AMD’s latest Ryzen APUs, a.k.a. Accelerated Processing Units, come with surprisingly powerful graphics – especially the AMD Ryzen 5 2400G. But, how well do these chips handle the latest games?
WccfTech has given us a good idea, having just benchmarked the processor using the latest beta test of the upcoming Battlefield 5 first-person shooter (FPS), and the results are pretty stunning.
Running the game at 1080p resolution and medium graphics detail, the processor is able to produce a surprisingly consistent 30 frames per second (fps) in live gameplay. That’s the generally minimal acceptable frame rate for video games these days.
In the video, WccfTech then brings down the resolution scale to 75%, and the chip immediately sees gains of around 15 fps for a total of 45 fps on average.