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Newly released AMD Raven Ridge Ryzen 3 2200G / 5 2400G with embedded Vega GPU available on NewEgg.com (MSRP only though)

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For those of you thinking about getting the newly released AMD Raven Ridge Ryzen processors with embedded Vega GPU, NewEgg.com has two models Ryzen 3 2200G and Ryzen 5 2400G available, but only at MSRP prices of $99 and $169 respectively and no discount though.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...isNodeId=1
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2400g good for casual cs go and rocket league?
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2400g good for casual cs go and rocket league?
Cs go could be a little low on fps but rocket league should be fine
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welcome to tech news dot com
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Are these good enough for some casual gaming and video/photo editing?
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2400g good for casual cs go and rocket league?
CS GO can play on Max 1080P , same with rocket league ....1080P .... the 2400G plays 1080P Overwatch at 60FPS ... which is much higher requirements than CS GO


Check out the article here to back it up

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jaso...56c6e548a3


Unfortunately , PUBG 1080P is not playable (under 30fps at times), but lowering the resolution makes it playable
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CS GO can play on Max 1080P , same with rocket league ....1080P .... the 2400G plays 1080P Overwatch at 60FPS ... which is much higher requirements than CS GO


Check out the article here to back it up

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jaso...56c6e548a3


Unfortunately , PUBG 1080P is not playable (under 30fps at times), but lowering the resolution makes it playable
Thanks for that. I recently got a ryzen 5 1400 but have an old gtx 580 killing energy. So want something to hold me over til GPU comes back down to earth.
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Thanks for that. I recently got a ryzen 5 1400 but have an old gtx 580 killing energy. So want something to hold me over til GPU comes back down to earth.
Yep the integrated GPU in this processor is basically a RX460 with slower memory bandwidth in terms of performance. Pretty good to hold over until GPU prices come down from mining
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For those of you thinking about getting the newly released AMD Raven Ridge Ryzen processors with embedded Vega GPU, NewEgg.com has two models Ryzen 3 2200G and Ryzen 5 2400G available, but only at MSRP prices of $99 and $169 respectively and no discount though.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...isNodeId=1
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Anybody buying these, for best gaming performance:
Buy DDR4-2933 ram minimum. DDR4-3200+ is better. Dual channel is an absolute must, and 2 sticks will clock higher / have lower latency than 4 sticks.
Be sure to manually enable XMP and set RAM speed in the BIOS -- and ensure it's running at that speed in windows with CPU-Z.
Manually set the GPU memory allocation to 2GB in the BIOS. Auto allocation doesn't work ideally at the moment. Improved Auto or >2GB memory options might be available in the future.
Overclock the CPU and GPU. I've been seeing most hit 3.9Ghz CPU and 1500mhz GPU on the stock cooler with minor voltage increase. 4GHz and 1600mhz should be fine on an aftermarket cooler.
It also appears that results tend to be better when OCing in the BIOS vs. using the Ryzen Master software.
If you want to play PUBG, make sure post-processing, effects, and shadows are set to very low. Other settings you can play with low/med. 1080p is probably possible if you lock to 30FPS to help smooth out the 1% and .1% lows. If it still doesn't feel good, try 90%, then 80%, then 70% screen scale.
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When these dropped on newegg today they initially had them priced at $129 and $189 each respectively. Amazon had them at MSRP.

It was a blatant cash grab for a store that honestly, I thought had more integrity than this. Seems the mining rush has changed their behavior as of late.

Newegg then adjusted the 2200G to $109 and then down to $99.

Lost some faith in them today.
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Parents are still on an A6 model in their desktop (don't recall which one; just remember seeing that sticker on their tower). Been wanting to upgrade them - I'm sure the cheaper chip would be just fine for their needs, but any suggestions on a mobo and RAM?
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When these dropped on newegg today they initially had them priced at $129 and $189 each respectively. Amazon had them at MSRP.

It was a blatant cash grab for a store that honestly, I thought had more integrity than this. Seems the mining rush has changed their behavior as of late.

Newegg then adjusted the 2200G to $109 and then down to $99.

Lost some faith in them today.
What? Be glad that AMD is competing now with a competitive product that can undercut the Intel monopoly.
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These APU's have inlaws, parents, kids computers names written all over them.

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When these dropped on newegg today they initially had them priced at $129 and $189 each respectively. Amazon had them at MSRP.

It was a blatant cash grab for a store that honestly, I thought had more integrity than this. Seems the mining rush has changed their behavior as of late.

Newegg then adjusted the 2200G to $109 and then down to $99.

Lost some faith in them today.
It's Newegg. They are not the same company they were 5 years ago, very smarmy now.
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What? Be glad that AMD is competing now with a competitive product that can undercut the Intel monopoly.
That has nothing to do with what I said...... like why even reply with this....
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