Intel Arc A750 GPU Price Dropped To $249, Gets Performance Improvements Via New Driver Update

To compete with the GeForce RTX 3060, Intel reduced the price of its mid-range GPU. The GPU manufacturer has cut the price of the A750 GPU to $249 in the United States, which is $30 less than when it was introduced. The price drop will be implemented globally, but Intel has not disclosed prices for additional regions.

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Intel has released enhancements to its 4086 drivers (although the latest driver is 4091). The Arc A750 GPU is rumoured to provide 10% to 77% more performance. In comparison to the launch drivers from a few months ago, the new driver dramatically boosts frame rates. In addition, the FPS percentile has risen.

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Intel asserts that the Arc A750 GPU now provides 52% more performance per dollar than the NVIDIA RTX 3060 GPU. Those are Intel-supplied figures, which have not yet been validated by independent media. The RTX 3060 now costs roughly $391, which is considerably more than the Arc A750.

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The vast majority of Intel Arc GPUs are readily accessible at MSRP; thus, the $249 price point should be easily translatable to retail pricing. At this pricing, NVIDIA will be forced to emphasise the mid-range category, which, unfortunately, has not been the case for a long time.

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The new pricing announcement was accompanied by the release of a new game package, with select Arc A-series GPUs now including complimentary copies of The Settlers: New Allies and Nightingale.

Via Wccftech