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Intel Arc A770 Benchmarks leaked

Intel announced their new desktop graphics cards less than a month ago with a short but epic movie. Now the first benchmarks have already been published, although the drivers are not yet available to the public.

Arc A770 Benchmarks leaked; Image: Intel

A benchmark test with the graphics card 'Intel Arc A770 Graphics RI (30.0.101.1723)' was published on the Puget Systems website. The card was tested with the Intel Core i5-9600K with 3.7 GHz, 16 gigabytes of Ram with 2667 megahertz frequency, a motherboard called 'Intel Corporation CoffeeLake S UDIMM RVP' and with Windows 11 Pro as operating system.


The benchmark achieved an overall score of exactly 500 points. 17 points for 4K media, 45 points for GPU effects and 88 points for Fusion. However, the 500 points are nothing compared to the RTX 3070, which can easily score over 1000 points. However, we have to emphasize that the processor also plays a role in these benchmarks and a ninth generation can hardly keep up with a twelfth generation, so the data is a bit blurry and can hardly say whether the graphics card is good.


The whole thing should also be viewed critically, because the drivers are not yet out for this graphics card and can therefore not exploit its full potential.


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