Intel released 18.104.22.16855 graphics card driver, support “Resident Evil 4 Remake”. Now, Intel has officially released the Resident Evil 4 Remake test data for the Intel Arc A750 graphics card.
According to Intel’s official data, in the “Resident Evil 4 Remake” 1080p high definition test, the Intel Arc A750 can reach 109.6fps, the competitor RTX 3060 12G is 105.7fps; in the 1440p high definition test, the Arc A750 can reach 78.5fps, the competitor RTX 3060 12G is 70.5fps.
In terms of parameters, Arc A750 uses 28 Xe cores, equipped with 8GB 16Gbps 256bit GDDR6 memory, TDP 225W, 8+6pin power supply, equipped with four DP 2.0 interfaces and one HDMI 2.1 interface.
The game was officially released on March 24, landing on PC, PS4, PS5 and XSX|S platforms, with the Steam standard version priced at $348 and the digital premium version at $398. Officially, the work in retaining the essence of the original version at the same time, modernized gameplay, reconceived storyline and the latest graphics performance to “Resident Evil 4” remake to become a new survival horror game will be life and death, horror and feelings instantly intertwined. And this time, players can continue to immerse themselves in the game with Chinese dubbing.