Intel Arc A750 beats Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 by up to 5% on average in first-party gaming benchmarks
Following the five-game first-party benchmark of the Arc A750 released in July, Intel has now unveiled benchmark results for nearly 50 games where the company compared the Arc A750 with the Nvidia RTX 3060. Intel tested most games on DirectX 12 and six games on Vulkan at 1080p Ultra and 1440p High settings.
According to Intel’s testing, the Arc A750 managed to overtake the RTX 3060 by 3% on average when running games at 1080p Ultra using DX12. The 1080p-lead increased to 4% on Vulkan. The Arc A750 came out ahead of the RTX 3060 by 5% at 1080p and 1440p, on both DX12 and Vulkan.
Upon analyzing the individual games, we get to see that the Arc A750 traded blows with Nvidia’s offering on both DX12 and Vulkan. For instance, in AC: Valhalla, the Arc A750 produced 67 fps at 1080p Ultra on DX12 compared to 76 managed by the RTX 3060. On 1440p High, Intel’s champion scored a respectable 62 fps while the RTX 3060 remained ahead with 67 fps.
Moving on, the Arc A750 handily beat the RTX 3060 in CoD: Warzone at both 1080p and 1440p, managing 130 and 115 fps respectively compared to RTX 3060’s result of 98 and 75 fps.
The story played out similarly on Vulkan. For instance, in DOOM Eternal, Intel’s board performed better than Team Green’s offering by about 5 fps, scoring 200 fps. The roles were reversed in 1440p where the RTX 3060 came out on top with 166 fps compared to 158 fps produced by the Arc A750.
Although the Arc A750 is looking impressive in this latest first-party showing, take the benchmark results with a pinch of salt, as the board hasn’t been tested by independent third-party reviewers. Sadly, we don’t know when Intel is planning to release the GPU, as the company is remaining tight-lipped about the availability, full specifications, and price of the board.