Everyone’s been ready with nice trepidation for the arrival of the primary Arc desktop graphics playing cards within the US. That “everyone” contains fanatics that need low cost GPUs, reviewers (like us!) who wish to put them by their paces, and even Intel, whose workers have most likely chewed by each pen on the premises.

The first retail Arc graphics playing cards have already launched in China—though the specs weren’t listed accurately at first. Now, a few these playing cards have discovered their method over to the US and into the palms of 1 Mr. Ryan Shrout, previously of PC Perspective, now doing graphics advertising over at Intel. These are apparently the primary two retail-boxed AIB Arc playing cards to hit Intel’s labs.

Shrout posted a tweet, embedded above, that features a brief video of him displaying off the packaging and the cardboard itself, in addition to briefly demonstrating a second Gunnir Arc A380 Photon card put in and working in a machine. In the video, he is received PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds up and working on it and he meekly states that it’s working at 1080p (2560×1080, on this case) with medium settings.

It’s not precisely a riveting demonstration, however then we’re speaking about an entry-level GPU that sells for round 1000 RMB (about $150 USD) in China. Shrout declined to say something about pricing or availability for this card or related playing cards within the US. Still, we would not be shocked if the A380 Photon finds its method onto retailer cabinets in your native Micro Center earlier than lengthy.