Intel Shows Arc A750 GPU Running Death Stranding: 1440p and 80 to 100 FPS

Gradually we learn more about Intel GPUs

Intel continues to reveal, albeit slowly, what its Arc Alchemist graphics cards are capable of for desktop PCs. In the new video, the company speaks VRR support (variable refresh rate)HDR and HDMI 2.1 on your GPU and Shows the Arc A750 in actioneven if very little Running the Death Stranding Director’s Cut in two different resolutions.

Hideo Kojima’s game was tested on two different monitors. The first of them, Acer 4K and 120 Hz. This screen was used to specifically display the VRR function and The Arc A750 was able to deliver between 80 FPS and 100 FPS with the game set to 2560×1440 with the default graphics preset.

This monitor has a tool that shows the refresh rate of the screen image, which basically follows the frames that the GPU can use, providing a more comfortable experience.

Intel confirms the Arc A770 GPU with 16 GB of memory and the A750 with 8 GB

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An Arc A750 GPU then runs Death Stranding on an Alienware HDR QD OLED, but now set to 3440×1440, with an emphasis on showing HDR in action. But as Ryan Schrout himself said in the video, we couldn’t see the full result on YouTube due to video compression and the camera not actually capturing the image as we see it on the monitor. In this case, it was not revealed how much FPS the GPU was delivering.

Intel guarantees that the A750 GPU will be better than the RTX 3060

Death Stranding isn’t even part of the comparison between the Arc A750 and the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060, which is released by Intel itself. The games used in this case were F1 2021, Cyberpunk 2077, Control, Borderlands 3 and Fortnite. All tested at graphics higher than 2560×1440 and the Intel GPU came out ahead in all games.

Intel will release its Arc Alchemist graphics cards to support any VRR-certified display, but they will “test more than 100 VRR-enabled displays to ensure an amazing experience when launching the Intel Arc A700 family of cards.” .

Intel hasn’t revealed a release date for the Arc Alchemist graphics cards, or even more details about the specs.


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