Benchmark and Review: AMD Radeon RX Vega 7 ( Ryzen 4000/5000 Series)
The AMD Radeon RX Vega 7 Graphics comes integrated with AMD Ryzen 7 4000 series CPUs and Ryzen 5 5000 series CPUs. Launched in January of 2020 the iGPU is based on Vega architecture comes with 7 CUs clocked at 1.6 GHz.
The Vega 7 graphics have a performance just slightly below Vega 8 graphics and is capable of gaming at medium setting with decent frame rates.
The performance of the Vega 7 Graphics depends on a number of factors such as the configured TDP (12-25 Watts), Clock Speed, Cooling Solution, and RAM configuration. The integrated GPU greatly benefits from fast dual-channel memory. The Renoir APUs now also support the LPDDR4x memory the gives the Renoir APU some performance.
The AMD Radeon RX Vega 7 (Ryzen 4000/5000 series) graphics have a performance that should be comparable to that of Nvidia Mx250.
AMD SmartShift allows the power to be diverted intelligently between CPU and GPU to maximize performance in specialized tasks such as Gaming and Rendering.
How is AMD Radeon RX Vega 7 ( Ryzen 4000 Series) for Photo Editing
Image editing applications such as photoshop should relatively smooth with vega 7 as it is paired with the 4000 series CPU’s which are great for editing workloads. So, if you are editing on a system with a 1080p display it will be a relatively smooth experience. However, if have are with a 4k display and simultaneously working with large files you will experience some lag.
How is AMD Radeon RX Vega 7 ( Ryzen 4000/5000 Series) for Video Editing
It should be able to handle basic 1080p editing workloads with little to no difficulty. Since when it comes to video editing CPU is far more important than GPU and the 4000/5000 series CPUs it is paired with are all well equipped for handling basic editing workloads.
The Intel UHD should be able to handle most modern games that are not very graphic demanding such as League of Legends, Dota 2, Minecraft, CS: GO, GTA 5, and Fortnite. But consider this it only has 15 percent of the benchmark performance when compared with industry-leading Nvidia RTX 3090.
- below 20 FPS– Unplayable/laggy/stuttery
- 20-30 FPS– Below average, acceptable for some laggy for others.
- 30-45 FPS– Average, acceptable for most people.
- 45-60 FPS– Above Average, Smooth animation/No lag.
- 60-90 FPS– Semi-Professional.
- Above 90 FPS– God tier/Hardcore/Professional.
- Low ( 720p): 106 FPS
- Mid ( 1080p): 62 FPS
- High ( 1080p): 29 FPS
- Ultra ( 1080p): 24 FPS
PUBG ( PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds)
- Low ( 720p): 63 FPS
- Mid ( 1080p): 27 FPS
- High (1080p): 22 FPS
- Ultra (1080p): 11 FPS
- Low ( 768p): 92 FPS
- Mid ( 768p): 81 FPS
- High ( 1080p): 35 FPS
- Ultra ( 1080p): 14 FPS
CS:GO (Counter Strike: Global Offesnsive)
- Low (768p): 169 FPS
- Mid (768p): 123 FPS
- High (768p): 87 FPS
- Ultra (1080p): 60 FPS
League of Legends
- Low (768p): 137 FPS
- Mid (1080p): 123 FPS
- High (1080p): 111 FPS
- Low (720p): 139 FPS
- Mid (768p): 111 FPS
- High (1080p): 62 FPS
- Ultra (1080p): 34 FPS
- Low (720p): 72 FPS
- Mid (1080p): 30 FPS
- High (1080p): 20 FPS
- Ultra (1080p): 19 FPS
Specification: AMD Radeon RX Vega 7 ( Ryzen 4000|5000 Series) | GPU Benchmark and Review