Mainstream 1080p PC Gaming Achieved Via AMD Ryzen 5 2400G APU
The much-anticipated AMD Ryzen 5 2400G APU has achieved mainstream 1080p PC gaming even without dedicated GPU. In fact, its power has been proven through benchmark testing.
AMD Ryzen 5 2400G APU Benchmark Testing
A Tech YouTuber SonofaTech has ordered the Ryzen 5 2400G APU on Amazon.com at $169 earlier this month. Luckily the retailer unintentionally shipped it early. Since he wasn’t bound by a review restriction, he decided to put the AMD’s upcoming chipset through the paces in a lengthy 10-hour live stream.
SonafaTech put the Ryzen 5 2400G through its paces with video games like Overwatch, Dirt Rally, Killing Floor 2, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Grand Theft Auto V, DOOM and a lot more. In each of these settings, AMD’s Raven Ridge APU verified playable frame rates at 1920 x 1080p. As a matter of fact, he wasn’t even utilizing the AMD’s press driver or release day driver, and the APU was at typical clock speeds.
Results of SonafaTech AMD Ryzen 5 2400AG APU Benchmark Testing
Here are some amazing results of SonafaTech’s AMD Ryzen 5 2400AG APU benchmark testing:
- Overwatch: 1080p, High Preset: 60 to 70 FPS throughout the gameplay.
- Grand Theft Auto V, 1080p (unknown visual settings): 50 to 78 FPS throughout the benchmark testing.
- Killing Floor 2, 1080p High Preset: 40 to 50 FPS throughout the gameplay.
- Rise of the Tomb Raider, 1080p Low Preset: Average 32 FPS during benchmark testing.
- Dirt Rally, 1080p Medium Preset: Average 57 FPS throughout the benchmark testing.
- Dirt Rally, 1080p Ultra Preset: Average 32 FPS throughout the benchmark testing.
- DOOM, 1080p Vulkan (unknown visual settings): 38 to 45 FPS throughout the gameplay.
This chipset from the American multi-national company will be a persuasive entry into PC gaming for first-time builders, most particularly with a wide variety of dedicated GPUs from AMD and NVIDIA. With the aforementioned results, it is PC gaming enthusiast would really want to get an AMD Ryzen 5 2400AG APU on their hands.
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