In the first manufacturer benchmarks, the Intel Arc A750 with the large ACM G10 graphics processor is positioned above an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 (test). In the benchmarks from Intel, the in-house graphics card is 6 to 17 percent ahead of the competing product from Nvidia based on the GA106 and Gaming Ampere.
Intel Arc A750 for the first time in the manufacturer benchmark
As part of the Intel Arc A750 Graphics Performance Preview, the manufacturer gave a first taste of the performance of the second-largest desktop graphics card of the "Alchemist" generation in games and compared it with the GeForce RTX 3060. The manufacturer benchmarks, which, as always, should be treated with caution, see the Arc A750 in the front in Cyberpunk 2077 (test), Control (test), F1 2021 (test), Borderlands 3 (test) and Fortnite.
The graphics card placed below the Intel Arc A770 competes with the following specifications against the GeForce RTX 3060 and its GA106 graphics processor with 3,584 FP32 ALUs.
Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition
Intel Xe HPG (“Alchemist”)Intel ACM-G10 GPU in TSMC 6N24 Xe cores with 3,072 shader units12 GB GDDR6 graphics memory at 192-bit
The Intel Arc A750 beats the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 by 6 to 17 percent, according to Intel
Intel wants the results to be evaluated in WQHD resolution with 2560 × 1440 pixels and the "High" graphics preset. For more information on the test systems, Intel refers to the in-house performance index, but the tested Intel Arc A750 is not listed there.
Apart from a few new impressions of the graphics card, however, Intel does not provide any new information.
Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition
Updated 07/16/2022 00:37
Results are of an exemplary nature only
Manufacturers who present their in-house benchmarks based on hand-picked games before the release of a new product are nothing new, but Intel's approach to the benchmarks for the Arc A750 has an even more special character.
In its showcase for the Arc A750 Limited Edition, the expected reference model of the graphics card, Intel says very clearly that the selected games are explicitly games in which the driver is already running well and that the performance achieved cannot be transferred to other games.
Performance results shown here are from a small subset of the games, that work very well with Intel® Arc™ and the Alchemist architecture. I'm not asserting that ALL GAMES will show these results, but it's a view of what Intel Arc A-series cards are capable of with the right software and engineering enablement.
Ryan Shrout, Intel
With this, Intel confirms for the Arc A750 in advance what had already been announced with the Arc A350, the software and the graphics driver are still Intel's biggest construction site. In order for the Intel Xe HPG aka “Alchemist” to be able to show what it is capable of, all the general conditions have to be right and they are obviously not doing that at the moment.
The fact that Intel, with the A350 and A750, will soon be launching two graphics cards from the first Arc generation in China and is not yet present with the products in Europe and the USA speaks volumes.
Perhaps Intel would like to make a bigger appearance in this country with the 2nd generation, also known as "Battlemage". The first comparisons with the competition, for example in the duel "Intel A370M vs. AMD 6500M", in which Intel clearly lost out.
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