The new Intel graphics card seeks to attack NVIDIA’s best quality-price GPU in the best field: price
Intel still has a lot to prove with their ARC and it is that the international market is the main obstacle that those of the blue team must overcome. Although the marketing of this new range of GPUs has already timidly begun in Asia, in half the world we are still waiting for the full range of cards to arrive, and one of them is looking for attack directly to RTX 3060 with an even lower price.
As Tom Petersen and Ryan Shrout, Intel marketing chiefs, have commented to the PcGamer medium, the A750 is the Most competitive GPU that those of Intel keep under lock and key. This, together with the A770, are the most competitive models that Intel currently has, but there are certain “problems to solve”.
The first of them is him DirectX11 performance where the RTX 3060, target graphics for Intel, wins without much effort where its GPU stays below. The direct competitor to NVIDIA’s entry-level range, the A750 performs exceptionally well in DirectX12 where “you will get significantly better performance higher than RTX 3060“, according to Petersen. The percentage, according to internal tests, can mean a 17% more performance compared to the NVIDIA GPU.
Intel would have lowered expectations for DirectX11 and therefore expected slightly worse performance in older games and those that are released today with this API. Still, it’s the introductory price of the A750 what will make the difference. “It’s going to be a very competitive yield-per-dollar entry,” say the Americans.
But what about the price? At the moment, we do not know what the cost will be to get one of these GPUs on launch day and PcGamer has not been able to obtain information in this regard. That yes, not everything is good news, rather bittersweet, and it is that Petersen points out that it is probable that the prices fluctuate before its official announcement.