Recently, Intel was pleased to surprise the public at a price of $329 for its oldest video card, Arc A770 — the same amount as NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 — and it is not always possible to find it for such a price. The NVIDIA's direct rival is the Intel Arc A750 model, and its price tag is even lower — $289.
In August, Intel released the results of 48 tests of Arc A750's video card, which showed that its video map was quite comparable in productivity to the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 model: 42 tests in DirectX 12, 6 with Vulkan, and the results were promising. The Intel was clearly designed to transfer some of its competitors by offering higher productivity per dollar. Of course, if it can deliver video cards at recommended retail prices.
Intel Arc A750 and A770 will be sold on October 12, as Arc A750 will cost $289, Arc A770 in version 8 Gbyte, $329 Arc A770 Limited Edition, $16 Gbyte, $349.
If A750 and, above all, A770 Limited Edition can actually compete with NVIDIA RTX 3060, video cards from Intel will be sold quite quickly.