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Beaten by Radeon RX 6400 in the first test

of Maximilian Hohm
Intel’s long-awaited and multiple-delayed Arc Alchemist desktop graphics cards are now being released at a time when new model releases from AMD and Nvidia are not far off and prices for current-gen models have dropped significantly. . According to information from Videocardz, the NDA should already fall today and a first test of the Gunnir A380 Proton has even been published in China.

In it, the Intel counterpart of AMD’s Radeon RX 6400/6500 XT and Nvidia’s Geforce GTX 1650/RTX 3050 with a Core i5-12400, a B660 motherboard and DDR4 memory are tested. In the full ACM-G11 GPU configuration, the A380 has 8 Xe cores, 6 GiB GDDR6 memory at 96-bit bitrate, and a GPU clock of 2.45 GHz. Only Samsung 16Gbps modules work at 15.5Gbps. According to the first benchmarks in synthetic titles, the Arc A380 can keep up with the competition’s entry models well and falls between the Geforce RTX 3050 and the Radeon RX 6500 XT.

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It achieves a score of 5170 points in 3D Mark Timespy, while an RTX 3050 gets 6250 points. This puts it above the still extremely popular Geforce GTX 1060 6 GiB, which averages 4,523 points with the same CPU. In Port Royal, however, the Arc A380 only scores 947 points, while the Geforce RTX 3050 scores 3534 points.

However, gaming tests reveal that Intel still has a lot of work to do on drivers for Arc Alchemist models. The Arc A380 cannot deliver popular titles like League of Legends, PUBG, GTA 5, Tomb Raider, Forza Horizon 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2. It is outperformed in all games by the weaker AMD and Nvidia models, and the advantage that the Radeon RX 6400 and Geforce GTX 1650 were able to get is sometimes more than 20 percent.

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