Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition design surfaces in Arc A380 review
Gamers Nexus has got its hands on an Arc A750, a mid-range unit of whose existence Intel has not confirmed yet. Referenced in drivers earlier this year, it is unclear what plans Intel has for the Arc A750. However, Gamers Nexus' review of the lesser Arc A380 underlines that the Arc A750 would lack the driver support to compete with AMD and NVIDIA's established offerings.
In fact, Gamers Nexus has already warned its viewers against buying that Arc A750, whenever it arrives. While the graphics card apparently performs better than expected in some games like F1 2021, the user experience is too erratic for all but enthusiasts at this stage. Gamers Nexus has clarified that it is not reviewing the Arc A750 yet, though. Instead, it ran a few benchmarks when an Intel engineer visited.
Currently, Gamers Nexus has only provided one photo of the graphics card too, shown in its reference design livery. Matching the design that Intel teased during its Arc Graphics launch, it seems that the Arc A750 may launch in China first, assuming it follows in the footsteps of the Arc A380. For reference, the Arc A750 is rumoured to feature 24 Xe cores out of a possible 32, plus 12 GB of GDDR6 VRAM operating on a 256-bit memory bus.