AMD Ryzen 5 2400G APU at Amazon.es 141GBP £149 delivered
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AMD Ryzen 5 2400G APU at Amazon.es 141GBP £149 delivered

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Found 12th Feb
I was waitinting for this Ryzen for month and I did not managed to find it in Lithuania. Just ordered from Amazon.es for 168€ (incl shipping).

Subtotal de producto(s):EUR 131,40
Envío:EUR 7,26 -----
Total antes de impuestos:EUR 138,66
Impuestos:EUR 29,12 -----
Total:EUR 167,78 -----
Importe total:EUR 167,78

For me it is a deal. Don't blame for my first post in here.
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Keep the vram conversation in context. 2gb is plenty for a GPU of this level to work with. It doesn't have the raw power to handle games at high settings at 1080p, so would be highly unlikely to benefit from more vram.
Marekj46 m ago

Keep the vram conversation in context. 2gb is plenty for a GPU of this …Keep the vram conversation in context. 2gb is plenty for a GPU of this level to work with. It doesn't have the raw power to handle games at high settings at 1080p, so would be highly unlikely to benefit from more vram.


Common sense at last.
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Looks a good deal if you require entry level 1080p graphics. Early benchmarks show it just about equal (or very slightly short in some instances) to a GT1030 in graphics performance and above the R5 1400 in terms of CPU.
As usual, hard to judge against Intel for workload as there are big wins and big losses against the likes of the i3 8350k (Intel still wins out handsomely in single threaded benchmarks).
Not yet seen anything on how it performs in games with a dedicated GPU, but I would presume there is not that much gain over the R5 1400.
The problem is that I guess it shares expensive DDR4 RAM with the system. Is 8Gb enough overall (6gb system and 2gb GPU (max??))- for a low end system with these types of GPU.... possibly. If the max allocation is 2Gb for the VGA this is a problem for gaming in my opinion.
Edited by: "iceburglettuce" 12th Feb
iceburglettuce51 m ago

Looks a good deal if you require entry level 1080p graphics. Early …Looks a good deal if you require entry level 1080p graphics. Early benchmarks show it just about equal (or very slightly short in some instances) to a GT1030 in graphics performance and above the R5 1400 in terms of CPU.As usual, hard to judge against Intel for workload as there are big wins and big losses against the likes of the i3 8350k (Intel still wins out handsomely in single threaded benchmarks).Not yet seen anything on how it performs in games with a dedicated GPU, but I would presume there is not that much gain over the R5 1400.The problem is that I guess it shares expensive DDR4 RAM with the system. Is 8Gb enough overall (6gb system and 2gb GPU (max??))- for a low end system with these types of GPU.... possibly. If the max allocation is 2Gb for the VGA this is a problem for gaming in my opinion.


Yeah 3gb ram for gpu is the minimum unless u use low settings, and for future games it could be useless
2200G is only 99 EUR?!
Does it have the same GPU?
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 12th Feb
TehJumpingJawa5 m ago

2200G is only 99 EUR?!Does it have the same GPU?


nah its slightly worse and doesnt have SMT/hyperthreading. i suggest watching a couple reviews as 50% price is quite a bit more for the 2400g but it might be worth it
price went up
Bruno.Harris48 m ago

Yeah 3gb ram for gpu is the minimum unless u use low settings, and for …Yeah 3gb ram for gpu is the minimum unless u use low settings, and for future games it could be useless


However for the value conscious it has to be compared with the GT 1030 which I think only comes in a 2gb flavour.
Even 3gb seems to be pushing it in new games for high settings. But with high prices above the 1050ti there is little option above 4gb anyway. Maybe games developers will slow down the increase in VRAM usage (some hope).
comshoplesce1 h, 4 m ago

price went up


It still shows 159€ for me. As it was few hours ago. Now I need to get PSU, RAM and MB.
Keep the vram conversation in context. 2gb is plenty for a GPU of this level to work with. It doesn't have the raw power to handle games at high settings at 1080p, so would be highly unlikely to benefit from more vram.
iceburglettuce2 h, 51 m ago

Looks a good deal if you require entry level 1080p graphics. Early …Looks a good deal if you require entry level 1080p graphics. Early benchmarks show it just about equal (or very slightly short in some instances) to a GT1030 in graphics performance and above the R5 1400 in terms of CPU.As usual, hard to judge against Intel for workload as there are big wins and big losses against the likes of the i3 8350k (Intel still wins out handsomely in single threaded benchmarks).Not yet seen anything on how it performs in games with a dedicated GPU, but I would presume there is not that much gain over the R5 1400.The problem is that I guess it shares expensive DDR4 RAM with the system. Is 8Gb enough overall (6gb system and 2gb GPU (max??))- for a low end system with these types of GPU.... possibly. If the max allocation is 2Gb for the VGA this is a problem for gaming in my opinion.


Ultimately this chip lowers the price of a low end system massively. A million GB of extra RAM isnt a factor
Marekj46 m ago

Keep the vram conversation in context. 2gb is plenty for a GPU of this …Keep the vram conversation in context. 2gb is plenty for a GPU of this level to work with. It doesn't have the raw power to handle games at high settings at 1080p, so would be highly unlikely to benefit from more vram.


Common sense at last.
i would go with the 2200g, it offers more value imo
r200ti2 h, 7 m ago

Ultimately this chip lowers the price of a low end system massively. A …Ultimately this chip lowers the price of a low end system massively. A million GB of extra RAM isnt a factor


Agreed although the cost of a G4560 plus GT1030 package is a similar price for similar-ish (current) games performance. If you are die-hard Intel on the lowest budget, you could go with that and at least you could sell the 1030 to help upgrade in future. The G4560 has been great value until now, but I think it’s at end of life. Maybe Intel has something else up its sleeve?
review

review link above, quiet an interesting product.
You could build a nice back-up system with a £99 2200G paired with a £40 A320 motherboard. That's the core of a good system for less than £150. AMD bringing value back to the PC market alright.
The 2200G comes in first place on GURU3D's value for money chart.

guru3d.com/art…tml
Yeah, looks like 2200G paired with DDR4 3200, and an overclock on the APU cores is the way to go.

From hardware unboxed's testing, the 2400G's 11 vega CUs appear to benefit little from overclocking, presumably because they're already very close to the memory bandwidth limits of DDR4 3200.

Whereas the 2200G's 8 vega CUs stock performance leaves it with some memory bandwidth to spare and so benefit greatly from an overclock, very nearly matching the performance of the 2400G's 11 CUs @ stock.

On a side note, Ryzen was already quite reliant on fast ram; these APU's make it even more so.
The current ram market must be really hurting AMD's chances of expanding their market share at the bottom end.

Spending almost as much on 8GB of fast ram, as on a capable CPU AND iGPU.... that's just ridiculous.

Also when you can get the cheapest B350's for ~£60, less than £15 more than the absolute cheapest A320 boards, it seems to me like the A320 chipset is pointless.
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 13th Feb
Holding off until AMD get the stuttering sorted out in games with whatever bios update and the occasional blue screens of death/refusal to start games/freezes when overclocking in some games. Early days, I know, and having to pair it with not just fast memory but dual channel to hit the higher fps/semi decent quality settings is a bit of a pain, convenience/price wise if trying to make a small build that will only take two sticks of ram, but... looks promising and more promising still with whatever APU upgrade AMD supersede this APU with.

I am keeping an eye on the price of the i3 8100. Still feels like a terrible time to be building PCs but hopefully component prices will change in the not too distant future.
Seems a very good time to get into an all in one option for gaming fanatics at a value price, especially as all the AMD Ryzen Threadrippers will be rocketing in price and becoming like unicorns to find very shortly!
anyone know how this comes to an i7 3770, dont do any gaming at all, its usually watching 1080/2160 movies and or converting stuff to DVD?

IM torn as there are a lot of cheaper Ryzens coming out, i need to build me a new system and i want the best bang for my buck....
philjstephenson3 h, 20 m ago

anyone know how this comes to an i7 3770, dont do any gaming at all, its …anyone know how this comes to an i7 3770, dont do any gaming at all, its usually watching 1080/2160 movies and or converting stuff to DVD?IM torn as there are a lot of cheaper Ryzens coming out, i need to build me a new system and i want the best bang for my buck....


Sideways move. I think with your useage, as long as you have a cheap gpu in your 3770 system the 2400G would perform roughly the same.
Put it another way your current pc is fine for what you are doing.
Edited by: "joe_shmoe" 13th Feb
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