The Intel Arc A770 GPU has been recently spotted on the Geekbench database for the first time. Interestingly, this points to a clock speed of 2.4GHz, unfortunately, some of the other performance numbers weren't quite as impressive.
The Arc A770 entry was spotted by Benchleaks, marking the debut of the Intel desktop graphics card on the benchmark database. The GPU was running alongside an Intel Core i5-9600K and 32GB of DDR4-2666 memory.
[GB5 GPU] Unknown GPU
CPU: Intel Core i5-9600K (6C 6T)
Min/Max/Avg: 3643/4477/4266 MHz
Codename: Coffee Lake
CPUID: 906ED (GenuineIntel)
GPU: Intel Arc A770
API: Open CL
Score: 85585, -39.8% vs RTX 3070
VRAM: 12.7 GBhttps://t.co/EWlYItySDP
— Benchleaks (@BenchLeaks) April 15, 2022
According to the data, the Intel Arc A770 has 512 compute units, suggesting the card will indeed have a fully-enabled ACM-G10 GPU with 32 Xe-cores. At its peak, the GPU was clocked at 2.4GHz. Moreover, the entry lists the card with 12.7GB of memory available. Assuming the system was allocating some memory to tasks, 16GB memory on the Arc A770 is ever more likely.
Although early claims put the A770 GPU on par with the Nvidia RTX 3070/3070Ti, this isn't the case here. Scoring 85,585 points, the Arc GPU couldn't even outperform the average RTX 2070. However, we're still several months away from the launch of Intel's desktop GPUs, so there is still work to be done on the drivers and software side. With that in mind, we may see higher scores closer to launch.
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KitGuru says: Do you think the Intel Arc A770 desktop GPUs will stand toe-to-toe with the RTX 3070 series desktop cards? Are you planning on getting an Intel GPU on release?