $300’s for the 16GB model, the Intel Arc A770 certainly poses some attractive competition with NVIDIA and AMD offerings for those wanting to experience Stable Diffusion. 



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