AMD Ryzen 7 5700G, an iGPU that pulls its pin from the game

Announced recently, the small Ryzen 7 5700G shows itself completely through a test at Tom’s Hardware and makes a strong case for those who want to play without installing a dedicated graphics card. Of course, the interest of this processor is its integrated graphics part. Vega with eight 2000 MHz computing units, nothing but a, and it will absolutely have to be used to justify a purchase.

Because if the processor / iGPU set mounts very interesting, with a few AAA titles rcents which shoot in 720p in good conditions by lowering the options, only taking advantage of the processor is not necessarily interesting in the face of certain models Intel equipped with a less vloce graphic part.


The eight-core 16-thread Ryzen 7 5700G marks the arrival of AMD’s first 7nm ‘Cezanne’ Zen 3 APUs for desktop PCs, and today we’re taking an early look at the chips. AMD plans to use the Cezanne chips to plug big price gaps in its Ryzen 5000 lineup that dominates our Best CPU list and CPU Benchmark hierarchy, but they’re limited to the OEM market until the full retail launch on August 5, 2021. Anticipation is high, though, so we grabbed an off-the-shelf system from HP to take the Ryzen 7 5700G for a spin.

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