Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition Video Card Review

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Test Setup

Please read the information on our GPU testing procedures and methodology here.  Note that our GPU Testing Bench has been upgraded to the AMD AM5 platform and a Ryzen 9 7900X CPU with DDR5.

Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition Video Card System Setup Table

System Setup

We are using the motherboard’s current default BIOS settings on the latest release BIOS. We have enabled PCI-Express Resizable BAR in the motherboard BIOS.  This means we are utilizing Resizable BAR on NVIDIA and Intel GPUs and AMD Smart Access Memory on AMD GPUs in all our testing.  We have enabled EXPO I in the BIOS for the memory.

We are using a fresh install of Windows 11 Pro with the latest Windows Updates, including the 22H2 Fall 2022 update. We have the latest drivers installed including the latest chipset drivers from AMD.  We are using the “Best Performance” power profile in Windows Settings.  Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling is ENABLED in Windows.  VBS is DISABLED and Game Mode is ENABLED.

Drivers are everything with Intel Arc, and we are using the latest driver version, which is 31.0.101.4091 which was released on 2/1/2023.

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REVIEW OVERVIEW

Gaming Performance
9.5
Power Efficiency
10
Build and Cooling
10
Price Value
10

SUMMARY

We reviewed the Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition video card and tested it at 1080p with and without Ray Tracing and Intel XeSS. The gaming performance impressed us, beating the competition mostly, especially against the more expensive GeForce RTX 3050. Its Ray Tracing performance impressed us all around, beating both video cards in comparison. The power utilization, build, and cooling was solid, and right in line for this price segment. The price value is appealing, with in-stock and at MSRP pricing, in the right segment, and producing performance that is top-tier in this price range in modern games. Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition brings back the sweet spot $250 GPU price segment.
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We reviewed the Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition video card and tested it at 1080p with and without Ray Tracing and Intel XeSS. The gaming performance impressed us, beating the competition mostly, especially against the more expensive GeForce RTX 3050. Its Ray Tracing performance impressed us all around, beating both video cards in comparison. The power utilization, build, and cooling was solid, and right in line for this price segment. The price value is appealing, with in-stock and at MSRP pricing, in the right segment, and producing performance that is top-tier in this price range in modern games. Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition brings back the sweet spot $250 GPU price segment.Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition Video Card Review