The Ryzen 7 5700G is part of the 4th generation of Ryzen processors from AMD. The small G at the end indicates that this 8-core chip incorporates a graphics circuit – without great pretensions – which can be practical for computers intended for office tasks.
With fairly decent application performance, the Ryzen 7 5700G is a companion of choice to accompany an office machine. The graphics circuit makes it possible to do without a graphics card in this context, but remains insufficient to really play. The use of a dedicated GPU therefore remains essential for use gamingespecially since, without shining in this area, the CPU part is not demerit there.
- Application performance.
- Power consumption.
- Integrated graphics circuit.
- Still compatible AM4 and 400/500 chipset.
- Performance of the graphics circuit: it is better to opt for a graphics card to play.
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The Intel Core i5-12400F is a homogeneous processor. It delivers decent performance both in the application domain and in video games, at the level of those of the 11th generation Core i7s. Moreover, and unlike the more high-end models in the series, it benefits from an interesting energy efficiency which makes it a CPU that consumes little energy and is easy to cool.