What would be better for a little gaming?

sthcm

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1. Ryzen 7 4800H,,,,,,, 2x8GB 2666mhz,,,,,,,Radeon RX Vega 7,,,,,,,,Samsung 970 evo+ 500ssd

2. i7-10510U,,,,,,,,GeForce MX250,,,,,,,, 16GB 2666mhz,,,,,,,, intel 660p 512ssd


I know neither will be great but which would be most comfortable at low settings?
 

sthcm

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The better gpu in the Ryzen. I didn't see your choice of RAM until now. I'd use minimum 3200mhz RAM with Ryzen.
I think I'd be stuck with the 2666. Would this tip the scales?

I always assumed the ryzen integrated gpu would be worse than any discrete

thanks for your help
 

sthcm

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There is usually no need to guess or assume about speeds, there should be plenty of benchmarks and speed comparisons of both video cards.
I've found a couple but I'm not sure what ram has been used with the vega rx 7 and whether this was used with the ryzen 7 4800h or something else. It was also very close in each comparison I found. So I posted on here and reddit
 

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Intel's 15w U series processors are a joke. The boost clock is a fictitious number, you'll never get near that when using more than 1 core on a 15w intel cpu. The 1.8ghz base clock is what you want to look at. Even if you compare the Ryzen 4000U to the intel 10th gen U part, the Ryzen will hold much higher multi-core boost clocks.
 

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