Intel ARC A750 limited edition graphics card first exposed: not as good as RTX 3070
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Intel ARC A750 limited edition graphics card first exposed: not as good as RTX 3070.
The Intel ARC graphics card is progressing slowly, but it is quite playable.
It was announced as early as the end of March when the ARC A370M was launched.
A limited edition desktop graphics card will be released this summer , and a rendering map will be released.
Now, Gamers Nexus has exclusive access to this limited-edition graphics card, model number ARC A750.
As in the previous renderings, the back of the card is designed to be fully covered, but no frontal photos are released, and there are no two fans in sight.
Gamers Nexus also revealed that it is already running a benchmark , but cannot disclose any data for the time being.
The ARC A750 is the currently known sub-flagship version, with 24 Xe cores, 192-bit 12GB GDDR6 memory, and an estimated RTX 3060 or RTX 3060 Ti level.
It also has an ARC A770 on top of it, 32 Xe cores, 256-bit 16GB GDDR6 memory, which should rival the RTX 3070.
Strangely, I don’t know why Intel chose non-high-end models to make limited editions, are there more limited editions? Or the flagship card has been immature?
It is also uncertain when the A750 and A770 will be released.
According to Intel’s previous statement, it is expected that it will be the first release in China in late summer.
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