Intel Arc A5/A7 series mid-range and high-end graphics cards are finally getting closer and closer. The official is also a variety of pre-heat, exposure, and show, no surprise August should be able to see at least one. Today, Intel has once again shone a light on the Arc A750, mainly introducing VRR (variable refresh rate), HDR, HDMI, and incidentally also revealing the first actual runtime score.
The VRR part of the display used Death Stranding, 2560 x 1440 2K resolution, default settings, with an Acer 4K 120Hz monitor, the Arc A750 ran an average frame rate of 80-100FPS, not bad.
Intel confirmed that the Arc A series is compatible with any VRR-enabled display and has now been validated for 100 headers.
In addition, Intel also demonstrated HDR support at 3440×1440 resolution.
It is worth mentioning that Intel has previously disclosed the performance comparison of Arc A750, RTX 3060, a total of five games, the lead range from 6-17%.
But don’t forget, official data are often water and are preferred to their own favorable items, so it can be presumed that the Arc A750, RTX 3060 performance should be basically in the same class.