Intel released the performance of the Arc A750 GPU

Intel’s Arc A380 desktop discrete graphics card has been lifted at the end of June. As a new force in the independent graphics market, the first entry-level graphics card is indeed a bit unattractive. But the power GPUs will come one after another. After all, the mobile version of the A550M and A770M are on sale, and the desktop version of the A750 graphics card has been frequently exposed recently, and it will be released later this summer.

Intel has now released a performance preview of the Arc A750 graphics card. From the official rendering, you can see that the graphics card has the word “Limited Edition” on it. I don’t know what this means. I don’t know what this means, and Intel didn’t give the graphics card’s specifications when sharing the graphics performance. According to rumors, the Arc A750 graphics card will use ACM-G10 GPU with 24 Xe cores and 12GB GDDR6 memory. The graphics card has been confirmed to have a 6+8pin power supply interface, indicating that its power consumption will exceed 225W.

The performance comparison is performed in high quality at 2560*1440 resolution and tested F1 2021, Cyberpunk 2077, Control, Borderlands 3, and Fortress Night games. Compared with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card, the highest performance is 17% ahead, and the lowest is 6%. Of course, only 5 games can’t explain much, and there is still some time before the release. There’s still time for Intel to tweak the drivers to improve game compatibility and improve performance.