In this video, we test out 10 PC games on the Atari VCS and also run some benchmarks like Geekbench PC mark And 3dmark. This is not a console and never should have been referred to as such, The is a low-end AMD Ryzen powered Mini PC and in my option should have been marketed that way. Powered by an AMD Ryzen 1606G APU with built-in Radeon Vega 3 graphics and it comes with either 4GB or 8 Gb of rm so basically it’s just an AMD mini PC!
In this video, I test out some PC, Steam, Epic games on the VCS while running Windows 10. So how does it perform? IS it a good Mini PC? Let’s find out.
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Atari VCS Specs:
CPU: AMD Ryzen embedded 1606G 2 Cores 4 Threads
Base clock of 2.6GHz Boost Up to 3,5GHz
RAM: 4-8GB of DDR4 @2400MHz
Storage: 32GB eMMC + M.2 SSD upto 1TB
Equipment I Use:
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Tool Kit: https://amzn.to/2M6l9WS
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