by Rob Williams on March 21, 2022 in Graphics & Displays
AMD’s latest Radeon Pro workstation-grade graphics card is the W6400, a low-profile offering that doesn’t require a power connector, and is priced at $229. As usual, we’re taking this new card for a spin through a wide-range of workloads, and see how it fits into the overall performance picture.
This page’s focus revolves entirely around synthetic performance tests that were run with the help of SiSoftware’s excellent Sandra utility. The goal of these crafted benchmarks is to offer the best possible scenario for any GPU, with architecture optimizations taken into consideration. What you see is effectively the “best case” scenario, and should give you a basic idea of how a given GPU will perform in software focused on these scenarios. We’re going to allow the results to speak for themselves here.