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GUMM-GUMM-KILLA
Journeyman III

First time builder

Hey I'm looking at getting a Ryzen 7 5700G to go with a 7800xt red devil. Will I have any issues with this build? I want to use It for gaming, streaming, video/music editing and recording.

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FunkZ
Forerunner

The main selling point of the 5700G is that it has integrated graphics. If you plan on using a discrete graphics card like the 7800XT then you don't need an APU, and in fact can get better performance out of an "X" series processor.

For example:
The 5700G is Cezanne core which has reduced L3 cache (16MB) and only PCIE 3.0 support.
The 5700X is Vermeer core which has increased L3 cache (32MB) and has PCIE 4.0 support.

Ryzen R7 5700X | B550 Gaming X | 2x16GB G.Skill 3600 | Radeon RX 7900XT
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bimbom
Adept II

check reviews on encoding video and music with that GPU versus competition. I like my 7900XT but computers are tools and you want to make sure your tool fits your use case.

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