Intel released its first gaming video card in China a week ago. In the meantime, benchmarks from independent reviewers have also emerged, showing that the Arc A380 beats the Radeon RX 6400.
For example, a video review by user Bilibili Shenmedounengce shows that Intel’s entry-level card performs well on synthetic benchmarks, but falls short in games. The A380 is up to 41.6% faster than its AMD counterpart in 3DMark Time Spy, while the RX 6400 performs 23% better in six games. In PUBG, the RX 6400 is about 12% faster, which is 33% more in the case of League of Legends.
Game standards in League of Legends, PUBG, GTA V, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Forza Horizon 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2.
Figures from MyDrivers show the same difference in terms of 3DMark, although the difference between the two budget GPUs is less in games: the RX 6400 is on average 9% faster than the A380 at thirteen titles. The Green Camp GTX 1650 also offers 11% better performance. The Intel card is 30% more powerful than the older GTX 1050 Ti card.
Furthermore, another Bilibili video shows that the Arc A380 performs poorly when paired with a Team Red CPU. The test system with a Core i5-12400 score on average 8% better than the configuration with the Ryzen 5 5600, in Forza Horizon 5 and Total War: Three Kingdoms the difference increases to 14 and 15 percent, respectively. This is great, given that the processor shouldn’t be a bottleneck at this level of performance – even at 1080p.
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