[SOLVED] APU for video editing

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Which will be the best APU considering that I'll only do video editing at 1080p along with Photoshop and illustrator... I'm not into gaming and won't upgrade to a GPU... Is the 11400 a better choice than the 4650g???
 
What about the 11400 or the 11500... Even though the Integrated graphics aren't that good, it's equivalent to the 5600x on cpu performance and is priced cheaper
My friend is currently using a 5600g (and we just tweaked his ram subtimings and timings) in B450M Steel Legend, and he use it for video editing and coding, it performed real great over his ryzen 5 2600 (it's even out of his expectations).

I do prefer 5600G because it ran cooler, better, and faster compared to the 11400 that my other friend just bought, both using the same cooler (Gammaxx 400S) and the 5600G ran cooler somehow compared to 11400.

The 11th gen intel is better for gaming, but for productivity, i still prefer 5600G since it got Zen 3 Cores + Vega graphics, packed in monolithic chip, making it the best apu for most thing, tuning ram and the performance is pretty good actually in this apu. If you asked me what would i chose for productivity, i would choose 5600G since Zen 3 is a monster in both efficiency and performance compared to Rocket Lake. Also good for tuning ram.
 
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Which will be the best APU considering that I'll only do video editing at 1080p along with Photoshop and illustrator... I'm not into gaming and won't upgrade to a GPU... Is the 11400 a better choice than the 4650g???
5600G is the best bang for the buck APU, atleast in my country they are priced soo MSRP compare to 5600X. I prefer skip the 4650G, the 5600G is better.
 
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5600G is the best bang for the buck APU, atleast in my country they are priced soo MSRP compare to 5600X. I prefer skip the 4650G, the 5600G is better.
What about the 11400 or the 11500... Even though the Integrated graphics aren't that good, it's equivalent to the 5600x on cpu performance and is priced cheaper
 
What about the 11400 or the 11500... Even though the Integrated graphics aren't that good, it's equivalent to the 5600x on cpu performance and is priced cheaper
My friend is currently using a 5600g (and we just tweaked his ram subtimings and timings) in B450M Steel Legend, and he use it for video editing and coding, it performed real great over his ryzen 5 2600 (it's even out of his expectations).

I do prefer 5600G because it ran cooler, better, and faster compared to the 11400 that my other friend just bought, both using the same cooler (Gammaxx 400S) and the 5600G ran cooler somehow compared to 11400.

The 11th gen intel is better for gaming, but for productivity, i still prefer 5600G since it got Zen 3 Cores + Vega graphics, packed in monolithic chip, making it the best apu for most thing, tuning ram and the performance is pretty good actually in this apu. If you asked me what would i chose for productivity, i would choose 5600G since Zen 3 is a monster in both efficiency and performance compared to Rocket Lake. Also good for tuning ram.
 
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Jan 8, 2022
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My friend is currently using a 5600g (and we just tweaked his ram subtimings and timings) in B450M Steel Legend, and he use it for video editing and coding, it performed real great over his ryzen 5 2600 (it's even out of his expectations).

I do prefer 5600G because it ran cooler, better, and faster compared to the 11400 that my other friend just bought, both using the same cooler (Gammaxx 400S) and the 5600G ran cooler somehow compared to 11400.

The 11th gen intel is better for gaming, but for productivity, i still prefer 5600G since it got Zen 3 Cores + Vega graphics, packed in monolithic chip, making it the best apu for most thing, tuning ram and the performance is pretty good actually in this apu. If you asked me what would i chose for productivity, i would choose 5600G since Zen 3 is a monster in both efficiency and performance compared to Rocket Lake. Also good for tuning ram.
Fair enough... The 5600g is almost 90-100usd more expensive than the 11400... But again, do the vega graphics make that much of a difference.. I'm sure that vega graphics are one of the best igpu for gaming but I'm not too sure if igpu are even that essential for video editing and productivity
 
Fair enough... The 5600g is almost 90-100usd more expensive than the 11400... But again, do the vega graphics make that much of a difference.. I'm sure that vega graphics are one of the best igpu for gaming but I'm not too sure if igpu are even that essential for video editing and productivity
At least for most of the aspects, it did really well as per what i compare to my friends 11400 and 5600g (2 different persons). 5600G have the upper hands on the cpu architecture, the extra benefit of monolithic (all in 1 die/chip only) chip, stronger gpu (below rx 460 as per what my friend said, he used to own one, paired with 5600g for comparissions), and stronger IMC. Here is the timing and results he could achieve with 2 different rams, 2 different speeds, 1 ram is avexir core 2666mhz bought at skylake era (2014 ish) using Hynix CJR, and 1 is klevv bolt x 3200mhz (base speed 2133mhz, idk which Hynix chip it uses, might be a DJR):
 
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At least for most of the aspects, it did really well as per what i compare to my friends 11400 and 5600g (2 different persons). 5600G have the upper hands on the cpu architecture, the extra benefit of monolithic (all in 1 die/chip only) chip, stronger gpu (below rx 460 as per what my friend said, he used to own one, paired with 5600g for comparissions), and stronger IMC. Here is the timing and results he could achieve with 2 different rams, 2 different speeds, 1 ram is avexir core 2666mhz bought at skylake era (2014 ish) using Hynix CJR, and 1 is klevv bolt x 3200mhz (base speed 2133mhz, idk which Hynix chip it uses, might be a DJR):
Thanks for taking out your time... I think I'll go for the 5600g now
 
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