The Intel Arc A750 graphics card was announced some time ago – the manufacturer boasted of performance results, but the video was soon removed from the channel in order (as the manufacturer said) to introduce the necessary updates. Now there is a new test video.
Intel boasts performance of Arc A750 Limited Edition card
The video shows the model Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition, the reference version of the accelerator (works with standard clock speeds). The specification of the card remains a mystery. It is unofficially known that the design is based on the ACM-G10 core with 28 Xe units (3072 stream processors) and 8 GB of 256-bit GDDR6 memory.
The manufacturer boasts that the card in modern games using DirectX 12 performs better than the GeForce RTX 3060 model (tests were carried out at a resolution of 2560 x 1440 px at high graphics settings). The results should come as no surprise since the same data was given in the first version of the video.
The new version of the video also featured a fragment of the gameplay in the game Control (also in 2560 x 1440 px resolution at high graphics settings). The Intel Arc A750 achieves an average of around 60 fps here.
Andreas Schilling of HardwareLuxx compared the card’s performance to competing models. This is really good, because the Intel model here is slightly better than the GeForce RTX 3060 (+8%), and clearly better than the Radeon RX 6600 XT/RX 6650 XT models (+26/20%).
The results look really promising. However, it is not known how the card will perform in other, older games (especially since the manufacturer will not optimize drivers for such games). It is also unknown what the price and availability of equipment will look like. Therefore, it remains to wait for the premiere and publication of independent performance tests for a wider range of games.
Source: Intel Graphics, Twitter @ Andreas Schilling