Intel UHD 770, 750 Integrated Graphics Can Run GTA V, CS:GO, Fortnite, Rainbow Six Siege, Fell Behind AMD Ryzen 5000 APUs Yet Again

Intel has been known for poor integrated graphics performance for budget gamers. Always, tight budget gamers go for AMD APUs but not after seeing latest Intel UHD 770 and 750 playing GTA 5, CS:GO, Fortnite and Rainbow Six Siege online games. Steve Burke from Gamers Nexus has done a great job comparing Ryzen APUs against Intel Processors in terms of graphics performance.

So the first one in the Ultra 1080p setting list is GTA V open world online game with stunning visuals which gives Intel UHD 770 only 18.8 fps performance while UHD 750 gets 15.7 fps, almost a PowerPoint slideshow.

Next game is most beloved online battle royale Fortnite title that doesn’t allow UHD 770 to run above 51.4 fps and UHD 750 doesn’t even reach 50 fps unfortunately.

Here in Rainbow Six Siege the Ryzen 5 5700G with Radeon Vega 8 (CUs) just smokes Intel Core i9-12900K’s UHD 770 by almost 50% performance getting around 59fps. Thanks to AMD’s monolithic large iGPU die size within APU.

Lastly, Counter Strike: Global Offensive or CS:GO Benchmark still favors AMD’s Ryzen 7 5700G with Vega 8 iGPU performance which asserts 122.8 fps by beating UHD 770 with 2x frame rate and by 20% it beats GT1030 GDDR5 too.

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Overall, Intel is really trying hard to compete against AMD APUs but they need more graphics silicone chip research to reach at least 60 fps at 1080p gaming.

Model  Specifications
AMD Ryzen 9 5950X*16 Cores 32 Threads
*4.9GHz Turbo
*PCIe Gen 4
*64MB L3 Cache
*7nm Process
*105W TDP
AMD Ryzen 7 5800X*8 Cores 16 Threads
*4.7GHz Turbo
*PCIe Gen 4
*32MB L3 Cache
*7nm Process
*105W TDP
AMD Ryzen 5 5600X*6 Cores 12 Threads
*4.6GHz Turbo
*PCIe Gen 4
*32MB L3 Cache
*7nm Process
*65W TDP
Intel Core i9-10900K*10 Cores 20 Threads
*5.3GHz Turbo
*20MB L3 Cache
*14nm++ Process
*125W TDP
AMD Ryzen 5 3600*6 Cores 12 Threads
*4.2GHz Turbo
*PCIe Gen 4
*32MB L3 Cache
*7nm Process
*65W TDP
Intel Core i5-11400F*6 Cores 12 Threads
*4.4GHz Turbo
*12MB L3 Cache
*14nm++ Process
*65W TDP
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X*8 Cores 16 Threads
*4.4GHz Turbo
*PCIe Gen 4
*32MB L3 Cache
*7nm Process
*65W TDP
AMD Ryzen 3 3300X*4 Cores 8 Threads
*4.3GHz Turbo
*16MB L3 Cache
*7nm Process
*65W TDP
AMD Ryzen 5 2600*6 Cores 12 Threads
*3.9GHz Turbo
*16MB L3 Cache
*12nm Process
*65W TDP
AMD Athlon 3000G*2 Cores 4 Threads
*3.5GHz Turbo
*Vega 3 iGPU
*4MB L3 Cache
*14nm Process
*35W TDP
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3970X*32 Cores 64 Threads
*4.5GHz Turbo
*PCIe Gen 4
*128MB L3 Cache
*7nm Process
*280W TDP
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X*64 Cores 128 Threads
*4.3GHz Turbo
*PCIe Gen 4
*256MB L3 Cache
*7nm Process
*280W TDP
AMD Ryzen 9 3950X*16 Cores 32 Threads
*4.7GHz Turbo
*PCIe Gen 4
*64MB L3 Cache
*7nm Process
*105W TDP
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Alex Krakowsky

Editor in Chief. Living in the era of dynamic tech change Alex decided to stay tuned in changes that make any person find comfort and adapt to new devices. Furthermore, gaming became his passion for spending leisure time with his close ones. Although, he has a degree in Business Administration (majoring in Finance) writing for technology and as well as finance has been one of the precious aspects of his life