Question Ryzen 3 2200g with GT1030 GPU

Sep 20, 2019
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Hello, im planing to buy Ryzen 3 2200g. I saw that CPU got own Integrated graphic but i recently bought my GT1030 DDR5 2GB GPU. So should I buy 2200G and disable it integrated graphic (if possible) and put my own GPU or just simply change to Ryzen 3 1200 (or maybe other CPU)? Btw. im limited with budget and Ryzen 3 1200 is cheaper for like 32 dollars in my country.

Question number 2: Best but not expensive motherboard and RAM for: 1. Ryzen 3 2200g
2. Ryzen 3 1200?

Thanks!
 

clutchc

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The GT 1030 will be about 40-50% faster than the Vega8 graphics built in to the 2200G. You can't and don't need to disable the iGPU. When there is a gfx card in the PCIe x16 slot, the iGPU will remain disabled. Stay with the faster 2200G rather than the slightly slower 1200.

As to the board, do you need or prefer an mATX or an ATX size? Will you ever want to OC the CPU?
 
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The GT 1030 will be about 40-50% faster than the Vega8 graphics built in to the 2200G. You can't and don't need to disable the iGPU. When there is a gfx card in the PCIe x16 slot, the iGPU will remain disabled. Stay with the faster 2200G rather than the slightly slower 1200.

As to the board, do you need or prefer an mATX or an ATX size? Will you ever want to OC the CPU?
The GT 1030 will be about 40-50% faster than the Vega8 graphics built in to the 2200G. You can't and don't need to disable the iGPU. When there is a gfx card in the PCIe x16 slot, the iGPU will remain disabled. Stay with the faster 2200G rather than the slightly slower 1200.

As to the board, do you need or prefer an mATX or an ATX size? Will you ever want to OC the CPU?
Matx will enought for me, probably not gonna OC it, Im just playing few games so I should be fine.
 

clutchc

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As long as you never see yourself wanting to OC, you can use a board with the less expensive A320 chipset. Any of these boards will be a good choice. They all accept M.2 SSD's which is a nice plus.
Now, if you change your mind about OC;ing, you'll want to go with one of the B350 or B450 boards instead. (The X370, X470, and X570 boards are also a option for OC'ing, but more expensive.)
 
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As long as you never see yourself wanting to OC, you can use a board with the less expensive A320 chipset. Any of these boards will be a good choice. They all accept M.2 SSD's which is a nice plus.
Now, if you change your mind about OC;ing, you'll want to go with one of the B350 or B450 boards instead. (The X370, X470, and X570 boards are also a option for OC'ing, but more expensive.)
Ok thanks! I mean, is it even worth to OC? Are there any risks if I do it? Ive never done that.
 

clutchc

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If your graphics card options (finances) limit you to a GT 1030, there's no sense going with more than a quad core (4C/4T). However, if you think you may want to upgrade your gfx card choice, then moving up to a 4C/8T CPU might be another way to go.
 
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If your graphics card options (finances) limit you to a GT 1030, there's no sense going with more than a quad core (4C/4T). However, if you think you may want to upgrade your gfx card choice, then moving up to a 4C/8T CPU might be another way to go.
Agree, I will buy 2200g for now, resell it and buy new one with new GPU after 2-3 years :)
 

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