In today’s article, I am going to review AMD Ryzen 3 2200G. I’m going to review its Cinebench R23 (Single-Core) and (Multi-core), Geekbench 5 (Single-Core) and (Multi-Core), Performance, Power Consumption, Integrated GPU, Ram support, and gaming experience.
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AMD Ryzen 3 2200G:
AMD Ryzen 3 2200G is one of the fastest processors from AMD. This processor has some amazing features and specs. What makes this processor so powerful is its cache memories and its speeds. This processor has the same specs as the Intel 6th Gen processors, but you can also overclock this processor. Also, this processor has a little slower performance compared to the Intel 6th Gen processors. This processor can be seen in older Desktops on which I will make the complete article.
|Cinebench R23 (Single-Core)||933|
|Cinebench R23 (Multi-Core)||3562|
For decent Gaming-Performance, you should make sure you are above 1000 Cinebench R23 Single-Core Points, and this processor just smashed the other processors in the new record-breaking scores of Cinebench R23 Single-Core 933. In 3D rendering the higher the Multi-Core Score. The better the performance you will see. Anything above 20k+ Multi-Core Points will boost the performance and will render complex scenes in less time. And this processor scores 3562. This will also help in gaming. As most of you will know that the more the single cores scores are the faster will it open and close the applications. The multicore will also help in rendering and gaming. This processor has a speed of a whopping 3.7GHz and can be overclocked further with precautions. This processor’s scores are a little low from the latest Intel 6th Gen processors.
|Geekbench 5 (Single-Core)||901|
|Geekbench 5 (Multi-Core)||2793|
Geekbench 5 Tests the system’s potential for gaming, image processing, and video editing with the Compute Benchmark. This also tests your GPU’s power with support for the CUDA, OpenCL, and Metal APIs. This processor scored the best in the Geekbench 5. This processor also beats some of the latest and most powerful processors. The single-core scores are 901, and the multi-core scores are 2793. As you guys know. The higher the Geekbench 5 score the higher performance of the processor. Geekbench 5 score that is twice as high will mean the processor is twice as powerful. Ranking of single-core processors by Geekbench 5 score performance worldwide 2022. This processor is a little slower than the Intel 6th Gen processors.
|Released||February 12, 2018|
|Integrated GPU||Radeon Vega 8|
AMD Ryzen 3 2200G is a Desktop processor produced by AMD. This processor supports the socket AM4 which is most the important fact of the new AMD Ryzen processors. This processor has 4 cores and 4 threads. The base clock frequency of the AMD Ryzen 3 2200G is 3.5GHz, but with the new Turbo Boost technology, it can go up to 3.7GHz. The size of the L3 cache is a whopping 4MB. The instruction set architecture is based on x64 and can support x86. As the x64 will make more bandwidth then this x64 will be the best choice. This processor is based on Zen 1 architecture which is 25% faster and more efficient than the older architecture of AMD. The Code name of this processor is Raven Ridge. This chip also has Radeon Vega 8 integrated graphics. This processor was launched back on February 12, 2018.
|Base Frequency||3.5 GHz|
|Turbo Boost Frequency||3.7 GHz|
|Bus frequency||100 MHz|
|L1 Cache||128K (per core)|
|L2 Cache||512K (per core)|
|L3 Cache||4MB (shared)|
This processor has 4 cores and 4 threads with a base clock of 3.5GHz and, a boost clock of 3.7GHz. The bus frequency is 100MHz. which will help PCI lanes in terms of performance. This processor is also unlocked with a multiplier of 35x. This will help in overclocking this processor with the right amount of power consumption. This processor has the fastest L1, L2, and L3 cache memories. The L1 cache memory is 64K per core which means 4 cores have their own L1 cache memories. The L2 cache memory is also 512KB per core on 4 cores. The L3 cache memory is also 4MB which is also shared with the system. If you are looking for the best value processor, then this AMD Ryzen 3 2200G is the best choice. In terms of gaming, this processor performs very great with good compatibility with the Nvidia GPU and with the AMD GPU. In terms of video editing and graphics rendering this processor also shows the best performance. Because of its base clock of 3.5GHz and the boost clock of 3.7GHz. This processor can be more powerful if you chose the right motherboard for it. Because this processor can be overclocked. But I would say no to overclocking because 3.7GHz is enough for today’s gaming and editing. This processor is one of the fastest CPUs on this planet right now. It’s cheap and fast which is good for gamers.
|Fabrication process||14 nm|
There are more than 4.9 billion transistors. This processor is based on 14Nm process fabrication. The TDP shows 65W of power consumption. This processor can also be overclocked. So, you can increase the voltage in the motherboard interface if the motherboard supports the unlocked processors. The most amazing fact about this processor is that the max temperature support of this processor is 95C which is awesome. You can play games as long as you want and this will not affect the speeds or any thermal throttling issues if you have a good CPU cooler or water cooler. Sometimes when this processor takes a bunch of loaded applications then the processor increases the speeds of each core to the needs. This increases power consumption, thus making the CPU hotter. And is known for overheating so this will help in the state of the CPU performance and make it cooler.
|Integrated Graphics||Radeon Vega 8|
|GPU Base Clock||300 MHz|
|GPU Boost Clock||1100 MHz|
|Max. Resolution||3840×2160 – 60 Hz|
Unlike the AMD Ryzen and intel F series processors, this processor also has integrated Graphics. AMD AMD Ryzen 3 2200G has 512 shading units with a base clock of 300MHz and a boost clock of 1100MHz. The speeds are faster than some of the latest iGPU from Intel 9th Gen processors. There are also 32 TMUs and 8 ROPs which will help in a performance increase. There are also 8 Execution units. The TGP shows only 15W of power consumption. What basically TMUs are, are texture mapping unit components in modern graphics processing units. It helps in rotating, resizing, etc. ROPs or (Raster operation pipelines) are the rendering output unit. This processor also has a powerful enough GPU that you can play some games on it like Call Of Duty Modern warfare 1, 2, 3, etc. the boost clock will help to stabilize the FPS in games. The iGPU is remain the same as all the Ryzen 2000 series.
|Memory Size||64 GB|
|Max. Memory Channels||2|
|Max. Memory Bandwidth||43.71 GB/s|
AMD Ryzen 3 2200G can support the DDR4 with a memory frequency of 2933MHz. The max memory support of this AMD Ryzen 3 2200G is 64GB of ram. The max memory channel support is 2 channels of Ram. The max memory bandwidth is above 43.71 GB/s which is incredibly fast. There is ECC support on this AMD Ryzen 3 2200G.
This processor is a good option for gamers. Considering its capabilities, it performs well in almost any situation like editing, gaming, rendering, streaming, etc. There are more alternatives to this processor like core i7 5TH Gen and other AMD CPUs. In this processor, you got 4 cores, 4 threads, and a boost clock of 3.7GHz. This will play every game at high FPS with a good combination of Graphics card and Ram. You will see no issues in the performance unless there is a bottleneck. So, to avoid that, I will make complete another article on the best compatible Ram, storage, and GPU for this processor. Just let me know in the comment.
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