Intel Arc A580 Appearing in AotS Benchmark Database, Comparable to RTX 3050/3060
on: 08/18/2022 02:30 PM | source: ashesofthesingularity via videocardz |
Positioned between the A380 and the A750, the Intel Arc A580. The A580 uses the same 6 nm DG2-512 GPU as the A380, but it has twice as many (16) Xe Cores offering 2048 vs. 1024 shader units).
The card’s 128-bit interface and 8 GB of GDDR6 memory allow for 256 GB/s of data transfer speed at a transmission rate of 16 Gbps.
According to a discovered entry in the Ashes of the Singularity benchmark database, the A580 averages around 95 frames per second at 1080p, with scores of 110 in the normal batch, 102 in the medium batch, and 78 in the heavy batch. Vulkan’s application programming interface (API) and a 16-thread Intel processor with 32 GB of RAM were used for the benchmark. As a result of these results, the A580 is competitive with the GeForce RTX 3050 or maybe 3060 in this test, making it an acceptable option for playing popular online games at 1080p with medium-high settings or AAA games at medium settings.
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Thats not bad. I have a feeling any new DX12 game it will suck at first. Its going to be some fine wine drivers. Then that was expected.
If this is the expected performance bracket then it looks like their driver devs are making good progress.
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