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AMD’s Ryzen 5000 processors with integrated graphics are now available to buy


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In April, AMD announced versions of its Ryzen 5000 desktop CPUs with integrated graphics cards, but it only made them available for prebuilt OEM systems, promising that it would sell the chips to consumers later this year. Well, “later this year” is today, with AMD now offering its Ryzen 5000 G-Series APUs to anyone to buy, not just multimillion-dollar PC manufacturers.

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They're available on the egg, limit one per customer.  Just got the email myself today.  Tempted to do a 5600G mini ITX build now for the TV.

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The IO is better and clocks higher on these. I'd love to see some bench performance comparisons of what can be done with these on good air/water overclocks compared to the non-g to see if raw io speed can make up for less cache.

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