Recently, the Intel ARC A750 graphics card has appeared frequently. This GPU, which is second only to the A770
and positioned at the mainstream level, is equipped with the ACM-G10 chip. It is rumored to have 28 Xe cores, 3584 ALUs, and 28 ray tracing units, and is equipped with 8GB of GDDR6 memory.
Recently, Intel released
the latest benchmark test results of the ARC A750 graphics card on the official website. Through nearly 50 DirectX 12 and Vulkan games, Intel demonstrates the gaming performance of the ARC A750 graphics card under 1080P Ultra and 1440P High settings. Intel said it selected games that had a significant number of players or were popular on the Steam platform.
According to the data provided by Intel, the ARC A750 has a 3% to 5% performance advantage over NVIDIA’s mainstream GeForce RTX 3060 under the same settings. At the same time, the results of the test represent the current optimization of the graphics card driver of ARC A750, and there may be room for improvement in the future. Although ARC A750 does not beat every game, the frame rate can still be guaranteed. The frame rate of many games at 1080P resolution exceeds 100 frames, and the general frame rate at 1440P resolution can reach 60 frames.
The ARC A750 and GeForce RTX 3060 were tested on a platform built with a Core i9-12900K processor, with a ROG Maximus Z690 Hero motherboard and 32GB of DDR5-4800 memory, and the operating system was Windows 11 Pro version 22000.795.
Intel has not yet announced the complete specifications, pricing, and specific release date of the ARC A750 graphics card, and the displayed results have not been verified by a third party. Intel has previously said that samples of the ARC A750 graphics cards will soon be sent, and these graphics cards are currently undergoing internal testing.