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We know your positioning in terms of performance and price

We continue with the GPU information leaks, although this time the protagonist is the Intel Arc A-serieshighly anticipated graphics in the sector, and not for the performance they can have, but for the simple fact of having a third competitor in the company, which will imply greater competition in terms of performance and price by saying goodbye to the duopoly.

Today we came across a leaked slide that tells us what performance can we expect from each Intel GPUand what is more interesting, the price range of all these GPUs.

Intel Arc A Series Performance and Price Comparison

We start with the most basic model, the Intel Arc A310with 4 GB of memory and a TDP of 75W, which would be slightly lower than the graphics card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 / 1050 Ti at a price below the $99. Just above, slightly less efficient than the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650we have one Intel Arc A380 in a price range of $100 to $149.

If you saw the image correctly, the curious thing is that Intel does not offer any graphics products positioned between the price range of 150 and 200 dollars, exclusive space for the AMD Radeon RX 6400 and Radeon RX 6500 XT. A little above, in the range of 200 and 300 dollarswe have one Intel Arc A580 who promises to fight NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050.

Finally, the most powerful models from Intel. The Bow A750 will compete with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 and AMD Radeon RX 6600 in a price range of $300 to $350while the top-end model of the Intel Arc Alchemist GPU generation, the Intel Arc A770will be content to struggle with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060Ti and the AMD Radeon RX 6650 XT in the price range of $350 to $400.

via: WCcftech

Price will be key for Intel Arc A-Series GPUs

While we wouldn’t expect Intel to compete with high-end GPUs from AMD or NVIDIA, these efficiencies for a first-gen GPU they are not bad at alland more remembering that like NVIDIA these graphics have dedicated hardware for resizing the image with its technology IntelĀ® XeSS to increase performance, in addition to RayTracing, of course.

Intel XeSS - native 1080p versus 4K XeSS
Intel XeSS – native 1080p versus 4K XeSS

All models in terms of performance are good enough for most gamers, since the range GeForce x060 from NVIDIA is still the most popular thanks to offering the sweet spot between performance and priceso if all Intel GPUs are more affordable than their direct rivals, then they are all a good option, although as we already know, returns can be very erratic depending on the game launched because the drivers are still green.

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