On July 7th AMD Launched the new AMD Ryzen 3 3200G For Budget Gamers and 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 Ryzen 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 by the value though: AMD can still charge $99 for the APU.
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 against far weaker 7th-gen Intel CPUs becauseIntel’s newer 8th-gen chips would only work on motherboards costing $120 or more.
While a 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 six-core Core i5-9400.
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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.
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 nearest competitors. All CPU types participate.