Review: Intel ARC A770 16GB & ARC A750 8GB


Finally, that’s the first word that sums up the beginning of this test because yes, we’ve been waiting for Intel GPUs for quite a while. Now, let’s not forget that between the rumors of stopping production and the delays, this is a first generation of graphics cards for Intel. And as Raja has repeatedly reminded us, the number of obstacles for this first launch has been substantial. But now we are happy to say that we have a copy of the Intel ARC A770 16GB and the Intel ARC A750 8GB in the lab.

As a reminder, Intel launched its first entry-level model, the ARC A380 version, back in June. Here, with these two cards A770 and A750, we are on the two high-end models of the brand that we hope to see compete with AMD and NVIDIA in the definitions 1080p and 1440p. Finally, you should know that an Intel A580 is also on the program, but certainly not immediately. Intel has summarized it well, it humbly lands with a first generation while not forgetting where they come from and where they want to go. Let’s not forget that personally, it is a real satisfaction to see a third brand land in the world of GPU with certainly the means to redistribute the cards.

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On our side, our will is always to offer you the most relevant results, which forces us to regularly update our charts. And this is once again the case with the “re-run” of all our GPUs on our test platform with the latest drivers available to date. As you know, this takes time and therefore not all GPUs will be reintroduced to our graphics yet, but it will happen in the coming days. Unfortunately, we lost almost 36 hours due to a hardware failure of our main SSD containing all our games. Having only a VDSL connection, the time to re-download them all caused us a lot of delay.

But no worries, the main challengers of these ARC A770 and ARC A750 are well present and our graphics will focus on 1080p and 1440p definitions.