Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition GPU might end up being a Huge Disappointment

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Expectations for the upcoming Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition GPU are being muted. The chipmaker gives us the tiniest of views of the card’s fairly mediocre on-paper performance in a new film that is only three minutes long.

It’s vital to keep in mind that the A750 is one of Intel’s top-of-the-line GPUs, as indicated by the “7” at the front of its name before we continue. The Arc 5 and Arc 3, which are designed to offer midrange and entry-level performance, respectively, are positioned below the Arc 7 according to Intel’s naming rules.

credit: GamersNexus

In the video, Ryan Shrout from Intel starts up Cyberpunk 2077 on a computer with the A750 chip installed, but instead of spending much time on gameplay, he jumps right to performance. Shrout claims that the card averages “just under” 60 frames per second (FPS) with the game set to the “high-quality” preset and 2560 x 1440 resolution. While this isn’t horrible, it’s not exactly what you’d expect from a firm like Intel’s entry into the discrete graphics card market.

Next, Shrout displays benchmark results, demonstrating how the card compares against the base-level Nividia GeForce RTX 3060. On games like Cyberpunk 2077, F1 2021, Control, Borderlands 3, and Fortnite, the Intel Arc A750 performs 1.06 to 1.15 times better than the typical RTX 3060. The performance of Arc won’t always appear this well in games, but Shrout cautions that these benchmark tests still provide “a great view of what Arc is capable of with the right game enablement and software engineering.”

The initial impression provided by Intel isn’t that impressive

The entry-level Arc A380 desktop GPU and the A370M and A350M mobile GPUs from Intel have already been made available in some different notebooks in China. The Arc A750 GPU is scheduled to debut later this summer.

credit: Intel

For Intel’s new series of GPUs, things aren’t looking so good right now. According to a review by Linus Tech Tips, the 16-inch HP Spectre x360 laptop’s addition of Intel’s A370M rendered it “worse” than the RTX 3050 variant, and PC gaming YouTube channel Gamer Nexus noted inconsistent performance with the A380.

Any new product will inevitably have bugs and other issues, and as Linus notes in his video, people might be less likely to purchase something that needs venturing into uncharted waters, especially now when GPUs are so widely accessible and Nvidia’s 40-series cards are just around the corner.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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