Intel has released a new performance preview video for the upcoming Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition graphics card via YouTube.
The video shows Intel's graphics card, in tandem with an Intel Core i9-12900K processor, running CyberPunk 2077 at an average performance of 60,79 fps at 2560×1440 resolution.
Intel also presented some of its benchmark findings against a system powered by Nvidia's RTX 3060 GPU. The results show that the Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition delivers 1,15 times the performance over the RTX 3060.
The Intel Arc A750 also had a marginal performance advantage over the RTX 3060 for F1 2022, Control, Borderlands 3, and Fortnite, all when played at 2560×1440 resolution.
Of course, this is a relatively small sample and Intel would no doubt have chosen the games that make its own GPU performance the most impressive. But still, it's great to see Intel compete with one of the most cost-effective Full HD graphics cards on the market in the Nvidia RTX 3060.
However, Intel has not yet officially confirmed the Intel Arc A750 release date or price. Wccftech previously reported that the graphics card in question could cost $350, but that is yet to be confirmed. If accurate, it would be slightly more expensive than the Nvidia RTX 329's $299 / £3060 launch price.
Intel has confirmed that it will release more content and information regarding its upcoming line of Intel Arc GPUs in the coming weeks, which could potentially mean we're not too far away from an official launch.
We'll be covering all the latest Intel Arc GPU news and leaks, and hope to review graphics cards as soon as samples become available, so be sure to keep an eye out for trusted reviews.