Intel graphics card performance beyond RTX 3060 is conditional
Intel graphics card performance beyond RTX 3060 is conditional.
Intel officially released the Arc A770 and A750 series graphics cards at the end of September.
These are the flagship graphics cards under the Arc brand.
Counting the A380, A310 and A580, the layout of the GPU family code-named “Alchemist” is complete.
In terms of price, the A750 8GB graphics card is priced at about $289, the A770 8GB version is priced at $329, and the A770 16GB version is priced at $349.
Because of this, Intel emphasizes that their graphics cards are more cost-effective, and even the light tracking performance is 65% higher than that of competing products, which is quite confident.
Everyone has seen the first evaluations .
To a certain extent, Intel has not exaggerated the advantages of the A770 graphics card.
The performance can indeed exceed the RTX 3060, and the cost performance is also very high, but this is also conditional.
The PCMag website summed up a few points, pointing out that if the A770 wants to beat the RTX 3060, the platform and the game must be considered.
Specifically, the platform processor/motherboard must be relatively new, and the reBAR technology must be supported. The game must be DX12 or Vulkan.
Support RT light pursuit, not old games such as DX11 or DX9.
After these conditions are met at the same time, the performance of the A770 and A750 graphics cards can be better displayed, otherwise the performance will be seriously affected, especially the reBAR technology, which has a great impact on the game performance of the A770/A750 graphics card when it is turned on and off, and can even affect 30% to 50% performance.