Intel Arc A770 fails to beat RTX 3060 on Geekbench

The Intel Arc A770 desktop graphics card shows up in Geekbench benchmark results. These performance results are important as they mark the performance of one of the most powerful GPUs in the Arc Alchemist series.

Intel Arc A770 slower than RTX 3060 in Geekbench

The Intel Arc A770 graphics card will be one of the high-end GPUs in the series. Whether Intel will launch a more powerful A780 model is currently unconfirmed.

The A770 uses the ACM-G10 GPU, which offers 512 execution units and 32 Xe cores when the entire chip is implemented. In Geekbench, the GPU is listed at 12.7GB, which would equate to about 16GB of VRAM in reality. The GPU is clocked at 2.4 GHz, the highest we’ve seen on an “Alchemist” GPU so far. The TDP consumption would be around 175 W.

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In Geekbench, this graphics card was tested on a PC with an Intel Core i5-9600K processor.

Intel Arc A770 fails to beat RTX 3060 on Geekbench

Performance results

In the Geekbench (OpenCL) tests, the A770 does not appear to be any faster than an RTX 3060, scoring 85585 points. An RTX 3060 scores around 89012 points in this test.

Intel Arc A770 fails to beat RTX 3060 on Geekbench

It’s not yet clear if Intel will launch a hypothetical Arc 9 series to further boost performance in the desktop segment. We’ll find out in the coming months. The Intel Arc ‘Alchemist’ series of graphics cards is expected to be released in the summer months.