There is now a new player in the graphics card market, where AMD and NVIDIA have been competing for years. Intel has announced that it will launch its ARC series of cards starting this year. It also positions them directly in front of market players. So much so that according to the results shared today, the ARC A750 outperformed the RTX 3060 and lower models with its performance.
Intel ARC A750 beat RTX 3060 in performance!
In a statement made by Intel today, it says that the performance of the new generation ARC A750 graphics card has surpassed the RTX 3060. When we look at the benchmarks, we see that comparisons are made in 5 different games.
Of course, it states that these performance data are obtained from the test done at 2560 × 1440, that is, 2K resolution. Accordingly, Intel’s new ARC A750 graphics card manages to outperform the RTX 3060 by an average of 15 percent. As an important detail, since DLSS-like features were not enabled in these tests, we can say that NVIDIA is actually fighting with one hand behind.
In this case, we can say that the ARC A750 can reproduce 4K 120/144 Hz very comfortably in games that do not demand high graphic performance such as CS: GO. However, it should be noted that both cards are primarily targeting 1080p or Full HD resolution for AAA-class gaming.
On the price side, NVIDIA currently sells the RTX 3060 for around $400 in the global market. Since Intel is new to the market, it is expected to sell the ARC A750 for just over $350, following the policy once implemented by AMD.
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