Preview: In-house benchmarks XeSS in Shadow of Tomb Raider
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has announced ARC 770 limited edition with an October 12 launch date and an aggressive $329 price tag. On the same day, Shadows of Tomb Raider got a XeSS update. The XeSS stands for Xe Super sampling, similar to Nvidia's Deep-Learning Supersampling DLSS and AMD’s FSR.
Priced at $329
During its Intel Innovation 2022 event, Intel officially launched its Arc A770 Limited Edition graphics card, which will be available as of October 12th, priced at $329.
Held its own against its betters
Intel’s upscaling tech, slated to be put under the bonnet of the Arc GPUs, is better than a poke in the eye with a short stick.
Updated: Raja Koduri shrugs his shoulders on these rumors
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that Intel is about to abandon its Arc project -- which was its attempt to get into the GPU market.
Targets competitive pricing
Intel has revealed a bit more details about it upcoming Arc desktop graphics cards, namely the A750 and the A770, which are said to match or beat Nvidia's RTX 3060 at ray tracing, as well as be competitively priced.
On Xe, Arc GPUs
Intel has moved from native DX9 hardware support on its Intel's Xe integrated graphics solutions on 12th Gen CPUs and A-Series Arc Alchemist discrete GPUs to DirectX 12.
Updated: Tested in 48 DX12 and Vulkan games, up to 5% faster than RTX 3060
Intel has released some benchmark numbers for its upcoming Arc A750 graphics card, showing performance in 48 DX12 and Vulkan API games and comparing it to Nvidia's RTX 3060 graphics card.
Arc Pro A30M, Arc Pro A40, and Arc Pro A50
As expected and detailed earlier, Intel has now officially unveiled its Intel Arc Pro A-series professional range of graphics processing units (GPUs).
Arc A380 and A310, but only for pre-built systems
MSI is obviously going to be one of Intel's Arc partners as MSI-branded Arc A380 and A310 have been spotted in MSI pre-built systems.
Talks VRR, HDR, and HDMI on Intel Arc Graphics
Intel has released yet another video showcasing its Arc Graphics support for VRR, HDR, and HDMI, as well as showing the performance of the Arc A750 in Death Stranding: Director's Cut game.