Steam Deck Vs The OneXPlayer Mini! Can Intel Beat AMD In This Hand-Held PC Face-Off?

Steam Deck Vs The OneXPlayer Mini! Can Intel Beat AMD In This Hand-Held PC Face-Off?

Can this Intel-powered Handheld Gaming PC beat the performance of the new Valve Team Deck? Let’s find out.
In this video, we compare the gaming performance of the ONEXPLAYER Mini 1195G7 against the Valve Steam deck.
The OneXPlayer Mini has a quad-core 1195G7 CPU with a Turbo clock of 5GHz and backed by an Intel Iris Xe GPU, The Team deck has a custom Ryzen APU with a max clock of 3.5GHz but it got the new RDNA2 iGPU from AMD so this might be close!

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00:51-Onexplayer Mini VS Steam Deck Specs
02:41-Benchmarks Onexplayer Mini VS Steam Deck
04:03-God Of War Test
05:17-The Witcher 3 Test
06:18-Elden Ring
08:07-Forza Horizon 5 Test
09:08-Final Thoughts

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