For this test, we ran the Viglen Incepta Professional RX through Time Spy, Fire Strike and Fire Strike Extreme. We have listed results for the overall score, the CPU only score, the GPU-only score and physics.
The Viglen’s RX 560 graphics card is a modest chip designed for 1080p gaming, so it’s no surprise that it lagged behind in the 3DMark tests.
In the Fire Strike benchmark it scored 6,073, which was less than half the speed of the PC Specialist system and its GTX 1070 card – that GPU scored 13,624 in the same test. In tougher 3DMark runs, the gap between the two PCs widened.
The RX 560 couldn’t keep up with the GTX 1060 cards inside the CyberPower and Overclockers machines either. Those rigs scored 11,129 and 10,413 respectively in the 3DMark Fire Strike test – so they’ve still got almost twice the grunt of the AMD card inside the Viglen rig.
That doesn’t bode too well for gaming, but this isn’t a gaming machine. More importantly, the RX 560 has enough power to handle graphical work applications, like photo, video and design tools.