Intel has shared initial details of its upcoming Arc A750 Limited Edition GPU, and it appears to outperform the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 for games like Cyberpunk 2077, Control, Fortnite, and more.

Intel shared the information blog and a video and revealed the performance results of a small group of games that “work very well with the Intel Arc and Alchemist architectures.” Intel notes that not all games will show these results, but this is “a glimpse of what Intel Arc A-series cards are capable of with the right software and engineering capabilities.”

Compared to the 3060 in relative performance at Average FPS, 2560X1440 resolution and High presets, the Arc A750 performs 17% better on F1 2021, 15% better on Cyberpunk 2077, 14% better on Control, 13% better on Control. 6% better in Borderlands 3 and Fortnite.

Intel still has more to say about the A750 GPU, including its performance in other games, when it will be available, how much it will cost, how it will handle XeSS and ray tracing, and more.

Intel is doing its best to be very open about its entry into the GPU market, and has shared detailed information about it Guinnir Intel Arc A380 and showed how it performed while playing PUBG and Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak.

Running Monster Hunter at 90fps, the company showed the A380 is “more than capable of playing the best games in a 1080p environment.”

Arc brand graphics cards appeared in 2021 by Intel and shared that the entry-level Arc 3, specifically the Gunnir Intel Arc A380 Photon 6G OC graphics card, will be released in China first. higher-end Arc 5 and Arc 7 cards will follow later this summer.

After a report that this sneak peek Intel will raise the price of its CPUs in 2022. In some cases, the price increase can be more than 20%.

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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and continues Twitch.

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