AMD’S newly designed Ryzen CPU’s with integrated Radeon Vega Graphics, get great performance across the board with a 3.5 GHz base clock speed that can be boosted to 3.7GHz. The Radeon Vega graphics built into these new processors handle H.264, HEVC, and VP9 fully in the hardware for smooth, cool, and quiet playback. The AMD Ryzen Master lets you tune your CPU and with the Ryzen 2200G the integrated Radeon Vega Graphics. Both can be adjusted to give you that extra power you need as it gives you full control over CPU clock speeds, GPU clock speeds and memory clock speeds.
A powerful tool that combines the speed of your SSD with the capacity of your hard disk into a single, fast, easy-to-manage drive. SSDs are fast, but expensive, and offer minimal capacity. Mechanical hard drives boast large capacity for a low price, but are much slower than an SSD. AMD StoreMI technology “combines” these two types of storage into a single drive and automatically moves the data you access the most to the SSD, so you get the best of both worlds: SSD responsiveness, and mechanical hard disk capacity. You can also use up to 2GB of RAM as a last-level cache for ultra-fast data. Equipped with M.2 slot that supports both SATA3 6Gb/s and PCIe Gen3 x4 Ultra M.2 interface that pushes data transfer speeds up to 32Gb/s, and is compatible with ASRock’s U.2 Kit for installing some of the world’s fastest U.2 PCIe Gen3 x4 SSD. This motherboard features on-board RGB headers and an addressable RGB header that allow motherboard to be connected to compatible LED devices such as strip, CPU fans, coolers, chassis and so on. Users may also synchronize RGB LED devices across the Polychrome RGB Sync-certified accessories to create their own unique lighting effects.
A single stick of RAM makes this buy ideal for upgrading or even as a gift. With 8GB of memory embedded within a single module this simple change can make a significant difference to your PC and its performance – 8GB is commonly the recommended gaming spec. With DDR4 mid-point speeds this memory is more than capable at keeping up with common computer needs as well as being relatively future-proofed.