- Jan 17, 2013
Well, the "$250" 6600XT (and indeed RDNA2 in reasonable pricing) doesn't exist in my part of the world because AMD and OEMs have stopped restocking those things for months now. So in this context A750 at $250 USD with hopefully better supply from Intel would be definitely a win here.While ARC has been improving, back when TPU reviewed the A750 it was slower than the 6600XT and consumed 50W more (150W vs 200W). I really fail to see the value at $250.
That it is a 406mm² part on 6nm (vs Navi 23's 237mm² on 7nm) is only a problem for Intel. Consumers shouldn't care.
The only plus of A750 @ $250 is that it is far better at RT than RDNA2. In Cyberpunk at 1080P TPU had it at 31.2 vs the 6600XT at 19.4. Both far too slow for me, but that and the video code support are the only real pluses IMO.
If Intel want me beta test, then the discount vs Radeon had better be a lot more than $0.