Today is an exciting day for everyone at Intel who’s part of the Arc Graphics journey! We’re ready to start sharing performance data and having discussions about our desktop discrete performance GPUs.
First, some context. As we approach global product availability later this summer, I want us to share our story directly to our gaming community, enthusiasts, and anyone else that is interested in the arc of…Arc. You’ll hear from us on performance, compatibility, partners, technologies, and more, in the form of blogs, videos, interviews, social media snippets, etc. Your one-stop to find all of this information will be right here: Arc.Intel.com.
I started this over the last couple of weeks, showing the Gunnir Intel Arc A380 retail card running PUBG and then some captured footage of the A380 playing Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. But today we stretch further up the stack and talk directly about performance of the upcoming Intel® Arc™ A750 Limited Edition graphics card.
Performance results shown here are from a small subset of the games, that work very well with Intel® Arc™ and the Alchemist architecture. I’m not asserting that ALL GAMES will show these results, but it’s a view of what Intel Arc A-series cards are capable of with the right software and engineering enablement.
I’m excited for what we have to share, and the story that we’ll be bringing to gamers this summer! Keep checking Arc.Intel.com, follow me @ryanshrout, and check in on @IntelGraphics to make sure you’re always getting the latest.
I can’t wait for you to be able to come play with us on Intel Arc!
July 15, 2022
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