Watch the AMD Ryzen 7 4700G run GTA 5 and Death Stranding on high settings
published 27.07.2020 14:04
So, for someone wanting a semi-budget build to start with, but who also wants the option to simply add a discrete graphics card to turn it into a high-end build, the 4700G might be the perfect choice.
With the 4700G boasting eight cores and 16 threads, and a boost frequency of up to 4.4GHz, and with it being Zen 2 just like the 3700X and and 3800X, it could offer the same processing performance as the two high-end CPUs for the same price – except with the addition of integrated Vega graphics.
Its eight CPU and graphics cores pull off some cracking frame rates on high settings in these modern games, showing just how well AMD has optimised the now slightly ageing Vega architecture for today’s graphics standards.
TechEpiphany has uploaded some performance videos for the flagship ‘Renoir’ APU, the AMD Ryzen 7 4700G.
AMD recently announced its Ryzen 4000-series APUs – value-laden chips that cram Vega graphics cores into the chip to offer the possibility of gaming without a dedicated GPU, potentially saving users a hefty chunk of money on one of the best graphics cards.