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Intel Arc 3 A380 vs. AMD Radeon RX 6400


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Today we're taking another look at Intel Arc 3 A380, but this time with a 51 game benchmark head to head against AMD's $150 Radeon RX 6400. This will give us a better idea of how the Arc A380 performs across a wide range of titles and -- spoiler alert -- it wasn't all smooth sailing, but there were some positive signs as well, it's a very mixed bag and we're keen to show you the results.

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Here's another look at the Intel Arc 3 A380 GPU, but this time on a 51 game benchmark against AMD's $150...

 

 

 

 

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Maybe not completely horrible start, but definitely not good. It will be interesting to see how long it takes them to clean up this driver mess. 

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Now this is a proper comparison and review!  I still say, its looking promising. 🙂 

 

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I do have to say, after getting myself a freesync monitor, the 1% lows are actually more important to me than averages are anymore these days.  They say the A380 is 7% slower overall than the RX6400 is at 1080p, but that's based off averages.  If you look at the 1% lows, it looks like it might be telling a different story.

Interesting to note too how BADLY the A380 actually performs on DX9 titles (CS:GO).  Intel does state the GPU is tuned more for modern API's though, and it was more than playable still.  Just interesting there. 

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12 hours ago, pioneerisloud said:

Now this is a proper comparison and review!  I still say, its looking promising. 🙂 

 

EDIT:
I do have to say, after getting myself a freesync monitor, the 1% lows are actually more important to me than averages are anymore these days.  They say the A380 is 7% slower overall than the RX6400 is at 1080p, but that's based off averages.  If you look at the 1% lows, it looks like it might be telling a different story.

Interesting to note too how BADLY the A380 actually performs on DX9 titles (CS:GO).  Intel does state the GPU is tuned more for modern API's though, and it was more than playable still.  Just interesting there. 

 

 

 

Barely beat a vega 8 😭 it so bad

 

 

 

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On 14/08/2022 at 03:10, bonami2 said:

 

 

 

Barely beat a vega 8 😭 it so bad

 

 

 

To be fair, the APU's from AMD are pretty freaking good.  You're right, but the same could also be said about the RX 6400 and GTX 1050 (which is a MID tier card mind you....its just older).

 

 

On 14/08/2022 at 07:06, schuck6566 said:

Drivers,We need,better,drivers..... 🤒 

(AMD on the side) "Isn't that OUR line?"

(Nvidia behind the many years of drivers piled in a wall) 😉

Yes, Intel needs better drivers seeing as they're brand new to the GPU scene now.  Granted, they've been doing integrated graphics for years, so I guess they're just as guilty as the others about being lazy.

AMD drivers have been pretty solid for years now, with only the occasional hiccup anymore.  I've been rocking AMD cards since the 7970 and I've never had a driver issue up until their latest 22.7..1's, and I only tested that on my 6900XT.

Nvidia on the other hand, has actually killed hardware with bad drivers (something AMD / ATI has never done). G92's and even as recently as the 980Ti's if I recall correctly.

 

One has a more modern interface and interlaces quite well with games, and the other looks like it came straight off Windows 98.  So really, which company really needs to fix their drivers more?  🤭

 

Complaining about drivers is such a thing of the past anyway.  If you have a driver that doesn't work right, rollback to a previous one.  Same can be said for all 3 companies.  The fact that we now have 3 competing companies for our GPU needs, in my opinion is a welcome change, being Intel or not.  We keep forgetting, this A380 is a LOW END card too, as such it absolutely should perform at the low end especially at $120 USD release.  Hey....it beats Intel integrated graphics doesn't it?  🙂 

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