Question What is the Pros and cons of IGPU'S Like Vega8 ( Ryzen 3 2200G ) And Vega11 ( Ryzen 5 2400G) comparine with the dedicated gpu's

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Is the vega 8 Equivalent Gt 1030 ?
Is the vega 11 Equivalent Gtx 1050 ?

i put this question for the games and the heavy task's
 

PC Tailor

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In regards to gaming and heavy tasks:

Pro's of integrated GPUs:
  • They don't require much additional power, so no PSU upgrade.
  • You don't have to worry about fitting a GPU into the case.
  • Can usually easily play 1080p films for example.
Con's of integrated GPUs:
  • Significantly worse quality than even most low end dedicated GPUs.
  • Usually cannot play any modern games or applications.
  • Often use your RAM as VRAM.
  • Can't be upgraded.
In other words, if you want to game, you will basically always want a dedicated GPU. Even some of the lowest end and cheapest graphics cards are usually better than most integrated GPUs.

To build on that:
  • the GT1030 is better than the Vega 8. Not tons, but it is better.
  • the GTX1050 is better than the Vega 11. But the Vega 11 is probably fractionally better than the GT1030- but would be considered a side step.
 
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Barty1884

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No, the Vega11 is more in the 1030 ballpark. Very respectable for an iGP, but falls a ways short of a 1050 most of the time.

Ryzen chips really benefit from faster memory.... Doubly true when talking about an APU. Not necessarily a pro or con.

Benefits are going to be in size/form factor, and power requirements more than anything else.

Discrete GPU's main benefits are more raw horsepower and upgradeability.
 

digitalgriffin

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Dedicated GPUs
  1. Have their own RAM which they don't have to share. More RAM = better gaming textures/no memory limitations
  2. Dedicated GPU RAM is faster with a wider bus and tighter timing
  3. Dedicated GPU's don't have to worry about the amount of heat/power the CPU side puts out and vice versa.
APU's (CPU's with GPU's integrated graphics built in)
  1. are a ton cheaper
  2. make assembly easier for the first timer and
  3. can always be upgraded more cheaply later.
That said you can run a lot of games on 2400g with settings turned way down on 1080p and 720p. My kids even play Roblox on a 4K monitor with one. (Yes it's scaled) But I can also run Train simulator at 30fps @1080p. Not too shabby for a an iGPU.

You could start with a 2400g for $99 used and play with it and find out if you like it. If you don't you could sell it for $75 easy and get a powerful Ryzen 2 (3000 series) and dedicated GPU.
 
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