Intel Arc A580 in the first test: even the RTX 3060 competes in AotS

Intel’s new graphics appear in many leaks, but they have pretty much avoided the mid-range model Arc A580, which should be pitted against such cards as the GeForce RTX 3050. However, a newly leaked result from one benchmark shows that the card could theoretically have more. But you have to be careful here. The tested game was Ashes of the Singluarity in the Vulkan interface, which is something that the new Intel cards play quite well and may not represent the performance that it will achieve in games with DirectX 11, for example.

It was tested at the Minumum 1080p setting and the Arc A580 scored 9300 points with an average frame rate of 95 fps. This is definitely not a bad result, as the RTX 3060 had 96 fps here, i.e. only 1 fps more. But as already said, this test is probably one of those that will suit Arc cards the most, and you can’t expect the A580 to be equal to the RTX 3060 in terms of performance. Anyway, it would be nice to see a comparison in other tests as well, to make a proper picture. Unfortunately, this result in itself does not have much informative value, and a larger number of tests would certainly not hurt. Still, these numbers at least suggest that the performance might not be too bad compared to the RTX 3050 it is aiming for.

Intel Arc A580 benchmark

Let’s also remind that the Arc A580 has an ACM-G10 GPU with a total of 16 Xe cores and 2048 cores. We don’t know the exact clock rate, but the cards should have 15.5Gbps of GDDR6 memory with a capacity of 8GB on a 128-bit bus. TBP should reach 175 W (this is a disadvantage, as the RTX 3050 has a significantly lower 130 W). For now, the price is estimated to be somewhere between $200 and $250.

Source: Svět hardware by

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