Yeah, and AMD offers a cheaper solution that provides more playable numbers, what's your point?Unless you are chasing maximum FPS those numbers are perfectly playable in most games.
Curiosity is normal for such a new product. I'd grab an a380 if we ever get that low profile model from MSI.And the drivers "should" mature over time. Is it wrong I still kind of want a A770?
If more than one person is interested in seeing how these graphics cards handle old DX9-10 era games, then that's more than nobody. Besides, the averages were calculated via the use of geomean, where outliers have a far less impact on the average than the other values.
700k+ daily player son steam would disagree with you. In fact CS:GO has one of the largest consistent playerbases in gaming right now.
Yeah, and AMD offers a cheaper solution that provides more playable numbers, what's your point?
Curiosity is normal for such a new product. I'd grab an a380 if we ever get that low profile model from MSI.
While true, there is another side to that argument, that being intel has had these xe cores in use on their iGPUs for years, and these cards got delayed by 18+ months. Intel has many times the resources and employees of the likes of nvidia and AMD, yet they required small youtube channels to point out bugs. Really with all that time and money most of these bugs should have been worked out before launch.Before mocking Intel, just remember that architectures evolve and drivers mature slowly. Intel has the cash to burn and if they persist for a decade then the result will be really exciting. Right now, it's pretty good for a first gen but not something that most of us will buy.
There are a lot of 8th/9th gen Intel boards that support rebar with a bios update. I had an MSI Bazooka that did. I was using rebar with an i9-9700K and RTX 3080 before I did a platform upgrade. Intel did not bother to mention this I guess because it was not officially supported at launch and not every manufacturer updated their boards to allow it. I would imagine very few pre-built manufacturers bothered to get that update out though. However, if you built your own 8th/9th gen PC, you should check and see if a rebar update was released.I think if they stick with it they could certainly become a contender - however they have budget cards that can only be on systems that Support ReBAR. I think that itself does narrows down the field somewhat.
So if that‘s the one game you play, sure, it‘s a pretty good deal.Did you count counter strike in average fps graph ?? That game is old and nobody cares about it.
I think Arc 770 performance is good specialty if play at 1440p and modern games
In spider-man it even performed better than 6700xt at 1440p
You keep repeating the word "impressive", yet the conclusion is they suck. A few selected titles are ok, the rest are dead. Consumption is bad and they are overpriced. Who wants to be an unpaid beta tester for Intel, by all means, go buy it.