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Old 13-02-2018, 07:18 PM   #16
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4c8t though

i could definitely use it for things
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Old 13-02-2018, 07:59 PM   #17
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It's actually considerably warmer than the older generation ryzen counterpart. Cause it is using normal tim than soldered tim. But its not those alarmingly high temps considering the lower tdp which was reported to be 45w to 65w range.
Looking at the temps, this APU runs like a GPU haha. 85 degrees on load.
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Old 13-02-2018, 08:10 PM   #18
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Actually with the 2400G, is that the full chip? Or are they still disabling some parts that screwed up?
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Can this be used together with Nvidia for Deep Learnjng.

Would like to shift the display to APU and use Nvidia for Tensorflow only
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Old 13-02-2018, 11:27 PM   #20
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It's actually considerably warmer than the older generation ryzen counterpart. Cause it is using normal tim than soldered tim. But its not those alarmingly high temps considering the lower tdp which was reported to be 45w to 65w range.
Higher temps than Ryzen chips are expected since its got some pretty decent iGPU on it, along with highly clocked CPU.
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Old 13-02-2018, 11:32 PM   #21
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Itís really only better than 1030 as far as discrete gpu goes. You still canít hardly game on it. Gamers will still get the powerful discrete gpus. For business they donít even care about graphics performance. The market is probably casual living room gamers and used mostly for casual gaming box? The target market for this is chip is kind of narrow.

Can this be used together with Nvidia for Deep Learnjng.

Would like to shift the display to APU and use Nvidia for Tensorflow only
Probably no problem, especially if the nvidia gpu is not even outputting anything. But AMD has crappy support for Linux.
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Old 14-02-2018, 01:19 AM   #22
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2400G being put thru its paces



Benchmark on CS:GO at 1080p using FPS Benchmark


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It's good enough for Overwatch at 1080p - this may make a great budget LAN shop APU or a stopgap for gamers on a budget.
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Itís really only better than 1030 as far as discrete gpu goes. You still canít hardly game on it. Gamers will still get the powerful discrete gpus. For business they donít even care about graphics performance. The market is probably casual living room gamers and used mostly for casual gaming box? The target market for this is chip is kind of narrow.



Probably no problem, especially if the nvidia gpu is not even outputting anything. But AMD has crappy support for Linux.
But it can be put in crap boxes that the vendor claims has radeon graphics and can game etc even though that may not entirely be the case. More for marketing
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Where to buy this processor? SLS selling already?
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But it can be put in crap boxes that the vendor claims has radeon graphics and can game etc even though that may not entirely be the case. More for marketing
Actually that would be much better than the opposition we get on this forum. On this forum, we practically hear that we need to have at least a 4 core CPU and 16GB for websurfing and watching movies. Or we need a GF1070 to play DOTA2.

It makes better sense to start with a integrated graphic system to see if you actually need a dedicated one. And then add one in. Especially in this day and time of $1000 GPUs.
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Old 14-02-2018, 04:49 PM   #28
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Where to buy this processor? SLS selling already?
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Actually that would be much better than the opposition we get on this forum. On this forum, we practically hear that we need to have at least a 4 core CPU and 16GB for websurfing and watching movies. Or we need a GF1070 to play DOTA2.

It makes better sense to start with a integrated graphic system to see if you actually need a dedicated one. And then add one in. Especially in this day and time of $1000 GPUs.
Because we like to game on max settings on at least 1080p.
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Because we like to game on max settings on at least 1080p.
Yup when someone discover he just has to have it at max settings 1080p, go on out and add that $1000 GPU to his $1000 crap box with radeon graphics.
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