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AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Processor with Radeon Vega 8 Graphics £77.44 Sold by EpicEasy Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon
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AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Processor with Radeon Vega 8 Graphics £77.44 Sold by EpicEasy Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 29th Oct
Nice and cheap cpu that comes with a cooler ,good if you do not game ,its got a built in graphics on the cpu,pair it with something like a Gigabyte B450M DS3H for a cheap build.
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If you plan to do any overclocking or tinkering, an extra £10 or so for the 3200G is definitely worth it. Slightly higher base/boost clocks on CPU and the GPU is a little faster, overclocks better and more importantly plays a lot nicer with ram speeds especially now that 3000 Mhz+ is much more afordable..
Edited by: "3anana" 29th Oct
Think it's a bit expensive for what they are worth now.

£62 with 2 year warranty at CEX ( less if you use vouchers ).
3anana29/10/2019 20:54

If you plan to do any overclocking or tinkering, an extra £10 or so for …If you plan to do any overclocking or tinkering, an extra £10 or so for the 3200G is definitely worth it. Slightly higher base/boost clocks on CPU and the GPU is a little faster, overclocks better and more importantly plays a lot nicer with ram speeds especially now that 3000 Mhz+ is much more afordable..


Benchmarks show the difference being 1-2 FPS. Save the £10 surely... Better to put the £10 into getting a 2400g.
MSTRBKR29/10/2019 21:31

Benchmarks show the difference being 1-2 FPS. Save the £10 surely... …Benchmarks show the difference being 1-2 FPS. Save the £10 surely... Better to put the £10 into getting a 2400g.



Having tried both I'd definitely go with the 3200G. You can get relatively cheap ballistix 2666 RAM and clock it to 3000 CL14 with adjusted subtimings (Ryzen DRAM calculator) and get pretty decent performance (or 3000Mhz default kit if budget permits) since memoory speeds do make a good difference on the graphics performance as well.
EagleUK29/10/2019 20:54

Think it's a bit expensive for what they are worth now.£62 with 2 year …Think it's a bit expensive for what they are worth now.£62 with 2 year warranty at CEX ( less if you use vouchers ).


Does it come with the cooler ?
3anana29/10/2019 22:07

Having tried both I'd definitely go with the 3200G. You can get relatively …Having tried both I'd definitely go with the 3200G. You can get relatively cheap ballistix 2666 RAM and clock it to 3000 CL14 with adjusted subtimings (Ryzen DRAM calculator) and get pretty decent performance (or 3000Mhz default kit if budget permits) since memoory speeds do make a good difference on the graphics performance as well.


and you can't do the same thing on a 2200/2400G?
Level0fZer0es30/10/2019 00:57

and you can't do the same thing on a 2200/2400G?


Oh its quite possible, but aside from a small IPC improvement on the 3200G the memory controller is much better, where as the 2200G tends to cap out close to 3000Mhz on the ram and higher speeds/tighter timings definitely help improve performance so I feel that extra £10 is certainly worth it. You also get the 3 months Xbox game pass so a little bit of added value there.
EagleUK29/10/2019 20:54

Think it's a bit expensive for what they are worth now.£62 with 2 year …Think it's a bit expensive for what they are worth now.£62 with 2 year warranty at CEX ( less if you use vouchers ).


will not come with a cooler
lumsdot30/10/2019 09:26

will not come with a cooler


yeah i ordered a AMD Ryzen 5 2400G (3.6GHz) AM4 for 75 quid and it arrived today in an envelope lol ,lets hope it works ,awaiting the mobo !
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