Results are exemplary only
Manufacturers presenting their handpicked game-based internal benchmarks before a new product launch is nothing new, but Intel’s approach to benchmarking for the Arc A750 is even more special.
In its showcase of the Arc A750 Limited Edition, the expected reference model of the graphics card, Intel makes it very clear that the selected games are explicitly games in which the driver already works well and that the achieved performance cannot be transferred to others. games.
The performance results shown here are from a small subset of games that perform very well on Intel® Arc™ and the Alchemist architecture. I’m not claiming that ALL GAMES show these results, but it is a view of what Intel Arc A-series cards are capable of with the correct software and engineering enablement.
Ryan Shrout, Intel
With this, Intel confirms for the Arc A750 in advance what had already been announced with the Arc A350, the graphics driver and software remain Intel’s biggest construction site. In order for Intel Xe HPG, also known as “Alchemist”, to show what it is capable of, all the general conditions must be correct and obviously they are not doing so at the moment.
The fact that Intel, with the A350 and A750, is soon to launch two graphics cards of the first generation Arc in China and is not yet present with the products in Europe and the US says it all.
Perhaps Intel would like to make a bigger appearance in this country with the second generation, also known as “Battlemage”. The first comparisons with the competition, for example in the duel “Intel A370M vs. AMD 6500M”, in which Intel was clearly the loser.
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