[PLUS] Intel Arc A770 and A750 in the extended print test
After a long wait and several postponements, it actually happened: Intel’s Arc series gaming graphics cards are on the market and can even be found with the first private individuals. Around 23 years after the last Intel graphics card, the processor market leader dares to attack the seemingly eternal duopoly of AMD Radeon and Nvidia Geforce. With the graphics cards of the Arc-A7 series, Intel is specifically targeting Nvidia’s Geforce RTX 3060 and wants to beat it in terms of price-performance ratio. Of course, we also compare the Arc A770 and Arc A750 with the Radeon RX 6600 XT, 6650 XT and other models.
The first Arc generation goes by the code name Alchemist and is referred to as the A-Series, corresponding to the letter. The spotlight is currently on the Arc A770 and A750, with which Intel wants to pick up both Full HD and WQHD gamers – including ray tracing usability. Both are based on the best that Intel’s graphics division currently has to offer: the ACM-G10, also known as the DG2 (Desktop Graphics 2). Here, too, the ACM stands for Alchemist. The G10 accommodates 21.7 billion circuits on a 406 mm² core area and is manufactured in the N6 process at the Taiwanese chip forge TSMC.
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You will find the following products in the test:
- Intel Arc A770 Limited Edition
- Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition
- AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT
- AMD Radeon RX 6650 XT
- Nvidia Geforce RTX 3060
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