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Intel Arc A750 faster than GeForce RTX 3060 from Intel tests

Intel Arc A750 faster than GeForce RTX 3060 from Intel tests (2022): In a five games performance test carried out by Intel, the Intel Arc A750 graphics card was faster than the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060. The list of the games is as follows: F1 2021, Cyberpunk 2077, Control, Borderlands and Fortnite. 

The chipmaker says Arc A750 LE tops the Geforce RTX 3060 on certain games. We’re finally starting to see Intel’s Arc discrete desktop graphics cards pop up outside of China, like yesterday’s exhaustive testing of the bare-bones Arc A380 by Gamers Nexus. Today Intel is releasing some info of its own: a set of benchmarks for the Arc A750, which by all indications is going to be the company’s mainstream high-end option. A new video direct from Intel breaks down its performance.

Intel brought the A750 Limited Edition to the Gamers Nexus office, revealing a working model in the flesh for the first time. You can see that it’s a pretty long card with 8+6-pin PCIe power connectors. As much as I wish it were blue, the card is fairly attractive, with a compact shape and clean aesthetic.

The Arc A750 Limited Edition and Intel’s other desktop graphics cards are expected to launch soon, but given recent delays, I wouldn’t hold my breath. In the meantime, the chipmaker will be releasing videos, interviews, and blogs about Arc on its dedicated website.

It’s also important to note that Intel’s unique GPU architecture, and it’s far less extensive experience in writing GPU drivers, will be a big factor. We’ve already seen how much the Arc GPUs rely on Resizable Base Address Memory (ReBAR), which allows the CPU to directly address the GPU’s built-in memory. Nvidia and AMD GPUs can use this technology, but for them, it has a far less dramatic impact on performance. It seems reasonable to expect more variable performance from Intel Arc GPUs, on a game-to-game basis, than from the finely tuned fare of GeForce and Radeon cards.

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