AMD Ryzen 5 2400G synthetic and gaming benchmarks emerge

Published: 10th Feb 2018, 20:07 GMT | Comments

A new video has emerged showing real-world gaming tests of the upcoming Ryzen 2000 desktop APU.

AMD Ryzen 5 2400G

With Ryzen 2000 desktop series AMD decided to start with APUs. Two desktop SKUs were announced at CES: Ryzen 3 2200G and Ryzen 5 2400G, both looking at sub-200 USD market segment.

The Ryzen 5 2400G is a quad-core processor with eight threads. This APU has a boost clock higher than Ryzen 5 1500X, so it should theoretically be faster in real-world applications. Not only that, it also features Radeon RX Vega 11 integrated graphics. Are 704 Stream Processors enough to offer ‘playable’ experience? Should integrated graphics be considered as a good alternative to existing entry-level products such as Radeon RX 550 or GeForce GT 1030?

The Ryzen 5 2400G may be a good choice if you can’t find the graphics card you want (considering the fact that most are overpriced or not in stock these days). When the mining craze ends, you should be able to add discrete graphics with ease. A temporary solution of RX Vega 11 should get you through those hard times, as demonstrated by an early adopter from China.

The video shows 3DMark FireStrike, FireStrike Extreme, TimeSpy, Cinbench MT, World of Tanks, World of Warships and some other MMO RPG game performance.

The results for comparison were gathered from various sources.

AMD 5 Ryzen 2400G Cinebench Multi-Thread Performance
 ProcessorCinebench R15 MT
Intel Core i7-7700K
 
963
AMD Ryzen 5 2400G
 
787
AMD Ryzen 5 1500X
 
783
AMD Ryzen 5 1400
 
665
AMD 5 Ryzen 2400G 3DMark Performance
 ProcessorFireStrikeFireStrike ExtremeTime Spy
Radeon RX 550 4GB
 
4338
 
1795
 
1210
GeForce GT 1030
 
3743
 
1673
 
1106
Ryzen 5 2400G w/ RX Vega 11
 
3139
 
1390
 
961

The original video has no embedding option, so here’s a copy:

 

 

AMD Ryzen Desktop Series Processors
ModelCores/Threads Base ClockTurbo ClockNew MSRP
Threadripper 1950X
 
16C/32T
 
3.4 GHz
 
4.0 GHz
 
999 USD
Threadripper 1920X
 
12C/24T
 
3.5 GHz
 
4.0 GHz
 
799 USD
Threadripper 1900X
 
8C/16T
 
3.8 GHz
 
4.0 GHz
 
449 USD
Ryzen 7 1800X
 
8C/16T
 
3.6 GHz
 
4.0 GHz
 
349 USD
Ryzen 7 1700X
 
8C/16T
 
3.4 GHz
 
3.8 GHz
 
309 USD
Ryzen 7 1700
 
8C/16T
 
3.0 GHz
 
3.7 GHz
 
299 USD
Ryzen 5 1600X
 
6C/12T
 
3.6 GHz
 
4.0 GHz
 
219 USD
Ryzen 5 1600
 
6C/12T
 
3.2 GHz
 
3.6 GHz
 
189 USD
Ryzen 5 1500X
 
4C/8T
 
3.5 GHz
 
3.7 GHz
 
174 USD
Ryzen 5 2400G 🆕
 
4C/8T
 
3.6 GHz
 
3.9 GHz
 
169 USD
Ryzen 5 1400
 
4C/8T
 
3.2 GHz
 
3.4 GHz
 
169 USD
Ryzen 3 1300X
 
4C/4T
 
3.5 GHz
 
3.7 GHz
 
129 USD
Ryzen 3 2200G 🆕
 
4C/4T
 
3.5 GHz
 
3.7 GHz
 
99 USD
Ryzen 3 1200
 
4C/4T
 
3.1 GHz
 
3.4 GHz
 
109 USD

Source: 365yg


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