R3 2200G & R5 2400G vs. GT 1030 & Cheap CPUs | Game Benchmarks


  • Am Vor 8 Monate

    Gamers NexusGamers Nexus

    Dauer: 21:18

    Our semi-final verdict for gaming benchmarks on the AMD R3 2200G and AMD R5 2400G Raven Ridge APUs, featuring Rocket League, CSGO, DOTA2, Sniper, and more.
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    Article: www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/3261-r3-2200g-r5-2400g-review-gaming-benchmarks-vs-gt-1030
    We review the AMD R3 2200G & R5 2400G, particularly as tested against the G4560 + GT 1030 (or R3 1200 & GT 1030). The goal is to benchmark gaming performance of the AMD R3 2200G and 2400G. We overclocked both APUs, using GPU overclocking to hit 1600-1650MHz, and also overclocked the CPU components of the Raven Ridge parts.
    This benchmarking looks at Rocket League, CSGO, Overwatch, Total War: Warhammer, Civilization VI, and DOTA2 primarily.
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    Editorial, Testing: Steve Burke
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Gamers Nexus
Gamers Nexus

We shot this about 10 days ago, FYI, but we got slammed with other content -- like that CTS story! Article: http://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/3261-r3-2200g-r5-2400g-review-gaming-benchmarks-vs-gt-1030 R3/R5 memory scalability benchmark: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSKNfZI3ons CTS story: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZ7H1WTqaeo

Vor 8 Monate
WarsunGames
WarsunGames

8:40 Again! NO! You can use the A10 and A8 series to get high end gaming! I build the bloody things! What the heck are you talking about? You just turn up the GFX clock Frequency.

Vor 8 Monate
duomis123
duomis123

Have you thought about adding more simulator like games for testing, as they would like more threads (civ is is not the best as it often does not allocate aditional threads properly, but even here SMT did prove its effectiveness)

Vor 8 Monate
nitroxinfinity
nitroxinfinity

Great video but still some stuff missing; 1) Athlon X4 950 2) Radeon RX 550 3) Overclocking the videocards

Vor 8 Monate
Энхтүвшин Наранпүрэв
Энхтүвшин Наранпүрэв

the bottlenecks are in the wallet :)

Vor 8 Monate
DanChan
DanChan

Ask GN question: Steve, With the GPU/DRAM/NAND shortages, where are the bottlenecks? I've heard its everything from long lead times and hesitance to ramp production by AIBs (seems like that was almost a year ago), to NVIDIA/TSMC not ramping production, to the latest thing I heard someone say is that there is a shortage in raw materials and existing fabs (NAND/DRAM) are not even at capacity. Where are the bottlenecks in this market?

Vor 8 Monate
gj rt
gj rt

You should make a rant video about ninvdia.

Vor 11 Tage
Sander169
Sander169

Man, two years ago 150$ got you a crappy dual core i3. Now 100$ gets you a CPU that outperforms the 4770k and also includes a powerful iGPU. Ive recently upgraded one of my office computers with the r3 2200g and a 500 GB crucial SSD. For the 350$ ive spent in total its unbelievable fast, outperforms my gaming rig (ofc not in gaming, but booting, launching programs, transfering files etc.) that cost me nearly 2.000$ just 4 years ago.

Vor 27 Tage
SOVA Rides
SOVA Rides

I went with the 2400G for "long term" upgradability. As a present for a young kid, that I want to last for more than a couple years. My thinking was it will play games well as it is right now. I went with a Strix x470 board and 3200 Trident RAM with a Samsung 960 evo NVME. When games start to outpace the APU it's a simple upgrade to a 1060 or better and everything is groovy again (which should have dropped in price significantly by then). When the CPU starts to bottleneck things later down the line, well it's a x470 so there should be plenty of support for better processors. That was my use case/thought process.

Vor 2 Monate
Jason Voorhees
Jason Voorhees

i got the ryzen 2200g but the voltage in games keep changing between 1.2-1.42!!! what can i do i heard that anything above 1.4 is not good for this cpu can any one help me?

Vor 2 Monate
John Terpack
John Terpack

So the 2200G would be perfect for a "grandma" PC... something that's just going to stream cat videos and check e-mails?

Vor 3 Monate
OptimisticPessimist
OptimisticPessimist

Is the benchmark for Civ VI part of the Demo? Can a person buy a b350 or a320 board now and be certain the Raven Ridge will work without updating the BIOS?

Vor 3 Monate
Professor Kassadin
Professor Kassadin

So you get a cheap ram 2400mhz and cheap cpu g4560 and a low end gpu gt 1030 and it blows out the water r5 2400 and not only that but launches it into orbit. And you can find all three components for less than one r5 2400. Hey as a bonus, just OC gt 1030 with 200 gpu and 200 memory and BOOM you got at least 3-7 fps more.

Vor 4 Monate
Giovanni P.
Giovanni P.

As of Mid June 'we' have no new Nividia or AMD graphics cards and Prices are still nuts. Since I personally 'need' to upgrade from a laptop I've considered getting 'a Ferrari with a Honda Jazz engine'- The only thing I need to do is slot in the '1180' when they produce it and maybe upgrade to a 'high end' Ryzen '3rd gen' later or take the $$ hit and get a new MB and CPU and just slot it in. Saves having a budget SSD, HD, low spec ram, coolers case etc which no one else wants. What do you recon?

Vor 5 Monate
Φοίβος Στ
Φοίβος Στ

I would really like to see a benchmark of 2200g and 2400g with mid and high end GPUs please. Also i would like to see AMD launch APUs with more L3 cache and more cores/threads. A 4c/8t with 8mb L3 cache ,a 6c/12t with 18mb L3 cache and a 6c/6t with 12mb L3 cache for example. Also more PCIe lanes. I guess if they use 2 ccx instead of one and go to 12nm ryzen 2 or 7nm for ryzen 3 it is possible. The iGPU is already nice, but we need strong performers when paired with a dGPU like all intel CPUs are.

Vor 7 Monate
Francisco Viper Díaz
Francisco Viper Díaz

Emulator and Retro (& vintage) gaming APU system per se.

Vor 7 Monate
Golden Blaster
Golden Blaster

Wow comparing discrete vs embedded oi....what would this outcome be...

Vor 8 Monate
sean zhang
sean zhang

yes,no need 3200 ram,but need 16g?Maybe I missed.

Vor 8 Monate
Purnell Charles
Purnell Charles

G4560 and RX460

Vor 8 Monate
정지호
정지호

I think you need a less wobbly table...

Vor 8 Monate
Nintendork
Nintendork

Most people now know that there was some issues on some AM4 mobos where igpu of the APU's would downclock to 400Mhz from time to time giving those low 0.1-1% lows. If you had those issues, manually locking the APU to the stock frequencies (cool'n'quiet disabled) would fix the issue.

Vor 8 Monate
ccricers
ccricers

The GT 1030 would be more viable for the total price of the system if you want to focus more on productivity for highly threaded applications, where you might want more than 4 cores, so in that case you would want a mid-upper tier Ryzen with a GT 1030 for passable graphics.

Vor 8 Monate
OnceAPunAThyme
OnceAPunAThyme

The discreet combination isn't going to be useful to me with productivity applications, where the 2400G is. For me, it makes a lot more sense than the 2200G, though the price does put me off building, at the moment. I don't see much point, for my usage scenarios, of building a 2200G system just because I can. My best guess is that whatever follows on from the 2200G and 2400G is going to work that much better, or at least incrementally usefully better, with the newer motherboards.

Vor 8 Monate
Strider Wolf
Strider Wolf

yeah for entry level the 2200g is good enough! but for anything higher i would prefer a dgpu (1050/560 or better) with a good enough 4 thread (or more) cpu...

Vor 8 Monate
brealistic1970
brealistic1970

It will be interesting to see what the OEMs do with the 2200g and 2400g- now that AMD is actually playing in the same game with TDP zip code with APUs that don't have ancient weak CPU designs but decent GPUs. Frankly, I don't ever want to try and game on integrated Intel graphics again after dealing with two systems (one is a laptop so it's stuck, but I added a dedicated low power GPU to the htpc). Intel graphics work great for playing videos and regular use, but gaming requires regular driver updates that Intel does not do, nor does Intel give you the control needed to adjust things to make them work when they don't.

Vor 8 Monate
Francisco Chacon
Francisco Chacon

Crazy to think it makes more sense to but a used GTX 780 ti than wait for gpu prices to fall.

Vor 8 Monate
Orvis25
Orvis25

@Gamers Nexus If you guys have a Gigabyte AB350 gaming 3 motherboard, can you look at my reddit post asking for help? Have not gotten any from gigabyte, and their "tech support" is not helping me at all (asking me to make sure i power it fully off, and refusing to escalate the issue to a "technician") Maybe forward this issue through your contacts? Something to help would just be awesome if you could! http://www.reddit.com/r/gigabytegaming/comments/8553cg/gigabyte_ab350_gaming_3_not_waking_up_monitor/ I would really appreciate it! Cheers!

Vor 8 Monate
Homer Slated
Homer Slated

Or you could buy a dirt cheap Xeon x3460 and a second-hand GTX 780, and wipe the floor with that system, in both price and performance.

Vor 8 Monate
derek dauzat
derek dauzat

would the 2200g still be better buy if the 2400g was $149 new out the door?

Vor 8 Monate
Scott
Scott

I can see the 2400g also being useful in a dual purpose build for broke college students who want to game and need to do CAD renders or other applications where more than 4 cpu threads are really needed

Vor 8 Monate
Dominic Pham
Dominic Pham

I really like the little details that you place in your videos, all the dynamic chart layout with the timer on the sides that count down are beautiful. KUDOS

Vor 8 Monate
Hugh Birkett
Hugh Birkett

My buddy showed me his list of parts he was about to buy which included an R5 2400G paired with a $160 AIO cooler. I told him to take that money and just buy a 1050 and a G4560.

Vor 8 Monate
isingsongsonvent
isingsongsonvent

I have a 2200g, Case, SFX PSU, 250gb SSD on its way for our living room computer. Need those 4 series mobos...taking foreverrrrr

Vor 8 Monate
pSyk
pSyk

How well can you mine on APUs?!

Vor 8 Monate
issaciams
issaciams

It's so sad that so many games still do not see much difference in performamce when going from a 4 core 4 thread cpu to a 4 core 8 thread cpu. Best thing i saw was that the 2400g usually showed a decent uptick in 0.1% lows in comparison to the 2200g. Either way i still feel that the 2400g is a better option if you aren't trting to build a low end rig to stay a low end rig. 2400g will also be better for gamers who want to stream or video edit. Only a strictly low end gaming system should have the 2200g.

Vor 8 Monate
Woolgun
Woolgun

Can't believe someone actually tested the APU's at games they aim at, i.e. eSports titles, while also throwing some others in there to see how they do in more demanding games. GJ!

Vor 8 Monate
Karsten M.
Karsten M.

As an entry the R3 looks awesome. If you have the money later you can still upgrade with a much stronger GPU than starting of with the Pentium and a rubbish 1030.

Vor 8 Monate
Brommes
Brommes

you should still use the APU in the intel chips for a real comparison ..

Vor 8 Monate
Alex B
Alex B

Love your content, but the only thing that comes in mind about budget gaming, I doubt someone will spend $$$ and buy Trident Z 3200 CL14 2x8GB kit, unless I'm not aware there's 2x4GB 3200 MHz CL14 kit.

Vor 8 Monate
Bee Bek
Bee Bek

Plz do a video on how to overclock amd gc of latest version.

Vor 8 Monate
Sebastian Contreras
Sebastian Contreras

I got an RX 560 at MSRP on october. I'm so happy!

Vor 8 Monate
Spencer
Spencer

If you're that hard on cash, just do yourself a service and get a used pc. 1050ti (or better) performance is very possible for the price of a new "budget" pc

Vor 8 Monate
christopher james
christopher james

I have a R5 1600 rig and R5 2400G rig. I think the apu's make fantastic general purpose rigs.

Vor 8 Monate
Paulie's Channel
Paulie's Channel

Well Slap my legs and call me Rodger I'm Fucking glad I bought a GTX980ti when I did.

Vor 8 Monate
No Mor
No Mor

ryzen 3 2200g + b350 + 8GB 3200Mhz + m.2 sansung 960pro 512GB + Monitor LG 22'' @60hz

Vor 8 Monate
isingsongsonvent
isingsongsonvent

single or dual channel RAM? Seems like RAM matters

Vor 8 Monate
Joshua Perkins
Joshua Perkins

i see you are still getting that lucrative vacuum sponsorship.

Vor 8 Monate
Ali Evcil
Ali Evcil

How did you delidded it

Vor 8 Monate
John Lawrence Ebo
John Lawrence Ebo

What if AMD starts to build an APU with HBM well at least 2GB on it. How will it perform? Coz I think the real bottleneck of these APUs are the lack of discrete memory

Vor 8 Monate
Филип Пешић
Филип Пешић

The Dota 2 results are pretty peculiar. I don't understand how did you get such a low .1 and 1% low fps. I mean 16fps? I know that you get lower fps in a replay, that's just how Dota functions for some reason, but since you tested all with same method it's still viable result(s). However, why didn't you try DX11, GL or Vulkan for 1 / 2 tests then use the best result? DX9E has literally the worst MT performance, logically, DX11 is better and Vulkan got really polished over time, I tried it on Athlon 740K and RX560, got much higher fps than default DX9E or DX11, GL is terrible on AMD of course. As always, I have a great respect for your benchmarks and I've been watching you probably since

Vor 8 Monate
Marc-André B
Marc-André B

I overclocked a 2200g to 3.9 and 1655 and that little thing is a beast for its size and price. Recommend. 10/10 IGN

Vor 8 Monate
MrLight85
MrLight85

Plz do Total War Rome 2 fps test!

Vor 8 Monate
WarsunGames
WarsunGames

9:44 What is this garbage? You included a GTX 1070?

Vor 8 Monate
MrLight85
MrLight85

Civilization VI fps important too. Plz, do fps test!

Vor 8 Monate
Jeff Cook
Jeff Cook

It's the best new part purchase option, but I gotta say going used market is better, even when considering reduced lifespan. Sandy/ivy lake builds with a 6/7 series gpu run around the same price on the used market, if not cheaper. New vs used....I know, but realistically....

Vor 8 Monate
Alex V.
Alex V.

How are you so certain this is the real world? 🤔🤔🤔

Vor 8 Monate
Dejan Grbec
Dejan Grbec

@Gamers Nexus: I would love to see how 2200g and 2400g stacks up with other cpus when you pair them with descrete gpus. You could test different gpu ranges (low end, midrange, highend - e.g. 1050 ti, 1060, 1070, 1080,...) like you did in 'When the Intel G4560 Bottlenecks GPUs: 1050 Ti to 1080' video. I would like to see if 8x pci-e lanes acually cause any bottlenecks.

Vor 8 Monate
Steven Anderson
Steven Anderson

The 1500x is 159.00 at Amazon with 4 cores 8 threads if you are going to use a graphics card that's what I would do with the problems I have had with my 2200g I get no sound from the system till I put a graphics card in then I am fine but 2 days messing with drivers and other software I am replacing my 2200g with a 1500x.

Vor 8 Monate
Mateus Campello
Mateus Campello

I feel like the 2400G makes more sense to use the iGPU as temporary and upgrade to a dGPU in the future, it wouldn't hold back the dGPU as much as the 2200G. It's a pretty specific scenario, but I guess it makes sense.

Vor 8 Monate
Steven Anderson
Steven Anderson

Can I use any A10 APU as a boot kit like a 7860k APU.

Vor 8 Monate
Webbie
Webbie

i wonder how many years from now till an APU like this will be able to run a 1080p game at max settings at 60 fps?

Vor 8 Monate
Marcel Krebs
Marcel Krebs

Damn the view 71 looks pretty good. A little expensive though - gonna watch your review (if there's shilling I assume there's also a review on the channel) and take a look at noise normalised thermals. Another case on my watch list is the Corsair Air 740 which is a lot cheaper and supposedly has pretty good airflow.

Vor 8 Monate
Merdusk
Merdusk

Have you guys tried gaming and streaming with either one of the apu's? If not can you guys do a comparison?

Vor 8 Monate
mkiss73
mkiss73

Are the overclocked results for both the 2400G and 2200G using the GSkill memory running at 3200Mhz and CL14? I read the testing on your web site but was still uncertain.

Vor 8 Monate
Brian Mirante
Brian Mirante

You could say the 2200G is surpRYZENingly good 😂.

Vor 8 Monate
Marcus
Marcus

The timers for the graphs Kreygasm

Vor 8 Monate
Larry Smith
Larry Smith

That might be my next case... Just waiting on the next gen of GPUs to come(Which I'll probably have to snatch up immediately before the prices go crazy high).

Vor 8 Monate
Jasonoid
Jasonoid

Very professional job, I just realized how much you are able to speak these benchmark numbers without messing up your words. It's pretty hard to do that, I wonder how many takes it took to record this video! Thumbs up! Loved it!

Vor 8 Monate
Gucky
Gucky

In Germany the 1030 is 80-90€. And the G4560 is 52€. The AMD 2400G is 154€. 8GB Ram is between 80-110€ depending on Speed/Dualchannel. Mainboards are 50-60€ for both Sockets. If you want to upgrade your GPU..the 1050 is 140€ and 1050 TI is 200€. For a better CPU I recommend an i3-8100. Its 107€ here, but the board is also more expensive with 110-120€. It always depends on how much youre willig to spend. The Cheapest PC is 300€ without HDD, Case or PSU. Thats either the 2400G or G4560 with 1030. For 550€ You can get a 1050 TI with 4GB Ram, a 6 core i5-8400 +Mainboard+8GB Ram. (No HDD, Case or PSU) MUCH cheaper would be a second hand Machine....

Vor 8 Monate
IgorRushGamer
IgorRushGamer

Hybrid crossfire still existing on this chips ?

Vor 8 Monate
QuantumBraced
QuantumBraced

When I bought my 1070 FE in July 2016 for $450, I was upset because I'd paid ~$50 over MSRP. I would have never imagined it would be worth almost double 2 years later. WTF.

Vor 8 Monate
QuantumBraced
QuantumBraced

You can find a GT 1030 at MSRP still. You can even find 1050 Tis within $10-20 of MSRP if you look hard enough. Anything higher is super inflated though.

Vor 8 Monate
Kostas Keremis
Kostas Keremis

Can you guys make an in depth ocing tutorial?

Vor 8 Monate
maurice stevens
maurice stevens

Gt 1030 still around $100 to $115 AUD import from Australia

Vor 8 Monate
Brent Bertram
Brent Bertram

I see money in the vacuum! LOL

Vor 8 Monate
Vyor
Vyor

where is the power testing article?

Vor 8 Monate
Stephan Hartl
Stephan Hartl

If you have a tight budget, I can recommend to overclock your RAM. I have two Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 8gb one 2666 and one 2400, don't ask why. I got them stable with 3066 CL16-17-16-16-36 and a slight voltage increase from 1.2V to 1.25V

Vor 8 Monate
Stephan Hartl
Stephan Hartl

I have fergotten two things. I have a R5 1600 with a b350 and the soc voltage has increase autometacly from 0.96V to 1.10V, but the bios description says 1.1V is default.

Vor 8 Monate
Anthony R
Anthony R

A 2400g purchase is all about future discrete gpu upgrades. 8 threads makes it more viable long term

Vor 8 Monate
Robert T
Robert T

Do you think AMD missed the opportunity to have an inexpensive chip with at least double the stream processors with the GPU shortage? Ram might be too limiting to make it worthwhile, but it might be a practical console alternative. There also might be contractual obligations with MS and Sony that would prevent such a product.

Vor 8 Monate
Jasonoid
Jasonoid

I don't think they can fit much more of a Vega chip inside these APU dies. Too much heat and not enough room. I wish they would come out with a Vega 20 or something, something near the 1050ti or 1060 Range GPU! I just don't think it's possible.

Vor 8 Monate
R SU
R SU

The 2200g I ordered should arrive in a few hours...

Vor 8 Monate
Brody Bunter
Brody Bunter

I think the 2400G makes its case by having increased productivity with increased thread count. And we won't be getting 4/4T and 4/8T CPU's for the 2000 series by the looks...

Vor 8 Monate
BreakCoreGivesMeWo0od
BreakCoreGivesMeWo0od

If you have to resort you buying this kind of component, have a good look at your life and wonder where it went sooo wrong...

Vor 8 Monate
Larry Kling
Larry Kling

What are your views on the future of PC gaming with the current inflated price of GPUs due to mining?

Vor 8 Monate
Deribus
Deribus

I don't understand why anyone would ever buy a 1030. It's been a few years since I've shopped in this price range, but such low end GPUs are barely better than integrated graphics. I realize a lot of people simply don't have the money for a 1050, and I'm not saying they should buy that instead, just saying a 1030 is not worth the minimal performance increase over Intel integrated graphics.

Vor 8 Monate
Bastimon
Bastimon

Nice vaccum

Vor 8 Monate
Nischal Pradhan
Nischal Pradhan

Maybe it's time to change the table, it's shaking a lot... :P

Vor 8 Monate
Alinutz Alin
Alinutz Alin

Transition bars ? Love'em ! I'll still listen to what Steve says tho :D

Vor 8 Monate
Politicky Nekorektní
Politicky Nekorektní

I think 2400G is for those who want to buy more powerful gpu (like Vega 56 or 1070 and higher) later but don't have enough money saved yet and would like to play straight away.

Vor 8 Monate
neil beaumont
neil beaumont

how does a 2400G stack up as a $170 CPU, does it offer a god upgrade path to discrete in a couple of years?

Vor 8 Monate
dosduros
dosduros

Wait, are you tellin me that we are geting to the point where an APU can actually play a game live overwatch? God I am old. My last Gaming laptop can play overwatch at 50FPS 1080p all LOW 75% resolution scale.... and its big, bulky and heavy.

Vor 8 Monate
Laurentiu Pricop
Laurentiu Pricop

I clicked the link and search as you said, but still i couldn't find any vacuum benchmarks ? Stop teasing us, most of us came here for vacuum benches not for crap PC parts. Thats why is called Gamers Nexus cause we game with out vacuums!

Vor 8 Monate
Scouser 19
Scouser 19

Did you overclock the vacuum cleaner? It can change results dramatically. Just sayin...

Vor 8 Monate
Agost
Agost

Waiting for VACUUM© overclock testing and review

Vor 8 Monate
Sensible Systems
Sensible Systems

More super useful Raven Ridge content, thanks. Showing the performance impact of memory speed and single- vs dual-channel configuration is really helpful in buying parts for an APU-based system. I've also been wondering, ever since these new APUs came out, how memory channel interleaving and also rank interleaving might affect performance. Channel/rank interleaving is not the same thing as dual-channel configuration, as I understand it (which is not at all comprehensively, I'll happily admit). Dual-channel configuration (and quad- even more so) increases the width of the memory bus, increasing the (theoretical) maximum data transmission per cycle. Channel (or rank) interleaving is a matter of how memory spaces are addressed (again, I don't have the tightest grip on this!), and is supposed to lower latency by eliminating some wait times in the... memory... processing... thingy. Taking advantage of memory rank interleaving would require (obviously) running dual-rank (DR) DIMMs, and taking advantage of channel interleaving would required running a 4x4GB kit rather than a 2x8GB kit, which doesn't make much financial sense when price-to-performance margins are slim as they are with these APUs. But still, purely as a matter of enthusiast interest, I would *love* to know how one or both (channel and/or rank interleaving) impacts Raven Ridge APU performance. I'm not about to go buy the RAM kits to test this myself, especially not in the current market (!), but, if Gamers Nexus addressed this in an Ask GN episode, I would be very pleased to hear the answer!

Vor 8 Monate
Space Cowboy
Space Cowboy

I really like Vacuum company and I'm really happy that vacuum company still has a sponsor spot on the show!

Vor 8 Monate
ghostdog662
ghostdog662

It's great when we are celebrating 60 fps in overwatch at medium settings at 1080p. A $60 cpu and $100 gpu (for a 1030....) easily smoking a $165 cpu with igp (amd 2400g). Stop buying stupid things people!

Vor 8 Monate
The juGGaKNot Empire Games
The juGGaKNot Empire Games

so buy a dual core

Vor 8 Monate
Rusty Redbeard
Rusty Redbeard

[laughing at the props] 2400G + $13 bad... Got it

Vor 8 Monate
Derotron
Derotron

I love the placement of the Vacuum :D The video was so nice.

Vor 8 Monate
Big Boss production
Big Boss production

How did u get the 2200g up to 1650 MHz on water ?

Vor 8 Monate
thefirst bushman
thefirst bushman

keep up the good and interesting content ; )

Vor 8 Monate
Space Reptile
Space Reptile

man you shud really send that A4 9500 back man

Vor 8 Monate
videoomaster
videoomaster

What if some one is going to use this gaming system as a daily user computer? Wouldn't the 2400g added horse power aid in multi-tasking and running more windows at a time?

Vor 8 Monate
Free Gaming
Free Gaming

Only if RAM prices are lower.

Vor 8 Monate
XBnPC
XBnPC

Just built my buddy a 2400G rig. He absolutely loves it! He chose that APU specifically bc he does light gaming, but also uses his PC for light video/image editing, some very light 3d modeling and of course, misc every day computing tasks. That being said, he really likes the 8 logical cpu cores the 2400g offers and set at a very comfortable 3.9/1500 with 8gb of 3200 mhz memory (2x4gb dual channel), it already scores a respectable 1330 in Timespy. He gets very decent 1080p gaming and great CPU performance as well. With a cheap SSD, the thing just flies and with AM4 being Soo upgradable!! He's got an awesome path ahead, no matter how much power he wants. In the meantime, for him, it's a great system at a very attractive price. Kudos to AMD for offering two more amazing products. I can't wait until April for the new 12nm CPU's to start rolling in :D

Vor 8 Monate
RL Agito
RL Agito

i know your channel is gamers nexus but what about productivity performance? that might be where the reason for the prices comes in. ddr4 ram is insanely priced too. but 8GB or 10GB might be ok for a gaming build

Vor 8 Monate
crysisownz
crysisownz

These apus are desperate for atleast 2gb gddr5 built-in.. hopefully with the next iteration,AmD put in hbm2/gddr5 with underclocked r9 380 in 7nm

Vor 8 Monate

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