Although there are absolutely no promises in life, let alone strange specific performance comparisons, the early benchmarks of Intel Arc Alchemist GPU look pretty good.be found Tom’s hardware, Twitter account Tum_Apisak A benchmark test of one of Intel’s upcoming DG2 graphics cards has been published on Twitter.
These readings should really be treated with caution. The Ashes of Singularity benchmark test is run under the unusual 1080p preset, which is a bit strange, and it is known that the entire test will skew the results according to the CPU used. This version has a Core i9-12900K and 32GB of RAM, which of course can reduce some weight, and this benchmark test is not the best in terms of expansion speed GPU.
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We don’t even know what the card is used in the benchmark test, but the result means that we may be concerned about the performance of the RTX 3070 or even the RTX 3080. This means that higher-end SKUs are likely to be used, but without this important information, plus more information, everything is a guess.
But it is consistent with everything else we have seen so far. The leaked possible PCB layout of the new DG2 card also makes us think that we are looking for products equivalent to Nvidia’s RTX 3070 and AMD’s Radeon RX 6700 XT. Intel has said similar things in the past. So this is another indicator of which Arc Alchemist GPU we might look at based on these results. These cards also appear to perform very well in this video released by Intel after the initial announcement, but we cannot be sure until we try one of the new cards.
Intel’s new attempt to enter the field of high-performance graphics under the Arc brand must have come at an interesting time for PC components. Especially the alchemist card will be very interesting in the current climate. If the new GPU can directly rival Nvidia’s high-end graphics cards, the red and green teams may have some concerns. On the other hand, the lower-power 75W unit looks promising to enter the more affordable GPU market. We just want the price to be as competitive as the specifications.