The purpose of this article is to provide you with Intel A770 Benchmarks for Baldur’s Gate 3. You can quickly see by looking at the graph that you should expect a good gaming experience on 1080P and 1440P resolutions, however, going to 4K is going to reduce your frames per-second quite a bit so therefore I included results from Medium graphics settings. Anything more than Medium graphics settings on 4K resolution is going to drop your gameplay below that 60 FPS threshold, which is not ideal for gaming.
Review of the Build | Intel A770 Benchmarks
The build this was tested on was from Skytech Gaming, below. You can read my entire review of the Skytech Siege 4 here.
This gaming PC features the Intel i5 13600K processor alongside the Intel Arc A770 16GB graphics card. One standout feature of this PC is its overclocking capability, allowing for additional performance when necessary. With an impressive 32GB RAM, it sets a solid foundation for gaming that should remain relevant for the next five years, essentially future-proofing your gaming experience. The combination of the Intel i5 13600K, Intel A770 (16GB), and 32GB RAM makes this a well-balanced machine available at a competitive price point that might be hard to replicate by building a custom PC on your own.
About the Intel A770 (16GB) Graphics Card
Upon its initial release, the Intel A770 graphics card faced significant driver-related challenges. Recognizing the importance of delivering a seamless user experience, Intel, known for its premium quality, swiftly addressed these reported driver issues. It’s worth noting that even established brands like NVIDIA continue to grapple with driver concerns. Nevertheless, witnessing a new player entering the market with a genuine commitment to addressing such matters is promising. Some have drawn comparisons between the Intel A770 (16GB) graphics card and established counterparts like the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti, 4070 Ti, or the AMD RX 6600XT and RX 6700.
Baldur’s Gate 3 System Requirements
Here are the recommended system requirements for Baldur’s Gate 3:
- OS: Windows 10 64-bit
- Processor: Intel i7 8700K / AMD r5 3600
- Memory: 16 GB RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia 2060 Super / RX 5700 XT (8GB+ of VRAM)
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 150 GB available space
The Intel Arc A770 graphics card and Intel i5 13600K processor easily surpass the recommended system requirements for Baldur’s Gate 3. You’re not going to have any problems with playing this game at high graphics settings on 1080P and 1440P resolutions.
Intel A770 for Baldur’s Gate 3 – 4K Benchmark
Again, 4K resolution is probably outside of the capabilities of this graphics card. You want to have an immersive, intense visualization experiences if you have 4K and this card just is not going to be enough to get you there in my opinion. Yes, you can game at 4K Medium settings, but why? In my opinion it’s better to game at 1440P resolution at ultra high graphics settings.
Intel A770 for Baldur’s Gate 3 – 1440P Benchmark
The Intel A770 graphics card is going to perform much better on 1440P resolution at maximum graphics settings. You will still enjoy above 60 FPS performance if you are gaming on the Skytech Siege 4 or combination of Intel Arc A770, i5 13600K, and 32GB of DDR5 RAM.
Intel A770 for Baldur’s Gate 3 – 1080P Benchmark
The best performance you will get to enjoy is going to be on 1080P resolution. It’s the lowest resolution for this game I would recommend and really, Baldur’s Gate 3 is not a game where you need tons of FPS like a first person shooter. I don’t think there is really a need to go down to 1080P resolution unless that’s the only option you have from your monitor. To me, this graphics card is a 1440P graphics card for Baldur’s Gate 3.