Intel Arc A770 Benchmarks - An Incredibly Solid Mid-Range Card

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Written by Sean Mekinda

Intel has officially entered the graphics card arena (you can check out our breakdown over here for full details!), so we sat down with their new 16GB Arc A770 and put it through the wringer to get an idea of how it'd perform under daily use. Check out our results below:

Our System:


3DMark (v2.23.7457):

3DMark's GPU tests push graphics cards to their limits. Time Spy uses DirectX12 to really test a GPU's power. Port Royal is 3DMark's ray tracing test, designed for real-time ray tracing. These 3DMark results show a fantastic option for an entry-to-mid-level graphics card that can handle some ray tracing.

PassMark (v10.2):

Similar to 3DMark, PassMark is designed to push GPUs to their limits. However, unlink 3DMark, PassMark tests both 2D and 3D graphics operations, all the way from DirectX9 to DirectX12 in 4K. Like the 3DMark results, we see that the Arc A770 is a great first entry in the GPU market from Intel for mid-level builds

UNIGINE Superposition (v1.1):

Superposition is a staple benchmark, pushing cards for both performance and stability with intense ray tracing. We put the Arc A770 through the 1080P Extreme test, as we knew it would shine. And with an average fram rate of 120 FPS, shine it did. 1080p Extreme, despite being only 1080p, is a remarkably intensive test, still making heavy use of ray tracing. And at 120FPS average, the A770 continues to show that this is a card that is ready for 1080p esports and AAA titles.

Intel's A770 is an absolute monster of a card, one that has handily claimed the spot at the top. With incredible ray tracing abilities and the capacity to handle 8K gaming with smooth frame rates, this is the new go-to card for anyone looking to stay at the absolute cutting edge.

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