Ahead of the actual arrival of the two Arc desktop GPUs, Intel shared further details about the products. The relatively high-end A770, priced at US$329, was previously confirmed to have 32 Xe cores, 32 optical tracking cores, a 2,100MHz clock and 8GB / 16GB of memory (512Gb/s and 560Gb/s memory bandwidth). ), while the A750 which starts from US$289 has 28 Xe cores and ray tracing cores, a clock of 2,050MHz and 8GB of memory (512Gb/s). Now, according to Intel’s benchmark results, both of them outperform NVIDIA’s mid-range GeForce RTX 3060.
Intel says the A770 outperforms the RTX 3060 by 42% per dollar, and the A750 outperforms it by 53%. In most of the games they tested, the 16GB version of the A770 outperformed the similarly priced RTX 3060 model. When running Fortnite, the A770’s ray tracing advantage is claimed to be 1.56x. Of course, running scores are often just official publicity methods, and it will be announced on October 12 if the product is that good.