Question Seeking advice on selecting AMD Ryzen 7 CPU

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Hi all,

I'm prepared building a new AMD Ryzen 7 PC with 32G/64G RAM on board.

On searching I found;
AMD Ryzen 7 5700G
and
Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G

both with graphic, not necessary adding a graphic card. Which of of them shall I select, apart from price.

Besides I am also considering AMD CPU without graphic. Apart from adding a graphic card which requires further cost, would the performance of AMD CPU be better than that with graphic ?

Please advise. Thanks in advance

Regards
Stephen L
 
Hi all,

I'm prepared building a new AMD Ryzen 7 PC with 32G/64G RAM on board.

On searching I found;
AMD Ryzen 7 5700G
and
Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G

both with graphic, not necessary adding a graphic card. Which of of them shall I select, apart from price.

Besides I am also considering AMD CPU without graphic. Apart from adding a graphic card which requires further cost, would the performance of AMD CPU be better than that with graphic ?

Please advise. Thanks in advance

Regards
Stephen L
From those two, 5700G for sure. Graphics are at level of GTX 1030 or Rx 560 so not for serious gaming but will do for most everything else.
 

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From those two, 5700G for sure. Graphics are at level of GTX 1030 or Rx 560 so not for serious gaming but will do for most everything else.
Thanks for your advice.

I don't game but need higher speed in performance.

I'm now running AMD Ryzen 5 with graphic and are planning building a new Ryzen 7 PC. I have a Dell 32" 4K display and are interested upgrading it to 8K. At present the price of a Dell 8K 32" display is quite expensive. I'll wait.

For such a reason I'm considering whether to get an AMD Ryzen 7 CPU without graphic. I have a workding MSI GeForce 4K display card on shelf and can use it on the new PC. Later when I purchase a 8K display I'll purchase a new 8K display card.

If the speed performance of a non graphic Ryzen 7 CPU is not better than a Ryzen 7 CPU with graphic. Then I'll select the later with graphic.

That is my intention posting this thread, seeking for advice. Thanks

Regards
 
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I don't game but need higher speed in performance.

I'm now running AMD Ryzen 5 with graphic and are planning building a new Ryzen 7 PC. I have a Dell 32" 4K display and are interested upgrading it to 8K. At present the price of a Dell 8K 32" display is quite expensive. I'll wait.

For such a reason I'm considering whether to get an AMD Ryzen 7 CPU without graphic.
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Why not look into a Ryzen 7 5800X? It might be a bit more expensive than either of those processors but it will provide way more performance than they will. It doesn't have an iGPU, so you'll need a discrete GPU though.

Depending on exactly what your processing tasks are even a 5600X might prove much better than either of the two 'G' processors you're looking at now, and cheaper than the 5800X.

You might also be tempted to wait for the pending launch of the 5800X3D, an upgraded variant. But it's primary purpose is to assist gaming type workloads so may not help much with non-gaming, if any at all. So it's probably not going to be worth it's higher cost for you, when it's known.
 
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Thanks for your advice.

Why not look into a Ryzen 7 5800X? It might be a bit more expensive than either of those processors but it will provide way more performance than they will. It doesn't have an iGPU, so you'll need a discrete GPU though.
Whether it needs a 4K graphic card ?

I have a MSI GeForce GTX 1650 graphic card resting on shelves.

MSI GeForce GTX 1650 Super Gaming X Dual Fan Graphics Card - 4 GB
https://www.memoryc.com/31006-msi-geforce-gtx-1650-super-gaming-x-dual-fan-graphics-card-4-gb.html

If I can use this graphic card then when I purchase a new 8K 32" display I'll purchase a new 8K graphic card. It fits my planning.

Depending on exactly what your processing tasks are even a 5600X might prove much better than either of the two 'G' processors you're looking at now, and cheaper than the 5800X.
Mainly for graphic editing, such enhancing the quality of old photos and video of low resolution.

You might also be tempted to wait for the pending launch of the 5800X3D, an upgraded variant. But it's primary purpose is to assist gaming type workloads so may not help much with non-gaming, if any at all. So it's probably not going to be worth it's higher cost for you, when it's known.
Noted and thanks

Regards
 
Thanks for your advice.
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Whether it needs a 4K graphic card ?
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Either 5800X or 5600X works with any graphic card you have available that will also work in your motherboard. Display resolution itself is actually immaterial since that's entirely depends on the graphics card's capabilities.

They also work just as well with a lowest of low (GT730/RX460) up to top of the top (RX6900XT/RTX3090TI) so you can grow into anything if you have to pick a lower-end GPU that's 4K capable.

For those types of tasks the 5800X will be the best of all. But the 5600X will also do very well if budget is a consideration.
 
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