The new and highly anticipated Intel ARC graphics cards in the form of the Intel ARC A770 and A750 will be available later this month and will be priced at $329 and $289 respectively. Intel’s first boards in the low-end market, designed for mainstream gamers and desktop PCs will directly compete with AMD and NVIDIA, but do they compare?
Digital Foundry wasted no time testing the performance of the new Intel ARC A770 and A750 graphics cards, providing an excellent overview of what you can expect from both graphics cards while playing a host of popular PC games. Watch the video below to learn more about ARC’s PC specs and performance, and more importantly, how the new Intel cards stack up against available offerings from NVIDIA and AMD.
Intel ARC Performance
“Intel’s new Arc A770 and A750 take on the RTX 3060 and RX 6600 XT in a battle across generations – old and new APIs, rasterization and ray tracing, image reconstruction…everything! discrete graphics space challenge Nvidia and AMD? »
Intel writes: “Unleash your imagination with new Arc graphics solutions: hardware, software and services. All designed to enable premium gaming, creating and streaming experiences. Arc A-Series is our exciting new product line for high-performance consumer desktops and laptops. Full support for DirectX 12 Ultimate and AI-enhanced XeSS scaling. Harness the power of Core, Iris, and Arc together to unleash new levels of performance and efficiency across a variety of gaming and creative workloads.
As more information is released regarding performance and availability, we’ll keep you posted, as always. For now, head over to Intel’s official website for full specs and purchase options.
Source: Digital Foundry
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