At present, the Intel Arc series GPUs are only available in the Chinese market. The mobile version currently has the entry-level A370M, but there will be higher-performance A550M, A730M, and A770M in the future. Recently, Twitter user @_rogame has exposed the 3DMark scores of the A550M and A770M, which may also mean that related products will be launched in the next few weeks.
From the screenshots, it seems that the A550M and A770M both were used with the Core i7-12700H platform, the A550M scored 6017 points in 3DMark Time Spy. Unfortunately, this test was run with Intel APO (Advanced Performance Optimizations) enabled, which basically renders it invalid as per 3DMark rules. According to some previous tests, APO opening will probably give a higher score of 15%. A730M with APO is 67% higher than the A550M.
The Intel Arc A770M scored 13244 points in 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme. Compared with the 3DMark database, the scores of the RTX 3070 mobile version, which also uses the Core i7-12700H, are not significantly different, but it is impossible to determine whether the APO function is enabled.
According to Intel’s official data, the average speed of the A770M in games is about 12% higher than that of the RTX 3060M.