VGA ASUS Phoenix RX 6400 4GB GDDR6

8000 EGP

  • Stream processors: 768
  • Memory: 4GB GDDR6
  • Memory interface: 64-bit
  • Boost clock: 2321MHZ
  • Ports: 1x 1.4a display port, 1x HDM1 2.1
  • Size: 2-slot
  • Warranty: 3-years
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Technical Building Blocks.

768 stream processors, 4GB GDDR6 VRAM, 64-bit memory width, boost clock at 2.3GHZ with power consumption of 60W maximum, offers a pretty good deal for its price range and targeted usage, which is esports games with 144+hz high refresh rate gaming experience, so let’s begin the tests right away.


Hold high expectations.

(Test bench contains I3 12100F, 16GB RAM 3200MHZ at 1080p)

the RX 6400 is mainly targeting esports games so we will start with,

Valorant low settings = 245 fps average

Fortnite low settings, medium view distance, performance mode = 170 fps average

CS:GO low settings = 300 fps average

R6S low settings, FXAA = 150 fps average


also, to test the card’s ability to run heavy titles,

RDR2 balanced settings = 51 fps average

GOW original settings, FSR ultra quality = 58 fps average

so, the card offers a really good deal for competitive gamers with a tight budget, get a 1080p 165hz monitor with the 6400 you will get the experience that caters to your needs.


Why would you buy the Phoenix version of the card? 

As the cheapest and most suitable card version of the card with an Axial-tech fan design features a smaller fan hub that facilitates longer blades and a barrier ring that increases downward air pressure, Different bearing types have unique pros and cons. Ball bearings excel at durability and can last up to twice as long as sleeve bearing designs.

A 144-hour validation program puts cards through a series of stringent tests to ensure compatibility with the latest games, with only 1 slot mini size to be compatible with whatever case you have, and with this version your card will not reach 60s in your most intensive gaming sessions to make sure that you’ve got the consistency of performance.


Hankerz recommendations.

This card is mainly targeting esports-focused gamers but with a strictly low budget, getting you 165+ fps almost all the time so it will be more than enough for your first pc build.


1- Processor: We recommend using I5 10TH, I3 12TH, or 13TH generation processor for a performance close to what our tests showcased, depending on your overall PC usage.
2- Power Supply: Equip your PC with a 450W 80+ bronze power supply to meet the necessary power requirements.
3- PC Case: Choose a standard mid-tower PC case that fits the RX 6400 comfortably and allows room for future upgrades.”


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