Recently, some media have exposed ARC A750 graphics card in kind, and Intel confirmed in the description of Xe-HPG Scavenger Hunt that ARC A750 has 8GB of GDDR6 memory. It is equipped with an ACM-G10 chip, has 24 or 28 Xe cores, and is equipped with an 8Pin and a 6Pin external power supply interface.
Intel officially released a new video this time. The various functions of ARC graphics card are introduced
, including VRR (variable refresh rate), HDR and HDMI 2.1, etc. The product used during the demonstration is an Intel ARC A750 GPU.
In the part of the game demo, Intel used an Acer 4K monitor that supports 120Hz refresh rate and VRR, showing a frame rate between 80 and 100FPS when running the Death Stranding game, and also used an Alienware AW3423DW to introduce the HDR effect. The resolution set in the VRR display is 2560×1440, while the resolution in the HDR display is 3440×1440, and the game runs with the default settings.
Intel says VRR reduces tearing and stuttering in games, and any adaptive sync-certified monitor can do this, and it works with ARC graphics. Intel is currently verifying more than 100 VRR-enabled monitors to ensure a good experience when the ARC A700 series graphics cards are launched.
Intel also explained that although the ARC A-series GPU itself only supports HDMI 2.0, its board partners and OEMs can convert DisplayPort to HDMI 2.1 by integrating PCON. In addition, Intel also confirmed that the “Limited Edition” style ARC graphics card will have two versions, A750 and A770.