- Dec 22, 2012
It's also a mobile 770, and while the average is 12% the 770, if and when it wins, it wins by about 30% and loses by around 10-15%Man, if these numbers are to be believed... this isn't looking good for Intel compared to what many had hoped.
They are comparing the A770 to a mobile 85 watt 3060. It wins by an average of 12%. Keep in mind the desktop 3060 is about 20% faster on average than the mobile version. So the desktop version of the 3060 is around 10% faster than the Intel A770
For several years now amd and nvidia have moved to ray tracing and Ai resolution scaling because the straight up performance increase is incredibly slow.Its looking like Intel is well over half a decade behind NV and AMD who aren't going to slow down.