[SOLVED] My Ryzen 5 2400G integrated graphics aren't performing like ones in YouTube videos, what's causing this?

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Does that include traffic? Because that isn't bad at all, closest Microcenter to me is 90 mins away and that's if I don't hit traffic.
45 on a good day with light traffic. Microcenter would be a solid 2-2 and a half-hour drive.
I guess 45 isnt horrible its just hard to motivate to get there
 
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https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18497411 Test 1 - Default everything
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18497633 Test 2 - RAM overclocked to 2800MHz | CPU-Z: View: https://imgur.com/a/lwf0QvV

https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18497814 Test 3 - RAM overclocked to 2933MHz | CPU-Z: View: https://imgur.com/a/eJDVRvo

https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18497953 Test 4 - RAM oc to 2933MHz CPU oc to 3.8GHz | CPU-Z: View: https://imgur.com/a/9KjewMt

https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18498119 Test 5 - RAM oc to 2933MHz CPU oc to 3.9GHz (I realized those cpu-z pictures aren't helpful sorry!)
- CPU Core Voltage: 1.464V
- CPU temp 41-45C
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18498268 Test 6 - RAM oc to 3133MHz CPU oc to 3.9 GHz
- CPU Core Voltage: 1.464V
- CPU temp 45-48C
*note: weird slow motion effect when moving programs around on computer, I think it is too overclocked.
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18498436 Test 7 - RAM oc to 3000MHz CPU oc to 3.9 GHz
- CPU Core Voltage: 1.464V
- CPU temp 40-44C
*slo-mo thingy gone now
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18498577 Test 8 - Ram oc to 3000MHz (im gonna stop updating it now) CPU 4GHz
- CPU 1.464V
- CPU temp 41-45C
*at this point i'm done tinkering in the bios, going to mess in Ryzen Master
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18498968 Test 8 - cpu at 4ghz ram at 3000mhz APU GFX clock at 1500MHz APU GFX voltage at 1.2V
- default was 400 apu gfx and 1.1v
- CPU 1.464v
- cpu temp 43-46C
Tried 1700MHz APU GFX clock but got blue screen'd

Sorry I know it's a lot of data and thank god for SSDs because the amount of reboots I would be dead by now.
 
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https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18497411 Test 1 - Default everything
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18497633 Test 2 - RAM overclocked to 2800MHz | CPU-Z: View: https://imgur.com/a/lwf0QvV

https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18497814 Test 3 - RAM overclocked to 2933MHz | CPU-Z: View: https://imgur.com/a/eJDVRvo

https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18497953 Test 4 - RAM oc to 2933MHz CPU oc to 3.8GHz | CPU-Z: View: https://imgur.com/a/9KjewMt

https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18498119 Test 5 - RAM oc to 2933MHz CPU oc to 3.9GHz (I realized those cpu-z pictures aren't helpful sorry!)
- CPU Core Voltage: 1.464V
- CPU temp 41-45C
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18498268 Test 6 - RAM oc to 3133MHz CPU oc to 3.9 GHz
- CPU Core Voltage: 1.464V
- CPU temp 45-48C
*note: weird slow motion effect when moving programs around on computer, I think it is too overclocked.
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18498436 Test 7 - RAM oc to 3000MHz CPU oc to 3.9 GHz
- CPU Core Voltage: 1.464V
- CPU temp 40-44C
*slo-mo thingy gone now
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18498577 Test 8 - Ram oc to 3000MHz (im gonna stop updating it now) CPU 4GHz
- CPU 1.464V
- CPU temp 41-45C
*at this point i'm done tinkering in the bios, going to mess in Ryzen Master
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/18498968 Test 8 - cpu at 4ghz ram at 3000mhz APU GFX clock at 1500MHz APU GFX voltage at 1.2V
- default was 400 apu gfx and 1.1v
- CPU 1.464v
- cpu temp 43-46C
Tried 1700MHz APU GFX clock but got blue screen'd

Sorry I know it's a lot of data and thank god for SSDs because the amount of reboots I would be dead by now.
anyways if anyone has any suggestions or recommendations I would be happy to hear them, sorry this threads gone all over the place.
 
Yeah it's pretty brutal. I'm west LA so if I even have to go near the freeway then it has to be worth it. Good luck going to OC that's one of the worst commutes I've ever seen.
Well, I live on the opposite coast, and I don't plan to do much driving when I get to OC, lol. I've been on the 405 a couple of times, and that was more than enough! ("It's 2:15pm on a Tuesday, WHY THE HELL IS THERE GRIDLOCK?? WHY AREN'T YOU PEOPLE AT WORK RIGHT NOW???")


That said, the MicroCenter near me is about 45 or so minutes from me. I haven't gone there often, but it was well worth it for the couple of times I've needed to get something. I was surprised that a brick-and-mortar was actually a little more competitive than some online stores for what I was looking for at those times.

See my sig: that Acer monitor, and the Athlon 200GE, even after tolls and gas, were both better priced than I could get online.

A friend of mine just picked up a 2600X/AsRock B450 Fata1ity ATX combo from MicroCenter for notably less than it could be bought anywhere else.

I'm not all that familiar with Fry's, though I was at the one in Industry, CA, several years ago, so can't say how good they are, though I do remember in the past being jealous that they weren't present in the eastern US.
 
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Are you using the stock CPU cooler?

The memory @3000mhz looks good, I'd keep it there. Also the CPU at 4ghz should be fine but that voltage seems a bit high. Looks like now the only thing to tweak is the iGPU.
Is there a less is more kind of thing with that or should I just be pushing it to the limit?
 
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Well, I live on the opposite coast, and I don't plan to do much driving when I get to OC, lol. I've been on the 405 a couple of times, and that was more than enough! ("It's 2:15pm on a Tuesday, WHY THE HELL IS THERE GRIDLOCK?? WHY AREN'T YOU PEOPLE AT WORK RIGHT NOW???")


That said, the MicroCenter near me is about 45 or so minutes from me. I haven't gone there often, but it was well worth it for the couple of times I've needed to get something. I was surprised that a brick-and-mortar was actually a little more competitive than some online stores for what I was looking for at those times.

See my sig: that Acer monitor, and the Athlon 200GE, even after tolls and gas, were both better priced than I could get online.

A friend of mine just picked up a 2600X/AsRock B450 Fata1ity ATX combo from MicroCenter for notably less than it could be bought anywhere else.

I'm not all that familiar with Fry's, though I was at the one in Industry, CA, several years ago, so can't say how good they are, though I do remember in the past being jealous that they weren't present in the eastern US.
Maybe it is worth checking a microcenter out after all, I had never really heard of them before. I feel like it’s pretty rare to see a store beat out online prices.
 

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Is there a less is more kind of thing with that or should I just be pushing it to the limit?
I've read you don't want to exceed 1.4V on the stock cooler, 1.45V on aftermarket air & 1.5V on liquid cooling. This isn't information from AMD but from reviews I've read so I don't know if its 100% exact but from the stock voltages and overclocking seems like good advice. Your temps are good though.
 
Microcenter might be a harder drive for you, being in Tustin.

That said, while I know very little about Fry's. the MicroCenter site, while a little clunky, lets you set up an account, and you can order parts to be held for you until you can pick them up - but you have to pick them up within 3 days, and you pay on pick-up.

Still, doing a quick check on Google Maps, MicroCenter is just over an hour from West Los Angeles (as of 11:30AM Pacific time today), whereas Fry's is 40-50 minutes. No idea how bad it gets later in the day.
 
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I've read you don't want to exceed 1.4V on the stock cooler, 1.45V on aftermarket air & 1.5V on liquid cooling. This isn't information from AMD but from reviews I've read so I don't know if its 100% exact but from the stock voltages and overclocking seems like good advice. Your temps are good though.
Ok, it’s on auto right now so I’ll manually bring it down in the bios once I get home to 1.4V, thanks!
 
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Microcenter might be a harder drive for you, being in Tustin.

That said, while I know very little about Fry's. the MicroCenter site, while a little clunky, lets you set up an account, and you can order parts to be held for you until you can pick them up - but you have to pick them up within 3 days, and you pay on pick-up.

Still, doing a quick check on Google Maps, MicroCenter is just over an hour from West Los Angeles (as of 11:30AM Pacific time today), whereas Fry's is 40-50 minutes. No idea how bad it gets later in the day.
Which microcenter location did you look at?
 

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