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PCI Express 4.0 x16
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0 x16|
|GPU Series||Intel Arc A-Series|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 2.0|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||225W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||550W|
|Power Connector||1 x 6-Pin + 1 x 8-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||280 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||280 mm x 115 mm|
|Slot Width||2 Slots|
|Date First Available||October 12, 2022|
Pros: - Value: I paid 280 from newegg. With the free software not too far off 200 for 3060 ti performance (for directx 12). it's very under rated. - I think it's better than what some were saying or it's gotten better either way my experience is good. Witcher 3 > 100 fps, Cyberpunk 60fps high , no ray tracing, Destiny 2 performance smooth and fast. - on 98% load it's running for me at about 70c. - more open nature -> xess, and linux support - no registration for drivers. - arc control has potential. - quality build. I know it got some flack from some reviews, but the build is great; it has a vapor chamber and run cool. I think mods might be a little annoying in time because they didn't use a backplate with screws though. - open strategy; like amd not creating a bunch of company specific tech - intel is good with long term support generally. Nvidia is actually pretty weak they never backport new tech to old cards one of the reasons I was looking for an alternative - they are focusing on the right things. Softwrae. I 'd prefer to see them work and continue to work on anything related to stability or compatibility. i've not see many issues out of arc control so that's good. - more enterprise feature, encoding and ai. - the gpus needs more open standards this is following that approach. - i'm actually going to call out dx11 has exceeded by far what i as expecting. It's fine the games i've tested o far. - a lot of cool ai tech that can be used for both games, productivity and hobby. - cost effective unlike some other products.
Cons: - rather have a metal backplate with screws - not enough xess support yet,but it's like fsr in being open so my hope is they just keep it open source or whatever and help people mod it in. I also have an amd card and the lesser fsr support wasn't an issue because mods started showing up all over and being a developer i dont' mind that one bit. - arc control issues. So i like the idea of it generally. it's what i want in terms of being a modern control application like amds. this was the main pain point. It reported rebar incorrectly i did have it enabled, and used benchmarks to figure it out. it also can hang and it's missing features i really want like fan control and it hung once. HOnesly though this is a minor issues. I can do a lot of this with afterburner. Fan control and making it so you can move the app around and when you click off it stays open would be my top bits, and improvements to the game manager. -
Overall Review: So i think this card for effectively 200 is a steal when you factor in software. It's very good at the retail price. I personally feel like the a750 is a little better value than the a 770. But if you can get the 16gb i'd go for that anyway just because i don't care what people say memory always matters eventually esp if your doing professional workloads. I don't just give 5 star reviews, i think this is a great product. Have the right expectations though you might need to tinker a bit. It has a ton of features and is super fun to use. I really want to get into the ai packages. I'm using windows 11 and it's been pretty nice, i want to use linux with it, but i don't have a 6.0 kerneal at the moment, so i'll set up arch to do that.--but will look into that over the holidays when i get time. I think it is worth picking up. If i had to guess they are releasing these slowly I also think newegg is pretty awesome to have carried this, and I've been having fantastic experiences with them getting great prices and deals. This was a great purchase. It woudl be great if stock improved though of this product.
Pros: Good performance for the money, AV1 decoding, superior upscaling technique and RT performance, works best at higher resolutions with high settings
Cons: Resizable BAR is pretty much required, performance wildly varies in older titles, driver issues, performance actually drops when playing at 1080p or lower resolutions and lower settings.
Overall Review: In my experience, this is a great card. Intel has already fixed many issues that reviewers encountered when sample units were released, and each driver update appears to have noticable improvements. Just make sure that the games you play run well, and if you are an eSports gamer that wants high fps on old titles, this card isn't for you.
Pros: -Performance per dollar is great -a little overkill for 1080p60 -Hovers around 100-150 watts of use depending on which game I play -Has great video encoding options for streaming, recording and just transcoding, plus has AV1 encoding. -Is quiet under load, rarely goes above 70C which is far from bad. -Raytracing is good when it works
Cons: -Arc Control software is a little finicky -Game compatibility is not a guarantee though drivers have been consistent
Overall Review: Overall this has been a great product. The first card I received ended up being a lemon, but that's just something that happens, Newegg thankfully took care of my issue and exchanged the card, and since installing it have been happily surprised by how well things worked, especially after my troubleshooting and the naysaying that happened at launch. In fact, if you're a tinkerer and getting one these, there's not a lot of tinkering left to do, it just works with a few minor exceptions, and those exceptions are getting fixed all the time. Honestly if you need a good 1080p card that doesn't make a lot of heat or draw a lot of power, this is a great option. Raytracing as well when it works, such as Doom Eternal, runs great at a locked 60fps and looks great. I would definitely buy another one of these for a second system if I needed it.
Pros: Nice slim card not to much rgb Very bright resolution Work with intel 10th gen or newer and amd ryen 5000 series or newer and some 3000 series chips as well
Cons: Little bigger card so make sure care is bigger Some matx cases wouldn't work for this card Gets a little more warm than other gpus
Overall Review: Great style Easy to fit in any pc case Great for budget builds 1080p high settings no problem
Pros: Amazing performance per dollar. Beats Nvidia RTX 3060 at a much lower price point. The build quality is solid, and I am impressed.
Overall Review: I have not encountered any issues in using this card. I suggest lowering the idle power by enabling L1 state for Pcie from BIOS (Intel has a simple guide for that).
Pros: - Very strong performer at 1440p - Some less demanding games run 4K/60FPS - Quiet card and stays cool even under load (not much over 60 C) - 2 slot design leaves room on my motherboard - Max power draw is 220W - Performance tuning options available in Arc Control, allowing for overclocking and power and temperature targets
Cons: - A small number of older games don't launch - Intel Arc Control software can lock up or not appear after launch, requires locking/unlocking PC to fix - No fan controls in Arc Control - Arc Control is an overlay instead of a window which can be problematic if it locks up
Overall Review: I got the A750, and it's been great so far. It replaced my GTX 1080 and has been outperforming it in about the 20 or so games that I tested it with. Only one game has failed to launch so far (Metal Gear Rising Revengeance, a DX9 game). The drivers have also given me no trouble, and only sometimes does Arc Control act a little weird, but locking/unlocking the PC resolves the issue. Once that behavior is fixed all I'll really hope for is more support for older DX games, but in modern games this card does so much for the $300 I paid for it. I've been playing Persona 5 Royal for about 10 hours total at this point at 4K/60FPS and it has run perfectly. Very happy with this card and am excited to see what Intel does next gen!
Pros: -Affordable -Pretty good raytracing capabilities (Honestly this surprised me how capable it is) -Performance on par with anything from a 1080ti to a 3070 depending on game and api, most of the time* (See cons) -VERY quiet -Cool, never went above 69 degrees C (Giggity) -Cost $249 at time of review, easily eclipsing offerings from rival companies unless you buy second or third hand -Intel is updating drivers constantly -Nifty optional toggle in driver package to silently download and apply profiles for popular games, all on demand and seamlessly, without you having to set anything for the game
Cons: -Specifically, certain titles on PC even using DX11, such as H:ZD and GOW, have random spikes down to around 45 fps. This could be shaders compiling, since it's now done silently in those titles, and may not be a con, but is worth considering -Multiple pieces of software to get the card running optimally. I only have 2 installed, and they're working on making it one streamlined package, so this might not be a con if you're reading this in 3 or 4 months from time of posting -Incompatible with WindowBlinds, but I did the survey and have faith Frogboy will fix it soon! -Inconsistent but improved DX9 performance. A game I have a long history of not having success with on modern AMD GPU's, Harbinger, works perfectly fine, but your character model kind of stutters back and forth when running. This might be in the game though, because I upgraded from a 5700 XT and I'm not sure if it was in Harbinger back in the day. -Certain DX9 programs that ran in windowed mode on both AMD and Nvidia gpus will only run in fullscreen mode. This isn't terrible, but if you're multi tasking and want to play Dungeon Siege 2, you'll have to stop what you're doing, save, and quit. Because DS2 doesn't have time for alt tabbing, foolio. I expect this to be fixed, and while this is a con at the moment.... The games I have this issue with do not have the infamous pointer bug that certain games and specifically GPG games have with win 10/11. Haven't test Space Siege yet... So this is sort of a con but only halfway.
Overall Review: I would heartily recommend this product, but you have to be aware of a few things. You are *not* getting 3070 performance in everything. Yes, Control might run on max settings with RT on and give you so many frames on a 60hz display you get screen tear, but then you have GOW which lowers itself down to a stumpy 44-50 fps frequently enough that you have to be aware of that. Spiderman with high/max settings and RT performs absolutely amazingly, though, so it's not like it's every title from a specific studio that has problems. Also, Uncharted averages over 80 fps on max settings for me, and it just came out and hasn't gotten the ol' optimisation routine the rest of the SOE games tend to get. Basically, just be aware this is a card you're getting at a discount, for a reason. It performs quite admirably for its price point, trading blows with cards that literally cost twice as much in many situations. However, you're an early adopter of new tech at the time of this review. While it is doing what competitors have already been doing for some time, it is coming from a company that hasn't done this since the '90s, barring integrated graphics. If you're on a budget, and you want a new card, you could do worse. One last note, optimal performance is achieved with enabling Smart Access Memory or ReBAR (look those up if you're confused). I can verify on a b450 motherboard paired with a 5600x, the card works to potential and rebar is enabled. I hope this review helps you, dear reader. Overall it was almost a lateral upgrade in some respects, because my previous card plays specific (very specific) games better, but it was still a diagonal upgrade. Getting competent ray tracing and upscaling abilities with a card that's pretty decent at rasterization, for $249? In this day and age? Please, if you can, show Intel we need them to offset corporate policies at their competitors for gpus. Vote with your wallet. I did, and I'm pleasantly surprised.
Pros: This video card was an experiment for me, I've been building Pc's since dos. I read the reviews and watched a few video's but was not ready to jump in until the latest drivers. The install was not straight forward, Asus board z690/12600k booted to no image, I reset the cmos and rebooted and got an image on my monitor. I downloaded the drivers and have not had any issue's since, I used intel's arc software and cranked up the settings to get a 149 on my GPU score without missing a beat on the benchmark software, for $250 this has been a very feel good buy, thanks to the dev's for pushing to get it stable.
Cons: The initial boot gave me a no signal, but I did not do a driver cleanup from my 6950xt. I purposely did not as many other cards do not require it, clearing cmos did the trick.
Overall Review: I think Intel getting into the market with these prices are great, the manipulation from amd and nvidia stinks, I can afford whatever I want to buy as long as the price is fair for what I am buying. Newegg has been good to me for many years and I know i'm usually dealing with like mind computer employees which help if there is an issue.
Overall Review: I had to tweak my 12900K / Z690 Gaming PC slightly for completely stable performance, but the end result massively exceeds my expectations. I updated BIOS; I enabled Resizable Bar (mandatory); I disabled Intel's overlay app; after setting up fan curves, disabled Intel Arc app from Startup; and curiously the step that ensured flawless performance was disabling Microsoft Edge utilization in my Win 10 Pro taskbar (called News and Interests in Taskbar Settings.). I do not understand why the interaction of taskbar web services and Intel Arc driver created issue, but for my system it 100% created random brief black screens. Disabling that setting fixed issue completely. Tweak observations aside, the Arc 750 is a lovely card. It is reasonably sized. I have no coil whine. My fan curves ensure silent operation once operating system is up and running after boot/wake from sleep. On my system about a 20-25% performance boost from my high quality 5700XT Nitro + (I won't say brand as I don't know NewEgg policy on that). Definitely recommend as mid-tier gaming card. Definitely recommend for integrated graphics upgrade. Driver updates have been incredible, and hope they continue until Intel Battlemage releases - which I will likely purchase.
Pros: - Card looks very nice and feels very high quality - Driver issues are rapidly improving
Cons: - Stability will be different for each person - Ray-tracing ability is lacking
Overall Review: I have heard about countless driver issues, but I have been daily-driving this card for the past few months and haven't had a single issue with it. However, most of the games I play are not the latest and greatest Triple A titles or really old titles. I predominantly play more modern, smaller Indie games, and I haven't had a single issue. The games and software used greatly affect this cards reputation, but I have had no issues. I have tried some ray-tracing benchmarks and games, like Minecraft RTX, and the ray-tracing still tanks framerates. It technically works, but it isn't worth enabling for most games on this card.