Today, Tom’s Hardware got a review guide from Intel, which includesThe official test data of Arc A730M and Arc A770M cover 17 games.
Arc A770M is a full-blooded flagship model, with 32 Xe cores (512 execution units), 32 optical tracking units, core frequency 1650MHz, equipped with 256-bit 16GB video memory, power consumption range120-150W, This test is equipped with i9-12900HK processor, 16GB DDR5-4800 processor.
Arc A730M is reduced to 24 Xe cores, 24 optical tracking units, core frequency 1100MHz, video memory reduced to 192-bit 12GB, power consumption80-120W, This test is equipped with i7-12700H processor and 16GB DDR5-4800 memory.
One that participated in the comparison wasRTX 3050 Ti 60W, from the old ROG Magic 16, i7-11800H processor, 16GB DDR4-3200 memory.
the other isRTX 3060 85W, fromMSIGL66, i9-12900HK processor, DDR5-4800 memory.
The test games are run at 1080p resolution, high or highest quality.
Taken together, the Arc A730M is about 13% higher than the RTX 3050 Ti, and the Arc A770M is about 12% ahead of the RTX 3060.
Of course, as you know from official data, there will always be some moisture, so if you look at it like this, it is estimated that Arc A730M and A770M should be almost the same as RTX 3050 Ti and RTX 3060, respectively.