AMD Apus Ryzen 5000-Series raised us when they were announced in April. They brought together the core of the latest Zen 3 processor company with 8 Radeon Vega graphics on one chip. The performance combination will be good for small desktops, especially if you need to handle a little game on the side. However, when they were first announced, AMD said the Ryzen 7 5700G chip and Ryzen 5 5600G would only be available on the system previously built. Today in Computex, AMD officially announced that consumers would be able to buy 5600g and 5700g on August 5, each for $ 259 and $ 359.
It puts 5700g – 8-core chips, 16-threads that feature 4.6GHz – far below the popular 5800x, which applies to around $ 449. While it’s six-core, 12-thread 5600g, is a bit of a game against $ 299 5600x. AMD said 5700g to 63 percent faster than the Intel i7-11700 core which was proportional to video editing with Davinci completed 4K. As for the game, the company claims almost 2.5 times faster in a naughty company while playing at 1080p with high settings.
As usual, we must test this chips to confirm AMD claims. But remembering how well the 4000-series Apus was done, I would not be surprised if the Graphics Radeon continued to spur the Intel integrated hardware. As for why you bought one of these things, they might be a good choice for PC builders who can’t get a strong discrete GPU. Vega 8 graph must make you get some lightweight 1080p games, especially for less demanding titles.