Newest gaming benchmarks have arrived for Ryzen 5 3400G with Quad Core Eight Thread 6MB Game Cache 4.2GHz Turbo clock speed and staggering Vega 11 powerful Integrated Graphics. Here, the respected YouTuber by name Tech Benchmarks Hub demonstrated 12 game performance featuring Ryzen 5 3400G w/ Vega 11 vs GT1030 vs GTX750Ti. On majority AAA titles Radeon Vega 11 holds its ground by showing 3-5 fps more on 1080p Lowest Settings compared to popular GTX750Ti which has been the first choice for budget builders back in 2015 till 2017. Additionally, GT1030 is trailing behind the AMD’s Integrated Graphics counterpart by 10%.
Most surprising fact was the power draw from the wall where Ryzen 5 APU chip only takes 65W overall. The video creator wrote that GTX750Ti and GT1030 are already obsolete in terms of price and performance. Amazingly, Vega 11 comes together with Ryzen 5 3400G processor in single package that costs $149. Final verdict for budget gamers would be just stop purchasing discrete graphics like GT1030 that costs $80 making it not worth after you pair with quad core budget CPUs such as i3-9100F for $100. Best choice for esports titles are still AMD APUs when budget appears to be so tight to save for fast response monitor or bigger storage. We recommend best budget setup for APU build below:
- Ryzen 5 3400G Quad Core 8 Threads 4.2GHz Boost
- Asrock B450M Steel Legend
- 16GB Kingston Hyper X Fury 3200MHz 8×2
- Crucial P1 500GB PCIe SSD 3D NAND NVME
- EVGA 500BR Bronze 80+ PSU
- DeepCool Mattrexx 55 Case
Total Cost: $485 on Amazon you can get this budget setup to play any game on medium or low settings. Esports titles like DOTA 2, Fortnite, PUBG Lite or Overwatch can run on high settings on 720p resolution.
Source: Tech Benchmarks Hub via YouTube
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