Hiya, thanks for the reply. The problem is i need to spend around £20-40, hes not big on pc games, what about a GT 710? just so he can run graphics?The GTX 1050 2GB is around £120 and it can run 80fps above on medium high settings in games like gta. Hope this helps
Sorry just noticed, its a 1400Hold on here.
You have a Ryzen 5 2400G
That has onboard graphics that are almost on par with a GTX 1050 and can demolish anything that you can get at the price you are willing to pay.
Why are you not using the onboard graphics?
EDIT: I just saw your other thread you have a Ryzen 5 1400 which does not have onboard graphics. Any chance you can return it and swap it for the 2400G or 2200G? Thats your best bet.
thank you for your reply, i will consider itIf you can spring for 40-50 (2nd hand on ebay, say, try ebay.de for more choice), a GTX 750ti has worked well for me for years. It still gets 60+ fps playing something like World of Tanks paired with a G3258 CPU for example (and your Ryzen is much better than this). Handles anything I throw at it as a workstation too.
I'm not (yet, getting closer) an AMD fan, so don't know difference between 1400 and 2400G but would agree with Rogue Leader, return/swap if you can.thank you for your reply, i will consider it
I'm not (yet, getting closer) an AMD fan, so don't know difference between 1400 and 2400G but would agree with Rogue Leader, return/swap if you can.
For a workstation+ these days, integrated graphics rather than a discrete card can work OK. I've an Intel i5 CPU laptop that can play World of Tanks at 30fps minimum settings, just about tolerable.