Test Intel Arc A750 Graphics Card

While NVIDIA and AMD have finally entered the entry-level market, it’s time to take a closer look at the particular case of the Intel Arc A750. It is indeed more interesting than one might think.

Arriving in an all-new market is no small feat. Intel paid the price this year by launching its first graphics cards, the Arc A770 and A750. We have already had the opportunity to test the first one, which is not without interest, but is little convincing compared to its rivals. But now that the RTX 4060 and RX 7600 are available on the market, does the Intel Arc A750 not have a place to make among its illustrious competitors? This is the crucial question that motivated this test.

Features of the Intel Arc A750:
– Video memory: 8 GB GDDR6
– Boost frequency: 2050 MHz
– Memory bandwidth: 512 GB/s
– Bus width: 256 bits
– TGP: 225 watts
– MSRP Price: 319 €

Note that the original MSRP price of the card was 379 euros, before Intel officially decided to lower the recommended price.

Our reference games:
– Cyberpunk 2077
– Hogwarts Legacy
– Star Wars Jedi Survivor
– Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales
– Diablo IV
– Street Fighter 6
– Valorant

Our performance measurements at 1080p:
Given the price positioning of the card, particularly against its rivals, we focus here on the performance at 1080p of the Intel Arc A750. As a reminder, the blue team makes a lot of fuss about its ray-tracing capabilities, and promises a lot for the future of its own AI-boosted upscaling engine: XeSS.

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