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Budget build cpu 2200G or 2400G

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I was asked a question by a client about the ryzen apus

He's making a budget amd system so he asked for 1080p performance without a dedicated gpu, he intends to upgrade to zen2 and 3000 series gpus when they come out. Should he get a 2200G or 2400G? 

As standby cpu. 

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Hmmm, well Zen 2 is going to release in March or April but I highly doubt Nvidias gonna be releasing new gpus any time soon, so probably the 2400g

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The 2200G is a much better performance to dollar. The 2400G gives you a really small if any performance increase in most games.

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1 minute ago, lmeneses said:

Hmmm, well Zen 2 is going to release in March or April but I highly doubt Nvidias gonna be releasing new gpus any time soon, so probably the 2400g

nvidia isn't. but amd might be

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3 minutes ago, lmeneses said:

I highly doubt Nvidias gonna be releasing new gpus any time soon

 

1 minute ago, LukeSavenije said:

 nvidia isn't. but amd might be

 

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26 minutes ago, Vasllo said:

The 2200G is a much better performance to dollar. The 2400G gives you a really small if any performance increase in most games.

But can the 2200G play game on 1080p med to high? 

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6 minutes ago, Galion said:

But can the 2200G play game on 1080p med to high? 

Depends on the game, look for benchmarks for the games you want. If it doesn't, most likely the 2400G won't either, it has a really small performance increase over the 2200G.

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1 minute ago, Vasllo said:

Depends on the game, look for benchmarks for the games you want. If it doesn't, most likely the 2400G won't either, it has a really small performance increase over the 2200G.

<< Wow epic cat, OK I'll search

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