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AMD - Ryzen 5 2400G 3.6 GHz Quad-Core Processor

( 4.9 Average / 27 Ratings )




Part #


Data Width




Operating Frequency

3.6 GHz

Turbo Frequency

3.9 GHz



L1 Cache

4 x 64 kB Instruction
4 x 32 kB Data

L2 Cache

4 x 512 kB

L3 Cache

1 x 4 MB


14 nm

Thermal Design Power

65 W

Includes CPU Cooler


Simultaneous Multithreading


Integrated Graphics

Radeon Vega 11

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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


lesmurf143 24 points 8 months ago

The APU works really well especially when you have good dual-channel RAM. I tried playing with while I was on a puny 1x8GB 2400MHz and I was getting FPS drops allover the place.

I came from an i5-7500 (ikr the 7500 probably had better IPC). Basically this was a sidegrade. TL;DR:

  • I had an i5-7500 paired with my RX580.
  • Bricked my RX580 (BIOS stuff), sent for RMA
  • Distributor did not give ETA on replacement, however local community have been spreading rumors that some replacements take as long as 6 months what with the shortage and all.
  • Decided to shift to the 2400G for the time being. Sold my i5-7500.
  • A week after I got the 2400G, RX580 RMA replacement arrived. -__-
liquid3100 15 points 8 months ago
from completed build The Mastodon

Great APU for the price. Plays all of my games with the FPS I expect out of AMD's newest APU. It also allows me to upgrade to a dedicated GPU in the future once prices come down from the 7th Ring of Hell they currently reside at.

Shademob 48 points 8 months ago

Amazing. Overclocked to 4.1ghz Cpu and 1640mhz Gfx with $40-50 aio. Added rx 570 already and the 4.1 holds stable and crushes games without hitting 100% load

Howling_Wolf 16 points 8 months ago
from completed build Aduthan

A really good CPU with amazing graphics, having only using mobile Intel CPUs with iGPUs this is an amazing upgrade for me, though I may later get a gpu as I wont require to sell one :D

xintegratorx 16 points 8 months ago
from completed build GUILTY-GLOW

So happy this came out. It has been great.

TitaniumFirefly 41 points 7 months ago

Excellent Speed and capability for the price!

Law3 8 points 7 months ago
from completed build Angel Fire

I really like AMd's APU's and the 2400g was a simple choice, some say that a 2200g is fine, but I know the 2400g will last me that little longer when I eventually upgrade to a 1060 6gb GPU. AM4 sockets gives me further future proofing but for me the 2400 is certainly a good start

LollyPC 22 points 6 months ago
from completed build My First PC Build

The CPU is excellent and worked out of the box with the motherboard.

thechakma 18 points 6 months ago
from completed build RYZEN 5 2400G BUILD ($550)

Great CPU, pretty damn easy to configure, gets the job done for what I need. Rather than boosting the CPU proportion of the chip, I used all the resources on the Graphics

wallyTHEgecko 12 points 5 months ago
from completed build 2-phase ascension

Great APU for the money. It will get me by for now and should be plenty strong enough to not bottleneck the system if/when I install a dedicated GPU.

It manages to play DOOM (2016) at 2560x1080 with low quality presets at a very console-like 30-45fps. It definitely won't impress anybody in the PCMR and will be unplayable to anyone already accustomed to 100+fps and ultra graphics, but for console plebs, it gives a very similar experience.

NOTE: AMD's Radeon Vega 11 graphics drivers DO NOT like old/cheap displays. Even though this isn't particularly powerful, low end displays caused loads of problems and it was a nightmare to troubleshoot.