The Intel® Arc A7 GPU reviews are out, and it looks like the A770 and A750 could be great budget graphics cards.
Reviews of the Intel Arc A7 GPUs are piling up ahead of the graphics cards’ release date, with just a week to go until you can get the Alchemist Pixel Pusher on your gaming PC. Team Blue has shared a number of internal benchmarks showing the performance of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 competitor, and we can now see to what extent that claim holds up under critical scrutiny.
The Intel Arc A7 GPU, whether the A770 or A750, maybe the best graphics card for those who don’t want to spend an exorbitant amount of money on a new pixel pusher. While we won’t see any cheap offerings from the RTX 4000 series this year, Alchemist could face competition from AMD RDNA 3 rivals in the coming months.
If you plan on getting a Team Blue GPU, make sure it meets Intel Arc A7 system requirements. Unlike other graphics cards, you’ll need a fairly new processor to get the full performance from Alchemist.
Let’s quickly check out a review of such an Intel Arc A7 GPU.
Intel Arc A7 GPU Reviews and Specification
|Critic||Intel Arc A7 GPU review|
|Digital Foundry||Intel Arc A770 / Intel Arc A750|
|Gamers Nexus||Intel Arc A770|
|Hardware Unboxed||Intel Arc A770 / Intel Arc A750|
|JayzTwoCents||Intel Arc A770 / Intel Arc A750|
|LinusTechTips||Intel Arc A770 / Intel Arc A750|
|KitGuru||Intel Arc A770 / Intel Arc A750|
|PCWorld||Intel Arc A770 / Intel Arc A750|
|TechPowerUp||Intel Arc A770 / Intel Arc A750|
|The Verge||Intel Arc A770 / Intel Arc A750|
|Tom’s Hardware||Intel Arc A770 / Intel Arc A750|
The consensus seems to be that the Intel Arc A7 series is a mostly solid budget product that can take a beating from the likes of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 and AMD Radeon 6600. However, its performance can vary widely depending on the API used for a particular game, with DirectX 12 and Vulkan performing the best, while something like DirectX 11 can struggle.