We can already see the first GPU performance tests Intel Arc A770M and Intel Arc A550Mthat is, the company’s high-end GPU for laptops, as well as the mid-range GPU, leaving an Intel Arc A730 in the middle.
These benchmarks are limited to 3DMark benchmarking software only, and given what has happened in the past, one cannot extrapolate the excellent performance of these GPUs in the gaming benchmark, as the company is still struggling with some very green drivers they are. not able to take advantage of the real potential of their graphics chips.
Intel Arc A550M performance
This GPU, consisting of the graphics chip Intel ACM-G10 with 16 Xe-Cores (2048 cores) alongside 8 GB of GDDR6 memory and a memory interface 128 bitget a 3DMark Time Spy score of 6017 dots. Of course, a warning reveals that old drivers that include optimizations in the benchmarks have been used, so the warning says that they violate optimization rules and that these drivers are not approved. As an indication, it would be preferable to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660Ti with 80W of power (in the benchmarks), while the Intel GPU is around 60-80W.
Intel Arc A770M Performance
The top model, with the graphics chip Intel ACM-G10 composed of 32 Xe-Cores (4096 cores) with 16 GB of GDDR6 memory and a 256-bit interface returned a score of 13244 dots in the 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme benchmarks. Essentially, it’s about operating like the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Laptopalthough at the moment of truth, in gameswould be about 12% faster than the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Laptop which consumes 140W (vs 120-150W).
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