Is it possible to use AMD RYZEN 5 2600 without Dedicated Graphics card but with Motherboard Integrated Graphics?
No. There are no socket AM4 motherboards with integrated graphics. The VGA/DVI/HDMI ports on AM4 motherboards are for use with an APU such as Ryzen 5 2400G, which contains a graphics processor.
Thanks for your help.Can you suggest me the minimum Dedicated Graphics Card that is required to use with AMD RYZEN 5 2600?
When considering specifications for a computer build, begin with the intended purposes of that computer system. This will help a builder decide what the minimum specification should be for each system component.
For the graphics component:
If the computer will have low graphics requirements such as web browsing and office applications, then any compatible graphics card should suffice. Consider re-using an older card; or if buying new, something like a Radeon RX 550.
However, if the computer will be used for several years for high-end gaming on a large monitor with high resolution, then a recent model high-end graphics card is advisable, such as a Radeon RX 590 or Radeon RX Vega.
There is a lot of discussion about having a computer that is not 'bottlenecked', meaning that the specifications of CPU and GPU are balanced in such a way that neither processor is waiting on the other to do work. Although this should be considered second to the intended purpose of the computer, this is a sensible concern, as the proper balance leads to maximization of efficiency and performance per cost. This is a more extended topic that requires more specifics about which applications will be used, and examining benchmarks for those applications with the hardware under consideration.
Neon really thats all you can say if you game buy rx 590 if not buy rx 550 in some places rx 550 is still 150 $ new i understand that this is AMD system and it is better to pair it with AMD grapchics card but it's not the end of the world i would say if you never gonna game on your rig dont spend more than 20 bucks on grapchics card that could be achieved with gt 610 or gt 710 those low end cards are for simple use only and are very cheap and very power friendly also what about light gaming not with max settings and maybe you have smaller monitor like 900p then i would say you dont need anything more than gtx 1060 6G you could even try 1050ti 4G if you go with that be prepaired change it after 2 years and dont buy it new it's still to expensive RX 590 is only for gaming on max settings you can even play older games like gta 5 on 4K well kind of you will achieve 40 FPS so yeah get a grip what you really want because there is really a lot of options and it's very easy to overspend of course cool expensive rig with watercooling is amazing but if you turn it on only once a week what's the point.
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