Intel has announced a price cut for its Arc A750 graphics cards. Their cost has dropped to $ 249 (about 17,400 rubles), while previously it cost $ 289 (almost 21,000 rubles). At the same time, Intel claims that performance in some games has increased by up to 52% – this has become possible thanks to new drivers.
So the Arc A750 could be a better buy than the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060, which starts at $391. While it’s too early to talk about a specific performance boost, we’ll have to wait for independent testing.
Intel noted that the performance gain was provided by driver number 4086. It is also claimed that in games on DirectX 9, performance increased by 10-77%. But in games with DirectX 11 and 12, performance did not increase that much, the manufacturer also admits. More emphasis was placed on stability.
In addition, the company said more game developers are adding XeSS AI scaling technology to their projects, which increases frame rate without increasing load. So far it’s in 35 games.😢 Not even the icon helped
Source: VG Times
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