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2200G to 3400G or 4000 series APU?

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My current rig is 2200G, a320m, 8gb 3200 x 2.

Want to upgrade to 3400g, or should i wait for 4000 series APU? i wonder if A320 chipset will support 4000 series APU?

I dont game much, mostly watch video and some light games like valorant.

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@MrGuGuZai Wait for 4000 series APUs and do yourself a favor and buy atleast a B450 series mobo. 

Better overclock them APUs to squeeze every last drop of performance which you're paying for man!

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afaik, new zen 2 apu's have a different agesa code from zen 2 apu's, looking it up, it seems like a320 does not support zen 2 apu's sadly, so you're limited to a 3400g as the best apu. 


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I'd wait and upgrade your mobo before your APU. The Zen+ APUs aren't really much of an improvement over Zen. Same Vega graphics. You would see an improvement by going from the Ryzen 3/Vega 8 GPU to Ryzen 5/Vega 11, but you could see much the same improvement by just buying a used 2400G for a lot less than a new 3400G would cost. If the 4000-series enterprise APUs from AMD are any indication, CPU and GPU performance should see a big bump in Zen 2 APUs.


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@MrGuGuZai Exaclty, just like @aisle9 said, you won't notice the difference between zen and zen+.

When I was building my rig, I was also thinking of going with Zen+ 3400G, but after discussing with these members, I was more compelled towards the price drop in 2200G. I overclocked it to 3.9GHz and iGPU to 1650MHz.

Overclock your existing chip ( with a better mobo ) and you'll notice quite a performance improvement!

Good luck!

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