Intel Arc A770 And A750 Break Cover With OpenCL And Vulkan Benchmark Leaks
There's four leaks: two from the Arc A770 and two from the A750, and each card was run in Vulkan mode and OpenCL mode. OpenCL runs quite a bit better on the Arc cards, but that's generally the case with any GPU for whatever reason. The tests were performed on an Intel machine with a Core i9-12900KS CPU, although for GPU compute benchmarks like these, the platform barely matters at all.
Comparing the results against the similarly-priced competition, we see the Arc cards comport themselves well enough, especially in OpenCL. The A770 is neck-and-neck with the GeForce RTX 3060, which isn't too bad considering the NVIDIA part generally runs as low as $370 right now (compared to $350 for the A770 LE).
Yes indeed, gaming performance is the most important thing with a consumer graphics card at this price point, and these compute benchmarks tell us frightfully little about what that's like, even when using the Vulkan API. For those details, you'll have to wait for our final review, so keep your eyes out for that report coming sometime soon.