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Intel Arc A750 officially announced, beats NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060

Nothing better than a Friday with a lot of noise, and that’s Intelofficially announced the first GPU of “high yield” of the company, the Intel Arc A750. Although it’s geared towards the midrange, its performance is just fine, and the company wanted to silence all the leaks that have appeared regarding the performance of its GPUs by doing the right thing: do benchmarks and compare with it should be its main rival, NVIDIA.

Of course they pointed out that they said the performance shown in the games is when everything is working perfectly (driver optimization), and that not all games will show such a performance boost.

We remind you that this GPU would arrive with 3072 hearts With 12 GB of GDDR6 memory, a 192-bit memory interface, the reference design uses a configuration of 15-blade dual fan each, and is powered by means of two 8+6 pin PCI-Express connectors.

Intel Arc A750

Performance tests were conducted at a Quad HD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels with graphic adjustments in Highwhere in the worst case, the Intel Arc A750 one was shown 6% faster than the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 in Fortnite, and at best 17% faster in F1 21. If we add the tests of Cyberpunk 2077 (+15%), Control (+14%) and Borderlands 3 (13%), this gives us an average improvement of +13%.

Unfortunately, the most important thing was missing. the price (and the release date), since being a new competitor in the market, the drivers don’t have the same path as NVIDIA, and the current prices are inflated, the price of this GPU should be generously lower to try to be a real purchase option compared to its direct competitor.

Intel Arc A750 vs. NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060

“The performance results shown here are from a small subset of games, which perform very well with Intel Arc and the Alchemist architecture. I do not claim that ALL GAMES will show these results, rather it is an overview of what Intel Arc A-series boards are capable of with the right software and engineering capabilities,” said Ryan Shrout, graphics marketing manager at Intel.

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