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Intel Arc A730M mobile graphics card was faster than mobile GeForce RTX 3070 in 3DMark Time Spy test

Intel Arc A730M mobile graphics card was faster than mobile GeForce RTX 3070 in 3DMark Time Spy test

Several Chinese sources reported that the performance of Intel Arc A730M mobile discrete graphics card in 3DMark Time Spy test was faster than mobile GeForce RTX 3070.
This information is also indirectly confirmed by Notebookcheck database, according to which Intel Arc A730M may even be faster than some GeForce RTX 3070 Ti Max-Q models with power consumption index below 115W.Image source: JD.comThe Intel Arc A730M graphics card based on ACM-G10 GPU was tested in Machenike notebook with 14-core Core i7-12700H processor first published by Chinese insider with alias Golden Pig Upgrade on Weibo platform.
In the 3DMark Time Spy graphics test, the Intel card scored 10,107 points.
According to Notebookcheck, the GeForce RTX 3070 model scored an average of 9,462 points in the same test.
Image source: Weibo / Golden Pig Upgrade Image source: NotebookcheckThe performance of the Intel Arc A730M was confirmed by Machenike itself shortly after the information was published by the insider.
However, on its published promotional slide the Intel gas pedal shows a slightly more modest result in 3DMark Time Spy - 10&nbps;002 points.
By the way, we already reported about the notebook in which it was tested.
Image source: JD.comAccording to Intel Arc A730M performance in 3DMark Fire Strike test was a bit lower than that of GeForce RTX 3070.
The latter scores 25,484 points, and Intel's card - 23,090.
But it is still faster than the mobile GeForce RTX 3060.The Intel Arc A730M graphics card is built on a stripped-down version of the Intel ACM-G10 processor, which gets only 24 instead of the possible 32 cores Xe.
The card is equipped with 12 GB of GDDR6 memory with a 192-bit bus.
The level of power consumption of the gas pedal will be up to 120 watts.
To compare, a full-featured ACM-G10 chip with 32 Xe cores will be used in the Intel flagship Arc A770M model with a TDP of over 150W.

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