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AMD Ryzen 3 2200G and Ryzen 5 2400G Review

By: Steven Bassiri | AMD CPUs in CPUs, Chipsets & SoCs | Posted: 1 week, 4 days ago
TweakTown Rating: 94%Manufacturer: AMD

Out of the Box Performance: CINEBENCH, wPrime, and AIDA64

 

CINEBENCH R11.5

 

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CINEBENCH R15

 

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wPrime

 

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AIDA64 FP and IOPS

 

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AIDA64 Memory Bandiwdth

 

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AIDA64 Memory Latency

 

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The 2400G is a beast and makes the Ryzen 5 1400 basically obsolete, and the 2200G competes well with the 1300X. Overall, we were quite impressed with the single CCX versus the two CCX system in the Ryzen 1000-series CPUs. With a single CCX, the latency from inter-CCX communication is removed and we get better performance. While the Ryzen 1000-series CPUs do have more L3 cache (even more so in the 1500X), the new 2000-series CPUs are keeping up with the single CCX. Precision Boost 2 seems to be doing a solid job here. Memory latency on the 2200G is a bit high, but we used AIDA64, which says it isn't yet optimized for these new APUs. If you are wondering about the 6770HQ's memory speeds and why they are so insane, the reason is that the core also has access to the same eDRAM as the Iris Pro graphics.

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