The Intel Arc A770 LE and A750 offer great value and performance for 1080p and 1440p gaming, with the A770 LE easily rivaling the RTX 3060. The cards require a 10th-gen Intel CPU or AMD Ryzen 3000 CPU or newer for ReBAR support, and have a XeSS framework that needs some work. Performance is strong, with the A770 and A750 crushing the RTX 3060 and 6650 XT at 1080p, and the A770 being 7% slower than the RTX 3060 Ti and almost 30% faster than the Radeon 6650 XT at 1440p.
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Intel's Arc A770 and A750 are the first discrete gaming graphics cards to make it out of the prototype stage, and they are surprisingly good. They offer great 1080p and 1440p gaming performance, competitive ray tracing performance, and relatively inexpensive prices, but require a 10th-gen Intel CPU or AMD Ryzen 3000 CPU or newer for ReBAR support. They also have a XeSS framework that needs some work, and they have a sluggish XeSS core that is not as fast as AMD's RX 6000 graphics cards.
Intel Arc A770 and A750 review: Intel did the impossible | Digital Trends
Performance now is mighty good as we see here with the Intel Arc A770 and A750, both of which crushed the RTX 3060 and 6650 XT at 1080p.
The 1440p results are pretty strong, too, the A770 was just 7% slower than the RTX 3060 Ti and almost 30% faster than the Radeon 6650 XT.
Intel Arc A770 & A750 Review | TechSpot