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Hi,

I am a bit confused about choosing a processor, in my case i have two options Amd Ryzen 3200g or intel i3 9100f these processes are the only two processers which fit inside my budget .i have looked online and find many results and review which both the processors work well with gtx 1650 super.And it also says that "if u have a dedicated GPU don't buy amd Ryzen 3 3200g. " So I am really confused about this and hope u guys will help me .

 

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2 minutes ago, Ashin Sebastian said:

Hi,

I am a bit confused about choosing a processor, in my case i have two options Amd Ryzen 3200g or intel i3 9100f these processes are the only two processers which fit inside my budget .i have looked online and find many results and review which both the processors work well with gtx 1650 super.And it also says that "if u have a dedicated GPU don't buy amd Ryzen 3 3200g. " So I am really confused about this and hope u guys will help me .

 

The 3200G is a Zen+ CPU, so kinda meeh nowadays. If they're both the same overall price, then the Intel system is preferable. The Ryzen 3 3100 has been coming down to a reasonable price though, and is much better than both.


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4 minutes ago, Ashin Sebastian said:

Hi,

I am a bit confused about choosing a processor, in my case i have two options Amd Ryzen 3200g or intel i3 9100f these processes are the only two processers which fit inside my budget .i have looked online and find many results and review which both the processors work well with gtx 1650 super.And it also says that "if u have a dedicated GPU don't buy amd Ryzen 3 3200g. " So I am really confused about this and hope u guys will help me .

 

The Ryzen 3 3200g has integrated graphics so it's a bit of a waste to purchase it over a Ryzen chip without integrated graphics if you're going to add a dedicated GPU. With Intel, well all of their consumer chips have integrated graphics so there's no getting around it. 


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Just now, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

With Intel, well all of their consumer chips have integrated graphics so there's no getting around it. 

@Ashin Sebastian The F-suffix Intel CPU's do not have integrated graphics.


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10 minutes ago, svmlegacy said:

@Ashin Sebastian The F-suffix Intel CPU's do not have integrated graphics.

Such Core i3 SKU exists? That's an interesting chip.


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15 minutes ago, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

Such Core i3 SKU exists? That's an interesting chip.

Not only I3. I5 I7 and even some I9 chips


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