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.
Page 6 – Gaming: 3DMark, VRMark & Superposition
We mentioned before that while the prime focus of a GPU like the Radeon Pro W6400 are design workloads revolving around the viewport, we can’t help but go overkill and test a much wider range of workloads anyway. On this page, we’re tackling synthetic gaming performance, and like the previous Sandra page, we’re going to skip commentary for these lesser-important results.
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