From the ComputerBase forum community comes an exciting entry-level GPU triple between Intel Arc A380 (test), Nvidia GeForce RTX 1650 (test), and AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT (test), covering a total of 41 games and mods at Full HD/1080p.
Benchmarks – Comparison of the Arc A380, GTX 1650 and 6500 XT
Comprehensive comparison test conducted by ComputerBase Long-Term Reader the master, which has been in operation since 2002 and has also been responsible for the “OpenCL Benchmark for CPUs and GPUs” in the past. The following test system based on Intel Alder Lake-S was used for this:
The next three graphics cards with Intel Xe HPG (“Alchemist”), Nvidia Turing, and AMD Navi finally had to face the accompanying benchmarking test and marathon.
Gunnir Arc A380 Foton 6G aircraft by Twitter user Tweet embedas which 24784ds which has also been active in the ComputerBase community since 2007, and its opponents had to assert themselves in 41 matches and subsequent synthetic benchmarks.
Direct comparison to Arc, GeForce and Radeon
The video was recorded with Elgato Game Capture 4K60 Pro MK.2 at 1080p60, and it also presents the corresponding timestamps directly via YouTube so that you can quickly and easily jump to your desired game or standard.
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