Intel Arc graphics card running points
On the laptop side, the entry-level Arc A370M was released in late March, and there have been a few products, as well as occasional appearances of the high-end Arc A730M.
Now, the top-end Arc A770M and the mid-end Arc A550M are finally coming out.
The 3DMark database has shown the running scores of these two products, but it seems that there are many problems and the results are not normal.
The Arc A770M has a full 32 Xe cores (4096 cores) with 256-bit 16GB GDDR6 video memory and a power range of 120-150W.
It comes with the I7-12700H 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme test graphics score of 13244, exactly the same as the RTX 3070.
The Arc A770M is, on average, 12% higher than the RTX 3060, according to Intel's official data. Arc A770M and RTX 3060 are in the same class and cannot possibly catch up with RTX 3070.
The Arc A550M is exactly half the size of the Arc A770M, has 16 Xe cores, 128-bit 8GB GDDR6 video memory, and 60-80W power consumption.
It is also equipped with i7-12700H 3DMark Time Spy test graphics divided into 6017, but with the old driver and APO optimization enabled, 3DMark does not recognize this score, generally 15% higher than the normal score.
With the same APO turned on, the Arc A730M performs about 50% better than the Arc A550M, which is quite reasonable.