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Intel showcases Arc A750 performance in nearly 50 DX12 and Vulkan games

Intel arc-a-2022The Arc A750 was developed by Intel as a mid-range graphics card. Already a few days ago, the same factory took a look at performance in control Allow. Of course, results from only one address should be treated with caution. Intel now wants to show performance on a much broader basis.

This is especially evident because, according to previous impressions, Intel relies on optimized addresses. One even talks about “Tier 1 games”, where the strengths of Arc graphics cards are exhausted as much as possible and a corresponding level of performance can be achieved. These include, for example, F1 2021, Cyberpoint 2077, Borderlands 3 and Fortnite.

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For a new text and video input, Intel has now tested the Arc A750 in about 50 games. The focus is on titles that support a modern API such as DirectX12 or Vulkan. Specifically, 43 DX12 games and six Vulkan games were selected. Tested at 1080p Ultra and 1440p High – against a GeForce RTX 3060. Both graphics cards run on a system with Intel i9-12900K, ASUS ROG Maximus Z690 Hero and 32GB of DDR5 memory. If available, internal gaming standards were used. Otherwise, Intel resorted to repeatable scenarios.

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Intel sees itself as an average performance advantage of 3 to 5 percent for the Arc A750 compared to the GeForce RTX 3060. They are also confident that other games with a modern API will also provide convincing performance. However, this raises the question of how the performance will perform in older titles.

Usually, manufacturer standards should be approached with caution. However, the large number of games tested at least ensures that Intel hasn’t picked just a few games in which the Arc A750 is particularly great. However, potential buyers will of course have to wait for independent tests. This is absolutely true because the topic of software difficulties may remain with Intel for a while.

Intel promises more information about start-ups, pricing, build details, and features like XeSS in the future.