A while back we used AMD Ryzen 5 3400G to make a build, their ZEN+ APU with Vega 11 graphics. So it’s not a 7nm part but it should perform well given the 4.2GHz boost and 4 cores / 8 threads. It comes included with the wraith spire box cooler, which is rated for 65W – and whisper quiet. so here’s the
The components we’re using are fairly modest as this is meant to be a media center / retro gaming build. This case actually supports ATX Motherboards too.
|Build System List||Components Used|
|Processor||AMD Ryzen 3400G|
|GPU||Integrated Vega 11|
|Storage||240GB M.2 NVME SSD|
|PSU||PS Tech 500W Power Supply|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte B450M Motherboard|
|RAM||Crucial Ballistix 8GB 3200MHz RAM|
|Case||RGB Gaming Casing with 4 Coolers|
I won’t go into details on how to build a PC, there are tons of guides online. A few notes, the m.2 goes in the back of this motherboard, which helps keep it nice and clean looking. The modular PSU means there are only two power connectors going into the motherboard, keeping it clean. Once you take the panels off the Core V1, it’s super easy to work with, with access from all sides. Not the prettiest cable management work in the end, but it looks fine. The case comes with a giant 200mm fan on the front which runs quiet (slow) by default.
AAA Gaming performance of Ryzen 5 3400G Nepal?
The Outer Worlds ran at a whopping 25 FPS at 720p with 80% resolution scaling! It looked pretty bad, but hey, it’s playable. 3400g Nepal gaming pc.
The 3400G struggles with more demanding games, which is to be expected for integrated graphics. For these Stadia will be the best option, assuming it’s any good – and if it’s available in your region! Suffice it to say the 3400G is best left to eSports titles or older AAAs.
The 3400G is a solid performer for light gaming at low resolutions, but don’t expect good gaming performance at anything higher than 900p. We suspect using dual-channel faster memory would have helped a lot, but the 2333 kit we had might actually be a more realistic representation for this sort of budget. Go for a 3000 kit if you can. For games like Valfaris, Civ, Emulators, and even Fortnite, the 3400G is a great choice for those on a tight budget and offers a decent upgrade path to add in a discrete GPU in the future.