AMD Ryzen 5 2400G and Ryzen 3 2200G Core Frequency Scaling: An Analysisby Gavin Bonshor on June 20, 2018 10:05 AM EST
Integrated Graphics Performance
As stated on the first page, here we take both APUs from 3.5 GHz to 4.0 GHz in 100 MHz increments and run our testing suite at each stage. This is a 14.3% increase in clock speed, however when it comes to gaming it can be unpredictable where those gains are going to come from.
Increasing the core frequency does little for the average frame rates on Thief for integrated graphics, however the 99th percentiles clearly increase for both processors. They do not increase linearly so much, making the overall result hard to predict.
Shadow of Mordor
With the Ryzen 3 2200G, we see a clear gain in frame rates as the frequency is increased, around +7.6%, and similarly in the 99th percentile numbers. The 2400G isn't affected in the same way.
Released in the same year as the title suggests, F1 2017 is the ninth variant of the franchise to be published and developed by Codemasters. The game is based around the F1 2017 season and has been and licensed by the sports official governing body, the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA). F1 2017 features all twenty racing circuits, all twenty drivers across ten teams and allows F1 fans to immerse themselves into the world of Formula One with a rather comprehensive world championship season mode.
The Codemasters EGO engine has historically been an engine that has benefited from an increase in anything: CPU, memory, graphics, the lot. F1 2017 is using EGO 4.0, which seems to have removed some of the CPU bottleneck, as we're getting no difference in our integrated gaming results.