On July 7th AMD Launched the new AMD Ryzen 3 3200G For Budget Gamers RYZEN 3200G is the successor of his previous processor AMD Ryzen 3 2200g.
As you’ll most likely guess by the Ryzen 3000-series stigmatization, the new APUs are the people successors to the Ryzen three 2200G and Ryzen five 2400G components.
Instead, each Ryzen 3000 APUs have literally supported AMD’s prior-gen 12nm cores, aka Zen+, despite their model numbers.
Compared to the previous Ryzen 3 2200G, the newer AMD RYZEN 3 3200G will run about 300MHz faster on the CPU side and about 150MHz faster on the GPU side. Budget gamers are going to be particularly happy with the value though: AMD can still charge $99 for the APU.
AMD Ryzen 3 3200G Benchmark
The integrated Radeon Vega GPU (iGPU) will provide enough graphics power for light gaming, even for many AAA games, but is probably best suited for today’s so-called esports games and older or less demanding titles.
The original Ryzen APUs went up against far weaker 7th-gen Intel CPUs because Intel’s newer 8th-gen chips would only work on motherboards costing $120 or more.
While an AMD Ryzen 3 3200G is probably going to face a back and forth battle with a Core i3-9100 in computing tasks, the quad-core (with SMT) Ryzen 5 3400G will have to duke it out against a six-core Core i5-9400.
Let’s look at the Previous Version
AMD’s Ryzen 3 2200G is a budget APU. It has 4 Zen CPU cores which run at a base clock of 3.5 GHz up to a max boost clock of 3.7 GHz. It also has Radeon Vega 8 graphics.
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Intel’s 15% more expensive quad-core i3-8100 CPU beats the 2200G in terms of single-core workloads by 13%, but the effective speed of Intel’s integrated UHD 630 Graphics falls around 77% short of AMD’s RX Vega 8.
Overall Ryzen 3 3200G performance compared to the nearest competitors. All CPU types participate.