GeForce RTX 3060 Trades Blows with Intel Arc A750 in 50 Games – Intel earlier this week released its own performance numbers for as many as 50 benchmarks spanning the DirectX-12 and Vulkan APIs. From our testing, the Arc A-380 performs sub par with its rivals in games based on the DirectX-11 API.
Intel tested the A-750 in the 1080p and 1440p resolutions, and compared the performance numbers with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060. Broadly, the testing reveals the A-750 to be 4% faster than the RTX-3060 in DirectX-12 titles at 1080p; about 6% faster at 1440p; about 5% faster in Vulkan titles at 1080p, and about 6% faster at 1440p.
All testing was done without ray-tracing, performance enhancements such as X-eSS or DLSS weren’t used. The small set of 6 Vulkan-API titles show a more consistent performance lead for the A-750 over the RTX-3060, whereas the DirectX-12 API titles sees the two trade blows, with a diversity of results varying among game engines.
In “Dolmen,” for example, the RTX-3060 scores 347-FPS compared to the Arc’s-263. In “Resident Evil VIII,” the Arc scores 160FPS compared to 133FPS of the GeForce. Such variations among the titles pulls up the average in favor of the Intel card. Intel stated that the A-750 is on course to launch “later this year,” but without being any more specific than that. The individual test results can be seen below5
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