Arc A750 GPU: Intel says it beats Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3060 video card

Martin Brinkmann
Jul 17, 2022
Hardware
|
5

When it comes to dedicated video cards, gamers had the choice between AMD and Nvidia for a long time. While Intel captured a good chunk of the graphics adapter market share, thanks to its embedded graphics adapters, its graphics adapters did not compete in the medium or high-end video cards market up until now.

intel arc a750 performance

Intel attempts to change that with the creation of the Arc series of graphics adapters. Intel A Series graphics adapters are split into mobile and desktop branches; each branch splits graphics adapters into entry level, medium and high-end groups to further distinguish them from one another.

Up until now, Intel launched the Intel Arc A370 mobile video card and the Intel Arc A380 desktop graphics adapter, but only in certain regions of the world.

ADVERTISEMENT

Now, Intel lifted the veil on the long-awaited Arc 7 line of video cards. In a new promotional video, Intel showcases the performance of the Arc A750 graphics card. The three-minute long video compares the performance of Intel's Arc A750 graphics card to Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3060 card.

Unsurprisingly, for an official video, Intel's card is beating Nvidia's card in all benchmarked games. The video highlights the performance in five games -- F1 2021, Cyberpunk 2077, Control, Borderlands 3 and Fortnite, and the performance of Intel's card is between 1.06 to 1.17 times better than the performance of the Nvidia card.

In the video, Intel demonstrates how CD Project Red's Cyberpunk 2077 game performs on a system with its new A750 video card. At 2560x1440, Intel's card manages "results just under 60fps" using the high quality preset of the game.

Intel concedes that other games may not show the same results, and it is possible that Nvidia's graphics card is beating Intel's in other games.

To put this into perspective: the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card is at the lower end of the RTX 30xx series. There is only the GeForce RTX 3050 below it in the series. The card is available for around $400 at the time of writing and while Intel has not revealed the price for its A750 video card yet, it may land in the same ballpark. Intel plans to release the graphics card in Summer 2022.

Intel's top of the line desktop video card is the A770, and it will be interesting to see how it will hold up against AMD's and Nvidia's offerings. It seems unlikely that the video card will compete with top of the line cards at this point in time though.

Is Intel's Arc graphic cards platform a viable alternative? It is too early to tell. There are not any independent benchmarks available, and Intel has not revealed pricing or availability at this stage. There is also the question whether Intel's Arc drivers can hold up.

Now You: Intel, AMD or Nvidia: do your PCs have dedicated graphic cards?

Summary
Arc A750 GPU: Intel says it beats Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3060 video card
Article Name
Arc A750 GPU: Intel says it beats Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3060 video card
Description
Intel lifted the veil on its long-awaited Arc A750 graphics card. It showcased the cards performance in a promotional video.
Author
Publisher
Ghacks Technology News
Logo
Advertisement

Previous Post: «
Next Post: «

Comments

  1. Tachy said on July 17, 2022 at 8:20 am
    Reply

    Intel CPU since my first 80286 and the earliest dedicated GPU I can remember was a 3DFX Voodoo 3, I bet I still have in a box in the attic.

    I stayed with them until my Voodoo 5 5500 with dual proccessors. After that I switched to Nvidia.

    My MSI 980Ti 6G is still running new games buttery smooth on high settings but without the HDR and Raytracing of the newest GPU’s.

    I put a MSI 1050ti 4G in the other PC last year because the old card only had 2gb vram. It playes the new games fine though on med settings.

    With 90% of new “single player” games requiring an internet connection I’ve been spending less on Gaming hardware though and gotten back into R/C cars instead. They don’t collect data and send it to anyone ;)

  2. Tachy said on July 17, 2022 at 8:27 am
    Reply

    @Martin

    I forgot to say Thank you for sharing this info.

    I haven’t heard much about the Arc GPU recently though I’ve been curious since the intial announcments.

    I’m thinking Intel still has a card they haven’t shown (Pun intended) yet and somehow the Arc GPU’s will work better with Intel CPU’s then other brands.

  3. Anonymous said on July 17, 2022 at 8:44 am
    Reply

    intel “says” lol…pretty sure they faked their cpu performance / benchmark info a few years ago

  4. qd said on July 17, 2022 at 9:24 am
    Reply

    they also said it uses more juice… good news bad news then…

  5. Mr.Prayer said on July 17, 2022 at 1:57 pm
    Reply

    This of course doesn’t mean absolutely anything, until we get the independent reviews and have info on price and power, plus performance in DX11 titles.
    But for Ryan’s sake (whom i still respect for his PCPer days) i hope that intel isn’t pulling another “creative marketing” campaign a-la their disaster with Principled Technologies.

Leave a Reply

Check the box to consent to your data being stored in line with the guidelines set out in our privacy policy

We love comments and welcome thoughtful and civilized discussion. Rudeness and personal attacks will not be tolerated. Please stay on-topic.
Please note that your comment may not appear immediately after you post it.