Question is it worth it to buy ryzen 3 3200g

KRizzYT

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I want to buy ryzen 3 3200g for my first ever build up, amd has launched the 4000g series and its not quite available so what do you think?
 

4745454b

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Budget? Location?

The 3200G isn't horrible. For a basic gaming system it's a good deal. You can always spend forever waiting for the next greatest thing. Or you can buy something now and start enjoying. Up to you.
 

4745454b

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You can always spend forever waiting for the next greatest thing. Or you can buy something now and start enjoying. Up to you.
It's not really something I/we can decide for you. More so if you are going to refuse to tell us your budget or location. You can always play the waiting game. Or you can step up and start playing.
 

mdd1963

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The 2200G. 2400G, 3200G, and 3400G all give, at best, GT1030-rivaling performance, which is to say, entry level gaming at 720P in most newer games, and, even then, often at medium or lower settings...

If you intend to game, I'd simply accept you need some sort of GPU in the GTX1060/GTX1650 or RX560 class or better, and, choose a better CPU (r7-2700 or R5-3600) that will not limit your FPS as much, as the quad core CPUs are increasingly struggling at newer games.

If not really planning on gaming much at all, the 3400G does indeed eliminate the need to by a discrete GPU.
 
I built some "work-from-home" and "school-from-home" systems earlier this year that used the 3200G. It's quite a fast chip for office use, and you can also play many casual and older game titles on it as well. I generally paired it up with very cheap GEIL 2x8GB DDR4-3000 (all of them turned out to be Samsung B die), B450 or A320 mobos, and Silicon Power A60 or A80 NVMe SSDs. Since no graphics card, PSU was almost always some low power unit included with the SFF case. $300ish in parts and I would usually sell them for $450ish. Everyone loved them. My favorite processor this year though was the Ryzen 1600AF from Amazon and Walmart. Built some nice gaming rigs and workstations with that one. I had one that could overclock to higher frequency than my Ryzen 3600.
 

KRizzYT

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Budget? Location?

The 3200G isn't horrible. For a basic gaming system it's a good deal. You can always spend forever waiting for the next greatest thing. Or you can buy something now and start enjoying. Up to you.
It's not really something I/we can decide for you. More so if you are going to refuse to tell us your budget or location. You can always play the waiting game. Or you can step up and start playing.
i want to build pc around 300$ and i lived in indonesia, also 3200g has inflated in price like 40$ increase
 

KRizzYT

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I built some "work-from-home" and "school-from-home" systems earlier this year that used the 3200G. It's quite a fast chip for office use, and you can also play many casual and older game titles on it as well. I generally paired it up with very cheap GEIL 2x8GB DDR4-3000 (all of them turned out to be Samsung B die), B450 or A320 mobos, and Silicon Power A60 or A80 NVMe SSDs. Since no graphics card, PSU was almost always some low power unit included with the SFF case. $300ish in parts and I would usually sell them for $450ish. Everyone loved them. My favorite processor this year though was the Ryzen 1600AF from Amazon and Walmart. Built some nice gaming rigs and workstations with that one. I had one that could overclock to higher frequency than my Ryzen 3600.
can you rate my build? my build is :
Ryzen 3200g
Patriot Signature line ddr4 2x4GB
SSD TeamGroup GX2 256GB
MSI A320M-A PRO MAX
And good case available in my country
 

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