Question New too overclocking

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I recently bought a gaming cpu here are the specs
Op =windows 10
Cpu= AMD RYZEN 5 2400G
RAM=15.0GB DUAL CHANNEL UNKNOWN@299MHZ (16-16-16-39)
MOTHERBOARD IS GIGABIT AB350-GAMING 3-CF (AM4)
GRAPHICS=NO GRphics card just using the 1024 mb ati amd radeon rx vega 11 graphics ( gigabit)
Storage=500gb ssd
No opticals
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My question is i cant tell no major difference from this pc than my standered pc iv overclocked the processor too where it is stable at 3.95 ghz and graphics at 1650 mhz my fps is still in the 46 too 50 range but is there any thing else that i could do im using the ryzen master utility any help would be much appreciated
 

gasaraki

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OK, don't know if this is too late. I should say that the integrated graphics within the 2400G is good for maybe medium details at 1080p resolutions MAX. If you want better frame rates in all games, you'll need a real video card in the computer and not just the video that comes on the CPU.
 

drea.drechsler

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I recently bought a gaming cpu here are the specs
Op =windows 10
Cpu= AMD RYZEN 5 2400G
RAM=15.0GB DUAL CHANNEL UNKNOWN@299MHZ (16-16-16-39)
MOTHERBOARD IS GIGABIT AB350-GAMING 3-CF (AM4)
GRAPHICS=NO GRphics card just using the 1024 mb ati amd radeon rx vega 11 graphics ( gigabit)
Storage=500gb ssd
No opticals
Amd high definition
My question is i cant tell no major difference from this pc than my standered pc iv overclocked the processor too where it is stable at 3.95 ghz and graphics at 1650 mhz my fps is still in the 46 too 50 range but is there any thing else that i could do im using the ryzen master utility any help would be much appreciated
What CPU and discrete graphics card is in your "standard PC"?

For reference, the Vega 11 graphics in the 2400G is roughly equal to a GT 1030 discrete card. You can improve GPU performance only slightly by overclocking but as others have noted, you can put a discrete GPU in this new PC to get much greater performance. Just be sure to go looking for something a good deal faster than a 1030 to make it worth the expense and trouble. A gtx 1060 if possible, but even a GTX 1050ti would be great.
 

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