Intel has released the latest Arc A750 graphics card gaming benchmarks on a wide selection of titles running DX12 and the Vulkan API. The company then compared its consumer card to the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 in FHD and QHD and found that their chip offered better performance.
Intel Arc A750 graphics card is up to 5% faster than NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 on 48 DX12 and Vulkan titles
We’ve already seen the Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition graphics card tested on various titles and we’ve also seen a selection of entry-level games where the Arc A750 is said to deliver up to 17% better performance over its competitors. Now we’re not just looking at 1st tier titles, but performance across a selection of 48 different DirectX 12 and Vulkan titles and 1080p & 1440p.
Intel Arc A750 Graphics Specifications
The Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition graphics card features a scaled-down ACM-G10 “Alchemist” GPU with 448 EUs, 3584 ALUs and 12 GB of GDDR6 memory running on a 192-bit 16 Gbps bus and approximately 200W TGP.
The graphics card is powered by an 8 + 6 connector configuration, which means a maximum card power of 300 W (150 W + 75 W from the connectors and 75 W from the PCIe interface). The best Intel Arc A770 and Arc A750 graphics cards will be available in limited edition alongside custom designs from partners. The card has three DisplayPort 2.0 connectors and a single HDMI 2.1 connector.
Intel Arc A-Series Desktop Graphics Lineup “Rumored”:
|Graphics card variant||GPU variant||GPU die||Execution units||Shading units (cores)||Memory capacity||Memory speed||Memory bus||TGP||Price||Status|
|Bow A770||Xe-HPG 512EU (TBD)||Bow ACM-G10||512 EU (to be determined)||4096 (TBD)||16 GB GDDR6||16 Gbps||256 bit||225W||$349 to $399 USD||Officially announced|
|Bow A770||Xe-HPG 512EU (TBD)||Bow ACM-G10||512 EU (to be determined)||4096 (TBD)||8 GB GDDR6||16 Gbps||256 bit||225W||$349 to $399 USD||Confirmed by leak|
|Bow A750||Xe-HP3G 448EU (TBD)||Bow ACM-G10||448 EU (to be determined)||3584 (to be determined)||8 GB GDDR6||16 Gbps||256 bit||225W||$299-$349 US||Officially announced|
|Bow A580||Xe-HPG 256EU (TBD)||Bow ACM-G10||256 EU (to be determined)||2048 (TBD)||8 GB GDDR6||16 Gbps||128 bit||175W||$200 to $299 USD||Confirmed by leak|
|Bow A380||Xe-HPG 128EU (TBD)||Bow ACM-G11||128 EU||1024||6 GB GDDR6||15.5 Gbps||96 bit||75W||$129-$139 US||Officially launched|
|Bow A310||Xe-HPG 64 (TBD)||Bow ACM-G11||64 EU (to be determined)||512 (to be determined)||4 GB GDDR6||16 Gbps||64 bit||75W||$59 to $99 USD||Confirmed by leak|
Intel Arc A750 Graphics Performance
Performance was tested using the same systems running an Intel Core i9-12900K processor, high-end Z690 motherboard, and 32GB (16GB x2) DDR5 memory running at speeds of up to 5600Mbps. The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 ran GeForce 516.59 drivers while the Arc A750 used an engineering driver.
Performance-wise, the card trades blows with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 in various titles. At 1080p, the Intel Arc A750 graphics card averages 4% faster in DX12 and 3% faster in Vulkan compared to the competition. At 1440p the difference widens a bit with the Arc A750 delivering up to 5% better performance in Vulkan and DX12 titles. This means that at higher resolutions, the Intel Arc graphics card will have a slight advantage over the competition despite both cards having the same 12GB buffer.
Here’s the full performance breakdown:
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