A Look at the First Arc Retail Card: PUBG and Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak on the Gunnir A380
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A look at the first Arc graphics card available to gamers came just over a week ago with Ryan Shrout’s sneak peek of the Gunnir A380 graphics card – plus a bit of PUBG gameplay.
Got my hands on the retail version of the Gunnir Intel Arc A380 Photon 6G OC card. It's only available in China right now so WW buyers might not see it locally, but the build quality is exceptional. Mainstream 1080pMed gaming, DX12 Ultimate, AV1 HW encode, solid value! #IAmIntel pic.twitter.com/88tgxducI9— Ryan Shrout (@ryanshrout) July 5, 2022
Now beyond first impressions, Ryan is putting our new graphics card through its paces with an intense battle in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. Take a look as Ryan stands up to the fur-midable Blood Orange Bishaten here.
More from our Intel Arc Graphics journey in gaming: check out the Intel Arc A380 and @MonsterHunter Rise: Sunbreak running over 90FPS! pic.twitter.com/G02E3WVSGk— Ryan Shrout (@ryanshrout) July 12, 2022
The same Gunnir A380 card powers this pummeling and it runs Sunbreak purrfectly smooth at over 90 frames per second. With fast and stutter-free gameplay, the A380 is more than capable of playing the best games at 1080p medium.
We’re not stopping here! Stay tuned for future Arc content on your favorite games, creator highlights like AV1 video encoding, and more.
July 14, 2022
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