The latest AMD Ryzen APU a.k.a. Accelerated processing units come with surprisingly powerful graphics, especially the AMD Ryzen 5 2400G . But how well do these chips handle the latest games?
WccfTech has given us a good idea, having compared the processor using the latest beta test of the next Battlefield 5 first-person shooter (FPS), and the results are quite impressive.
When running the game with 1080p resolution and media graphics details, the processor can produce surprisingly consistent 30 frames per second (fps) in live game mode. That's the generally acceptable minimum frame rate for video games today.
In the video, WccfTech reduces the resolution scale to 75%, and the chip immediately sees gains of around 15 fps for a total of 45 fps on average.
Although the number of gold for video games is 60 fps, it is usually a high goal even for the last dedicated graphics cards so these numbers are quite surprising for a video game that is not even finished.
There's a lot more optimization to do in the developer's part of the game, so we may see even better performance numbers for this processor while the final version is playing.
Now, it should be said that – again – 30 The fps with medium graphic details are not the optimal way to play the last game of FPS. However, it is a completely acceptable way to play the game for conventional players.
The AMD Ryzen 5 2400G costs only $ 169 (£ 149, AU $ 269). Compared to even the entry-level Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti at $ 189 (approximately £ 145, AU $ 265) or AMD Radeon RX 460 at $ 100 (approximately £ 77, AU $ 140), you still need to depend on the General processors to operate, the cost savings is very clear for conventional players.
If you're looking to prepare for the next season of PC games at the end of the year, you may want to guess the purchase of the graphics card if you do not need it. the absolute best
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