AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Processor With Vega Review



/ 8 months ago

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AMD Ryzen 3 With Vega

The PC component market has been quite a rollercoaster recently, and prices of some hardware, notably RAM and graphics cards, have seen some hefty price increases. For those wanting to build an affordable entry-level PC, it’s become relatively difficult to get an excellent deal, find all the right hardware, and stay within a tight budget. This is even more true for those who also want to be able to play some PC games.

The Ryzen 3 2200G is an affordable solution, blending a quad-core Ryzen 3 processor, with a fist full of VEGA GPU cores to create what’s basically AMD‘s 2018 take on the APU. I loved the APU range when they launched, for SFF and low-cost systems, their performance was incredible. Of course, I’m hoping to be similarly impressed with this one.

Spend a little more get a little more – Check out our review of the Ryzen 5 with Vega here!

Features

  • AMD SenseMI Technology
  • AMD Ryzen™ Master Utility
  • Enmotus FuzeDrive™ for AMD Ryzen™
  • Radeon™ Software

Specifications

  • CPU Cores: 4
  • Threads: 4
  • GPU Cores: 8
  • Base Clock: 3.5GHz
  • Max Boost Clock: 3.7GHz
  • Total L2 Cache: 2MB
  • Total L3 Cache: 4MB
  • Default TDP / TDP: 65W
  • cTDP: 46-65W

Packaging

Cooler

More Details

Get more information from the official AMD product page here.

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One Response to “AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Processor With Vega Review”
  1. Sykobee says:

    “Bang For Buck” Award?

    C’mon, that should be “Quidtastic” or “Power For Your Pound”.

    With a little O/C on stock, included, cooler, you get a 1.5 TFLOPS GPU, for £99, that’s a bargain.

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