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AsRock tested its own Arc A380 graphics card and boasted the results

AsRock recently introduced its new Challenger ITX graphics card based on the Arc A380 graphics chip. And now, without postponing the matter indefinitely, I made a review on it.

According to the manufacturer, this is a factory overclocked card with a GPU clock speed of 2250 MHz. However, in real tests it came out. For example, in the Furmark stress test, it reaches 2300 MHz, and in games – 2450 MHz.

AsRock tested its own Arc A380 graphics card and boasted the results

Under full load, the fan speed reaches 1683 rpm and the chip temperature is 85°C. The power of the board, according to Furmark, is 54.9 W, which is less than the reference version of the Arc A380, where the TDP is 75 W.

In addition to benchmarks, ASRock has also tested the performance of several games, including popular AAA titles and modern DirectX12 API games. Testing was conducted at 1080p resolution.

AsRock tested its own Arc A380 graphics card and boasted the results
AsRock tested its own Arc A380 graphics card and boasted the results

The results are:

    • League of Legends (high quality): 166.9 FPS.
    • CS:GO (high quality): 160.1 FPS
    • DOTA2 (high quality): 146.2 FPS
    • APEX Legends (medium quality): 91.5 fps
    • PUBG (low quality: 83.1fps)
    • Eternal Calamity (medium quality): 62.3 fps
    • The Division 2 (high quality): 53 fps
    • Shadow of the Tomb Raider (high quality): 56 fps
    • Cyberpunk 2077 (medium quality): 47.51 fps
    • Gears of War 5 (high quality): 63.1 fps
    • Watch Dogs: Legion (high quality): 49 fps

It was previously reported that PCs with A380 graphics cards will soon will appear in Europe.

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