Recently, Intel disclosed the retail price and release date of their flagship A770 GPU. More information about the A770 GPU and the cheaper A750 GPU are being announced today.
The A750 is the second-best option in Intel's high-end Arc 7 lineup, below the A770. It will go on sale alongside the A770 (starting at $329) on October 12 for a starting price of $289. The Limited Edition, Intel-designed A770 with 16GB of RAM will cost $349, the company said.
When compared to Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3060, the company also provided benchmark performance data. Intel states that when running a variety of games with varied APIs, the A750 performs on average 6% faster than the 3060 at 1440p.
The company also presented numbers that took into account the 3060's current market pricing of roughly $418, which, when compared to the A750's $289, offered a 53% gain in performance/dollar measure favoring Intel.
Intel's current performance indicators and driver health seem to have the company feeling confident. We should find out how these new cards compare to not only Nvidia but also AMD in the reviews that are scheduled to begin appearing next week.