Intel reveals the launch window and benchmarks of the Intel ARC A750 graphics card, it is faster than the RTX 3060
With months behind schedule, the first generation of Intel ARC cards may be too late.
Intel is about to market its first batch of Intel ARC gaming cards. Today he carried out a short video presentation where it has shown for the first time the official performance of the Intel ARC A750 graphics card, as well as the launch window.
This card Intel ARC A750in Limited Edition version, manufactured by Intel instead of the classic assemblers, has an ACM-G10 GPU with 384 UEs, 3072 ALUs and 12GB of GDDR6 memory operating with a 192-bit bus at 16 Gbps, and a TGP of about 200 W, according to reports Wccftech.
In this official Intel video we can see it working with the Cyberpunk 2077 game, one of the most demanding on PC. Its performance to 1440p and graphics on Highround the 60fps:
It is therefore a card intended for use with 1080p or 1440p monitorsit is not intended to be used at 4K resolution.
Intel ARC Marketing Manager Ryan Shrout explains in the video that in driver development are prioritizing the optimization of the most popular games, increasing the support little by little.
Although we haven’t seen any more games running, Shrout has shared a graphic with official benchmarks of popular games like F1 2021, Control or Fortnite, where you can see what it is between 6 and 17% faster than the RTX 3060:
In an exercise of honesty, Ryan Shrout has acknowledged that these games work especially well with Intel ARC cards, because the driver is already optimized, and with other games the results might be different.
Beyond performance, the Intel ARC A750 has an important advantagecompared to the RTX 3060. It has 12 GB of VRAM, compared to 8 GB of the RTX 3060. Against him, that at the moment we haven’t seen things like ray tracing, AI and DLSS, that the RTX 3060 does use.
In the Intel official website it is indicated that the Intel ARC A750 card will hit the market in late summer. Namely, late August or early September. the price will hover the 300 or 350 dollars. Here you will have to add VAT.
Initially scheduled for the beginning of the year, where they could have sold a lot due to the lack of stock and the abusive prices of NVIDIA and AMD cards, now the picture is very different.
The market is filling up with second-hand graphics cards from dismantled crypto farms, and NVIDIA is officially lowering the prices of its RTX cards, which are back in stock.
Intel will have a hard time competing, and also the new generation RTX 4000 is expected by the end of the year.