Hope for Intel: Arc A750 Limited Edition GPU Review & Benchmarks

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Our review of the Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition video card benchmarks it vs. the A770, the AMD RX 6600, RX 6600 XT, NVIDIA RTX 3050, and more. The A750 is part of Intel’s “Alchemist” architecture GPUs, and so consists of the same core design as the A770 and A380, just in between in the core count. That makes it cheaper, as the Intel A750 has a launch MSRP of $290, whereas the A770 8GB has a launch price of $330, or the 16GB model has a $350 MSRP. The release date for the Arc A750 GPU is October 12th, the same day as the NVIDIA RTX 4090 launch; however, at a much lower price, Intel is able to target the side of the market that NVIDIA has currently left abandoned. The A750 is far more arguable than the A770 previously, and this testing will show the differences between the A770 and A750.

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00:00 – Intel A750 Limited Edition Video Card Review
01:15 – Drivers Same as A770
02:17 – Differences Between the A750 & A770
03:51 – A750 Thermals & Fan Speed
04:59 – A750 Power Consumption
05:40 – Total Warhammer 1080p GPU Benchmarks
07:06 – Total Warhammer 1440p Benchmarks vs. RX 6600 & XT
07:57 – Rainbow Six Siege Bad on Intel Arc (Dx11)
08:59 – RX 580 vs. A750 Frametime Consistency Charts
09:59 – Rainbow Six 1440p & 4K A750 Benchmarks
10:50 – F1 2022 GPU Benchmarks at 1080p, 1440p, & 4K
12:50 – Final Fantasy XIV Gives Intel More Hope
14:52 – Tomb Raider 1080p, 1440p GPU Benchmarks A750 vs. A770
15:49 – Intel’s Best Case Scenario in Vulkan
16:35 – Conclusion: The Good & The Bloodbath
20:29 – It’s Not Your Job to Kickstart Intel!

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Host, Writing, Testing & Lead: Steve Burke
Testing, Research: Patrick Lathan
Video Editing, Testing: Mike Gaglione
Video Production: Andrew Coleman
Supporting Writing: Jeremy Clayton

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