The Intel Arc A750 is pitted against the RTX 3060 from NVIDIA and the Radeon 6600 from AMD. Intel has shared benchmarks to get an idea of its performance.
A CPU juggernaut and a key player in the integrated GPU-on-a-chip market, Intel aims to make a name for itself in the dedicated graphics card segment. And to gain the trust of users, the founder published an article comparing the scores of his Arc A750 and Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3060.
According to Intel data, The Arc A750 is an average of 1.03 to 1.05 times faster than the RTX 3060 according to events. Suffice it to say that according to Intel’s specifications, it is almost the same, and of course a big difference depending on the tested game, definition, graphics quality and DirectX 12 or Vulkan technology. The biggest difference between the two GPUs seems to come at 1440p.
Intel Arc A750 vs. NVIDIA RTX 3060: There is no real winner
As always, these numbers should be taken with a grain of salt. It is not known under what conditions the tests were carried out. And above all, each graphics card has its advantages and the choice between the two will largely depend on your gaming habits. At 1080p Ultra, the Intel Arc A750 performs better on Wolfenstein: Youngblood than the RTX 3060. But at 1440p High, the RTX 3060 gains again, while on average it performs worse than the Arc A750 at 1440p.
Turn on Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, the advantage goes to NVIDIA, whose RTX 3060 allows 76 and 67 frames per second, respectively in 1080p Ultra and 1440p High. With the same settings, the Arc A750 achieves 67 and 62 frames per second. For other titles such as Control, Cyberpunk 2077 or Death Stranding: Director’s Cut, the Arc A750 leads the way.
It’s interesting how the Intel Arc A725 seems to perform better in Call of Duty: Warzone than the RTX 3060 (130/115 fps vs 98/75 fps), with the trend completely reversed when it comes to Call of Duty: Warzone. : Vanguard (95/75 fps for Arc A750 vs 136/107 fps for RTX 3060).
The Intel Arc A750 should go on sale soon for around $300.