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AMD Radeon RX 6300M mobile graphics made a mark in Geekbench 5 - about on par with the GeForce MX450

AMD Radeon RX 6300M mobile graphics made a mark in Geekbench 5 - about on par with the GeForce MX450

AMD announced the budget Radeon RX 6300M mobile graphics card in January, but computers with it were not yet on the market.
It looks like that is about to change.
This gas pedal marked in the Geekbench 5 test, where it showed relatively weak performance, performing almost on par with the GeForce MX450 - the entry-level graphics card of the last generation from NVIDIA.Image source: AMDAMD Radeon RX 6300M - entry-level graphics card on the RDNA 2 architecture.
It offers 12 processing units and 768 stream processors on a Navi 24 chip.
The GDDR6 video memory is only 2 GB and Infinity Cache capacity is 8 MB.
On top of that, AMD has significantly lowered GPU clock speed to 1512 MHz, but all these measures helped to achieve the power consumption of only 25W or even lower.
The same number of cores are present in the integrated Radeon 680M in Ryzen 6000 processors, though, with a clock speed of 2.4 GHz - the only advantage of the discrete adapter turns out to be faster GDDR6.Image source: geekbench.comIn the Geekbench 5 database the video card Radeon RX 6300M appeared in the HP Zhan 99 Pro G9 monoblock with a desktop Intel Core i7-12700 chip (Alder Lake) and 16 GB of RAM.
Not the most standard combination of desktop processor and mobile graphics.
In the OpenCL test, the graphics card scored 30,044 points, and another 24,371 points in Vulkan.
For today's graphics this is quite a modest result, because approximately the same figures in the NVIDIA MX450 previous generation: exactly 29,000 for OpenCL and even superior young competitor 24,688 points for Vulkan.Image source: geekbench.comWell, it is too early to draw conclusions, because the results in Geekbench 5 does not always reflect the performance of graphics cards in games - perhaps in gaming tests disposition will change.

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