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ASRock Arc A380 Challenger ITX video card tested in benchmarks


ASRock’s recently released Intel Arc A380 Challenger ITX graphics card has been tested in several games and 3DMark benchmarks. Launched last week, ASRock’s Intel Arc A380 graphics card is a small form factor solution for the ITX segment. The GPU is based on the Alchemist ACM-G11 SKU with 8 Xe cores or 1024 ALUs. The card is powered by a 500W power supply and has one HDMI 2.0b port and three DisplayPort 2.0 ports (with DSC). There’s 6GB of GDDR6 memory, which is the highest we’ve seen on an entry-level card of this generation, and since it’s all designed around the ITX form factor, the graphics card measures 190 x 124 x 39mm.

ASRock decided to test the card itself, and we can see that while the card’s official clock speed is 2250MHz, the GPU was actually clocked at 2450MHz. In Furmark’s stress test, the maximum temperature of the chip was 78°C, which is not bad considering that this is a conservative cooler with a single fan and a small heatsink under the shroud. ASRock Intel Arc A380 Challenger ITX graphics card has been tested in various games and 3DMark tests. In 3DMark Time Spy, the graphics card scored 4426 points while the GUNNIR model at the same clock speed scored over 5000 points, so it looks like there is some difference in power or clock speed in the background that is not visible. But the performance is still quite decent, especially considering that this is an entry-level video card.

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