5700G is like the best APU you can get for gaming, and you're going to get basically ps4 level performance on that (in terms of GPU power). There's no powerful APU available for the PC market, much to my disappointment.
Even modern AMD APU's for PC are still built on old tech (5700g is Vega GPU architecture I believe), though rumoured that the next generation of APU's will switch to RDNA2 so maybe there's some hope. But still I wouldn't expect to even reach Series S levels of GPU performance.
I'd love if someone would make a powerful gaming APU I could build a tiny PC with.
Yep, we'll have to wait for Rembrandt, the 6000 series, to have an APU to have RDNA graphics. And, even then and with DDR5 RAM, the memory bandwidth won't be enough to make it shine.
AMD sold refurbished XsX APUs, with the graphics part disabled, as the 4700S, but you'd need to get a GPU card for it and, in thatc ase, going for a regular CPU+GPU would be a better idea.
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