AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Mid-Range Laptop CPU

The AMD Ryzen 5 3500U is a mid-range processor for the mainstream-class laptop computers. With its four cores and a maximal clock speed of 3.7 GHz, the Ryzen 5 3500U is a great processor for the home and office computing duties, with ability to easily run multiple apps simultaneously. It can also handle very well some more demanding stuff as well, such as video editing.

AMD Ryzen 5 3500U CPU Benchmark

AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Benchmark

The benchmark results and specs show the AMD Ryzen 5 3500U competes directly against the Intel’s 8th Generation Core i5-8250U and i5-8265U. As expected, the 3500U is slightly faster than its Ryzen 5 2500U precursor with quite similar specs.

With its Radeon Vega 8 integrated graphics, the Ryzen 5 3500U can be a low-cost budget solution for gaming. For sure, it isn’t as nearly as fast as the dedicated video cards you can find in gaming laptops, but the Vega 8 can provide a very decent gaming experience in many of the popular titles.

Take a look at our Ryzen 5 3500U games test playlist with videos provided by the YouTube community:

 

Alongside the, 5 3500U AMD’s Ryzen 3000 U series includes the less used Ryzen 7 3700U, 3 3200U, and 3 3300U. The Ryzen 7 3700U is a slightly faster quad-core model with somewhat better Vega 10 integrated graphics. The Ryzen 3 3200U and 3 3300U with dual-core design and slower Vega 3 and Vega 6 integrated graphics are the lower-end parts of the series.

Note: Performance and benchmark scores of the AMD Ryzen 5 3500U may vary depending on the notebook's other components, settings, cooling, and other factors. However, benchmark results are good indicators of its performance in comparison to other chips.

Specifications of the AMD Ryzen 5 3500U

Here's the specs sheet of the AMD Ryzen 5 3500U:

Processor Name AMD Ryzen 5 3500U
CPU Family AMD Ryzen "Picasso"
Number of Cores Quad-core / 2 computing threads per core
CPU Clock Speed 2.1 GHz - 3.7 GHz
Cache Size 6MB
Memory Support DDR4 (2400 MHz max. speed)
Integrated Graphics AMD Radeon Vega 8
Power Consumption 15W
Production Technology 12-nanometer
Typical Use Mainstream laptops & 2-in-1 PCs
Notable Technologies AMD FreeSync anti-stuttering and anti-tearing video technology

AMD SenseMI performance management and boosting

Virtualization (allows the processor to run multiple virtual platforms)
Year of Release 2019

Written by Dan on June 7, 2019

User Reviews and Q&A on the AMD Ryzen 5 3500U

Below you can read and submit user reviews, questions, and answers about the processor. Thank you for your contribution.

Current rating: 5 out of 5 stars
  1. Question

    Ivan

    Hello. I’m considering buying a laptop with the Ryzen 5 3500U chip. Coming from an Intel i7 6500U, do you think it will be faster? I will use it for internet browsing, remote working (Citrix) and occasional photo editing (Lightroom). Apart from the chip, the two computers has similar specs. Thank you.

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  2. Question

    heiiiiiii

    is ryzen 5 3500U is equvalent or better than intelcore i5 8th gen in case of programming. i m 2 nd yr engineering student. please reply fast

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    • Dan

      It is equivalent and direct competitor of the 8th Gen i5 U series. The 8th Gen i5-8265U tends to be slightly faster overall than the Ryzen 5 3500U, which may or may not have an effect on programming.

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    • DS

      amd 5 3500u have better graphics and is cheaper but intel core i 5 8265u is slightly faster if you are planning to program with unity amd 5 3500u is cpu for you

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  3. Question

    Mandeep

    Hi
    I have a 2014 “Intel Core i7-4700MQ” processor.
    Is the AMD Ryzen 5 3500U faster than my older intel cpu?

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    • Spam

      I did some research and the ryzen 5 3500u is better than
      your current cpu

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  4. Question

    044

    What would you choose for entry level gaming (maybe low setting mid level) and video editing.
    AMD R5-3500U Quad Core, AMD Radeon Vega 8, 12 or 8 GB RAM (both are open choices)
    OR
    Intel Core i5-1035G1 (10th Gen), NVIDIA GeForce MX110 (2 GB), 8 GB RAM.

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    • Spam

      both cpus and gpus are similar so its up to you

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  5. Question

    Billa

    Display :- 15.6 inches FHD IPS display
    CPU :- AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Quad core
    GPU :- AMD Radeon vega 8
    RAM :- 8GB DDR4 2400MHZ(not expandable) & 1.6GB for GPU
    ROM :- 256GB PCIe NVME SSD
    Battery :- 3665 mah lithium-ion battery. 65 W fast charging with type C port.
    Built quality :- Aluminium body
    Price :- 43,000
    These are the specifications which I considered to buy a laptop.
    Now my QUESTIONS is ?
    1. Is that RAM is sufficient for medium to medium high multi-processing,multi-tab browsing & for running the multipule (medium) apps in the background.
    2. Is it Handel’s the games like PUBG, fortnight, GTA v etc… in HD smoothly.
    3. Is we can run the softwares like Photoshop, Adobe premiere Pro, Android studio, Filmora.
    4. As I don’t consider the remaining stuff & features is this value for money or not.

    I hope that you may reply for this question. Thanks I ADVANCE.

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    • D

      So you are looking to buy the asus vivobook

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  6. Question

    April P

    Hi there,
    I’m looking to buy a laptop for school. I’ll be doing a masters in environmental science and it may require the use of multiple software such as ArcGis, R/R studio, NVivo, ESRI, QGIS. I may also be working with large data sets and I do have a tendency of having multiple tabs open as I am always multi-tasking. I just purchased a laptop with a AMD R5 3500u processor ( 8 GB ddr4 ram, 256 GB ssd, amd radeon vega 8 graphics). But only recently did my school post recommended technology requirements and they recommended a Intel Core i5 based model processor. Do you think my laptop will be good enough or should I return it and buy a laptop with intel core i5-10210U processor?

    Thank you in advance for your advice!

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    • Dan

      Hi, the overall performance difference between the AMD Ryzen 5 3500U and Intel i5-10210U isn’t big, although the i5 is somewhat faster in benchmarks. The Ryzen 5 3500U is a kind of AMD’s i5-10210U equivalent. However, I can’t tell whether some of the specialized programs you mentioned require exactly an Intel processor and / or Intel drivers for some kind of special tasks. If that’s not the case, I assume the Ryzen 5 3500U would be almost as good as the i5, especially in lighter computing tasks, including multi-tab web browsing.

      As a side note, programs’ “system requirements” oftentimes only mention Intel processors, because they are more popular than AMDs. That, most of the time, doesn’t mean that AMD’s CPUs aren’t supported.

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  7. Question

    Sarthak bhake

    I have two options of laptops both are hp envy series one is Ryzen 3500u(Amd Radeon Vega 8) and other is i5 10th gen (intel uhd graphics), RAM and ssd are same and the intel one is 10,000 costlier which one should I go for ? I’m a first year engineering student usage will be not be that heavy
    Pls suggest:-)

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    • Sarthak bhake

      *10,000 INR

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    • Dan

      Hi, is it the 10th Gen i5-10210U or i5-1035G1?

      https://laptoping.com/cpus/product/intel-core-i5-10210u/
      https://laptoping.com/cpus/product/intel-core-i5-1035g1/

      They are both faster than the Ryzen 5 3500U in benchmarks. The difference isn’t very noticeable in light home and office computing tasks, but in some heavy tasks their better performance can be handy.

      The Ryzen 5 3500U has, on the other hand, somewhat better integrated graphics processor, which can be helpful in gaming and possibly in engineering programs if they utilize the graphics processor a lot. However, all of these are very basic graphics processors which aren’t even close performance-wise to the full-blown dedicated video cards like the Nvidia GeForce GTX or RTX series.

      Among the i5-10210U or i5-1035G1, the latter has a bit better integrated graphics.

      Another note is that the 10th Intel Core series are generally better than the Ryzen 3000 series when it comes to power consumption, so the battery life could be longer on the laptop version with the 10th Gen i5.

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  8. Question

    SachinBalan

    I am planning to buy D Ryzen 3500u. Can visual studio 2016,pycharm and Anaconda studio run smoothly on it. Those were running very slow on my current Intel i3 4th gen

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    • Dan

      Hi, I can’t tell whether these programs will run completely smoothly (depends on what you’re doing with them and requirements of a particular program), but the difference between the Ryzen 5 3500U and the 4th Gen i3 is quite big performance-wise in favor of the Ryzen of course. My guess is that Visual Studio and Pycharm won’t be a problem, but machine learning programs like Anaconda require a lot of RAM and storage and probably need a good processor. I see in the Anaconda specs requirements it needs at least 32GB RAM.

      So, the Ryzen 5 is a big upgrade over the 4th Gen i3, but if you want to be sure you have the best performance in a laptop form factor, you can consider some of the latest H series (high-performance, pricier) processors – like the AMD Ryzen 7 4800H or Intel Core i7-10750H. A cost effective alternative in the mid range is the newer and faster Ryzen 5 4500U version.

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  9. Question

    Sarthak

    Hi, Which one would you recommend : i5 10th Gen 10210U, GeForce MX250, 256GB SSD or Ryzen 5 3500U, 512GB SSD? Also, the Ryzen laptop has pre-loaded MS Office. I’m going to begin my MBA studies and just play light games, if ever. I do substantial multi-tasking/multiple tabs. How much does the extra SSD affect performance and (light-medium) games? I prefer a good battery life. Rest of the features in the laptops are same. It’s a bit urgent. Also, is there even any signicant difference or can I overlook them? Thank you in advance, I understand they’re too many questions.

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    • Dan

      Hi, SSD size has almost nothing to do with gaming performance and performance of a laptop in general. SSD size only tells you how many games, programs, and files you can have loaded onto your laptop. What matters the most for gaming is the graphics processor, where the MX250 video card is better than the Radeon graphics built into the Ryzen 5 3500U. The MX250 has it’s own video memory so it doesn’t use the notebook’s main system memory. And the main system memory (RAM) size is of the greatest importance when it comes to multi-tasking and multi-tab web browsing. I hope these laptop options have at least 8GB of RAM. If you multitask a lot, then 12GB or greater will ensure you don’t run into slowdowns due to RAM overload.

      On the side note, what I always look in a laptop is IPS screen technology for wide viewing angles. Some notebooks have older TN display tech with narrow viewing angles, which should be really avoided if you wan’t decent display quality.

      Overall, based on the details you mentioned, I think the i5 10th Gen 10210U, GeForce MX250, 256GB SSD is better (if you don’t keep large amounts of data on your laptop).

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    • Sarthak

      Thanks a lot. How does the i5-1035G1 (Intel UHD Graphics) with 256 SSD fare with respect to the above ones? It’s a bit expensive but I’ll overlook that if the speed+performace is significantly better than the above 2 in all departments. All are 8 GB models.

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    • Dan

      With the i5-1035G1 (Intel UHD Graphics) you will have gaming and overall performance similar to the Ryzen 5 3500U. So, the i5 10th Gen 10210U with GeForce MX250 combo is still the best choice among the 3 performance-wise, primarily because of the dedicated video card with its own memory. For regular laptop use like web browsing, MS Office apps, and similar, performance of the i5 1035G1, i5-10210U and Ryzen 5 3500U is almost equal.

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    • Sarthak

      Hello Dan, a new model is in stock today and has opened up one more option for me : Ryzen 5 Hexa Core 4500U (says Radeon Graphics only, cores = 6). This one also has an IPS screen unlike the above ones and a big SSD (512 GB). Rest is same. So is this better? And the battery life? Also, this one is quite affordable with preloaded MS Office. So is the processor+graphics comparable or better than i5 10th Gen 10210U, GeForce MX250, 256GB SSD and Ryzen 5 3500U, 512GB SSD? I only do light-medium gaming and quite many tabs and multitasking. Thank you again.

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    • Sarthak

      Sorry one correction : It’s MX230 and not MX250 in the i5 10th gen one. I believe that changes things up a bit.

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    • Dan

      Yes, I also wanted to mention the Ryzen 5 4500U as a good alternative to the Intel Core + MX250 / MX230 combo. The Radeon graphics of the Ryzen 5 4500U performs similar to the MX230 as you can see here (real world gaming performance will depend on the game and settings):

      https://laptoping.com/gpus/product/amd-radeon-graphics-of-ryzen-5-4500u/

      Also the Ryzen 5 4500U processor itself is faster than all of the mentioned processors as you can see here:

      https://laptoping.com/cpus/product/amd-ryzen-5-4500u/

      I won’t be overly noticeable in day-to-day tasks, but it will very likely complete heavier tasks faster.

      And since that notebook has IPS screen and others don’t, the choice is even easier in favor of the laptop with the Ryzen 5 4500U.

      Note: Having dual-channel RAM instead of single-channel (2x4GB sticks instead of 1x8GB stick) can noticeably improve gaming performance that relies on integrated graphics such as Radeon of the Ryzen. So, if the laptop has dual RAM slots and one of them is empty, adding another RAM module would make gaming smoother.

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    • Sarthak

      Thank you so much Dan. I just ordered the 4500U one. You’ve been of amazing help. I’m a novice in this area and you really gave the best advice ever. It doesn’t say anywhere about 2*4 or 1*8 RAM, but are there any resources on how to do that? Your timely and detailed replies were very, very useful. Thanks from India!

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    • Dan

      You’re welcome! AS for RAM, it depends on your notebook model whether it actually has two RAM slots. Some models have a single slot (single channel only) or fixed RAM soldered onto the motherboard (which can be either single or dual channel) or soldered RAM plus a free RAM slot (if you add RAM to the slot it’s then dual-channel). You can usually find that info and RAM upgrade guide in the notebook’s maintenance manuals via the manufacturers websites. Laptop RAM upgrades usually require removal of the notebook’s bottom cover and possibly some other parts.

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    • Sarthak

      Thank you once again, Dan. The whole site is a goldmine of knowledge as well. It’s been a very informative and helpful interaction 🙂

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  10. Question

    Razak Zainal Abidin

    Hi there, Honor released a budget laptop called honor MagicBook 14. It has AMD Ryzen 5 chip with 8GB of RAM. Can this be used for day trading or day trade laptop?

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    • Dan

      Hi, day trading apps aren’t generally demanding, so I believe any Ryzen 5 series processor with 8GB RAM is sufficient for that. However, if you run for instance many web browser tabs and other programs at the same time together with the day trading app, you will maybe exceed 8GB of RAM usage, which will slow down the system. If you don’t overload the laptop’s RAM with other programs, day trading on the said laptop isn’t an issue at all.

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  11. Question

    Gautam

    @dan hi I want ask you that i want to buy laptop of asus vivobook 15 but i am too confused about processor,so can you tell me plzzz that which one should i choose among amd ryzen 5 3500u and intel core i5 8265u with graphics geforce mx250…. plzz tell me bro

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    • Dan

      Hi, I would go for the i5 + MX250 variant, especially if you want to play games on it. For regular computing, the Ryzen 5 3500U and Intel 8265U perform similarly. But, the MX250 dedicated video card enables smoother gaming than the Radeon Vega integrated graphics of the Ryzen 5.

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  12. Question

    Edda

    Hi, I want to buy this laptop for video editing (HD) and photo editing, so im trying to compare intel vs AMD. Are these specs good enough? Im on a budget. Thanks!
    ASUS Notebook 15.6” FHD AMD Quad Core R5-3500U GTX 1050, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD Windows 10, M570DD-DS55

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    • Edda

      I should add, GPU is GeForce GTX 1050

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    • Dan

      Hi, if you’re not editing 4K, then I think the laptop will satisfy your needs. I do Full HD editing in the basic Windows Movie Maker without problems on a similar processor – Intel’s i5-8250U. A good yet affordable alternative to make things even faster for tasks like photo / video editing (in particular noticeably faster video exports) are budget gaming laptops with the GTX 1050, which usually come with a more powerful processor than the Ryzen 5-3500U. Like the Intel Core H series i5-9300H or even better the six core i7-9750H. These gaming laptops usually run cooler too than the standard laptops, which can be important during heavy tasks like video editing. But again, for HD and even Full HD video editing + photo editing processors in the same class like the Ryzen 5 3500U are very good. I would just make sure the notebook you’re buying for these mostly visual tasks has an IPS screen with wide viewing angles, as opposed to TN screens. And of course at least 8GB RAM and avoiding hard drives instead of SSDs.

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    • Saket Jha

      Hello, I want to buy for video editor, animation and games software to able to work faster of ryzen 3500U because of I will plan buy laptop in ryzen 3500u but I have confuse what not stuck. pls you can tell me about this.

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  13. Question

    Paul Galley

    Has anyone used the Ryzen 5 3500 for music production?

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    • Dan

      Hi, I don’t own a laptop with the Ryzen 5 3500 in particular, but I do use Intel’s a sort of countepart – the 8th Gen i5-8250U. Generally, they have similar performance and I run Ableton with its built-in effects on the i5, together with vst synths like Diva without issues. However, I noticed that while the laptop was on battery power (HP ProBook), I encountered problems with hardware-demanding Roland vst synths, with occasional sound popping. While running on the power adapter, there were no problems at all.

      Overall, I think the Ryzen 5 3500 and processors in its class (Ryzen 7, 8th and 10th Gen Intel Core i5, i7 G and U series) do a good job when it comes to music production, but you should keep in mind that some heavyweight vsts can be problematic because of their design. Also, using a huge number of vsts simultaneously can be a problem.

      Ideally, more powerful processors like the Intel Core i5 or i7 H series you can typically find in gaming laptops can handle music production even easier (for instance faster audio exports), but I personally don’t need that. These high-performance processors add to the overall price and consume much more battery power, without significant effects on my music production as a hobby.

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    • TA

      @Dan – ProBooks might have a setting in BIOS that disables turbo-boost while on battery. Have seen that enabled by default from the factory before, so give it a look.

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    • Dan

      Thanks, I’ll try that.

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  14. Question

    Ousman

    Does this meets the requirements to play Fornite chapter 2 on an Acer Aspire 3 AMD Ryzen 5 15.6in 8gb 2TB Laptop?

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  15. Question

    Arvind wable

    Does ryzen 5 3500u has onboard graphics?

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    • Alexander Tse

      Yes, it includes AMD Radeon Vega 8

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    • Farzad

      This ryzen is 64 bit or 32 bit????

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    • Dan

      It’s 64-bit.

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  16. Question

    Rajan Darji

    AMD Ryzen™ 5 3500U which generation

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    • Dan

      It doesn’t have a generation attached to it. It is released in 2019, succeeding the Ryzen 5 2500U. They are comparable to the 8th Geneneration Intel Core processors.

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    • Aydin ibayev

      3rd generation ( 3500)

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    • Tony

      it is based on the 2nd gen of zen @12 nm.

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  17. 5 out of 5 Great value, great performance

    Luka

    I bought Lenovo Laptop with Ryzen 5 3500u (8gb RAM + 256 GB SSD) for about 350 euros and its absolutely great. I’m using it mostly for office use, but I also play Football Manager 19 and it works great. I didn’t wanna to spend too much money for laptop, but I wanted something that will work fine for standard use, not only right now but also in few years and I think I hit jackpot.

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    • Edgar

      What is the laptop model that you bought for 350 eur?

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    • Luka

      https://www.tehnomanija.rs/it-shop/laptop-racunari/lenovo-laptop-v155-15api.html

      This is model. Current price is 53000 serbian dinars (450 euro) but i bought it on black friday when price was 40000 dinars (340 euros).

      Except TN screen that isnt high quality (and i wasnt expecting to be for that price) everything else is great. Tried to play some games on it, GTA 5 and Asphalt 9 are runing great.

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    • Dgn

      Lenovo ideapad s145 ryzen 5 quad core on Amazon or flipcart

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  18. Louis Dour

    Bonjour,
    Je possède ce processeur mais lorsque je joue à Fortnite, la qualité et la fluidité est complètement différente de celle montrée dans la vidéo, savez vous pourquoi ou comment je peux y remédier

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  19. Lakshay

    i am planning to buy asus vivobook 15 x512 with ryzen 5 3500u proceessor 512gb ssd. My main task is java, python, android studio and other programming tasks. Is ryzen 5 3500u is good compared to intel i5 8th gen processor in day to day tasks like browsing, watching videos and programming.

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    • Tushar

      I have the same question? Tell me if you get your answer, please

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    • Dan

      The AMD Ryzen 5 3500U performs very similar to the 8th Gen Intel i5 U-series (i5-8250U and others) in benchmarks and in the real-world use. I would say both are optimal for the daily tasks and programming. I don’t think there’s a need to upgrade to full blown quad-core like the Core i5 H-series (i.e. i5-8300H), because it consumes much more power and you don’t do very heavy stuff like 4K video editing, where it has advantage over the Ryzen 5 3500U or Intel i5-8250U.

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    • TheNoobyCoder

      i recommend you to go with intel laptops for normal usage, programming, etc and it will be value for money, AMD Processors are mainly designed for gaming and video rendering. So my choice for you is go with intel Laptops

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    • Dave

      That is total rubbish, if an amd cpu is better at gaming and video rendering, then it’s just better, so PSA go with AMD as you can’t design a general purpose CPU to only be good at gaming and video rendering, it’s just good at everything, think before you say things

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    • CyberPlex

      Ryzen 5 3500u performs above and beyond the call of duty. Upgraded my SSD to 1TB and RAM is currently using 20GB

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    • Harry

      do you play call of duty using it?

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    • esandc

      don’t know i am planning of it

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  20. sanjai

    I plan to buy HP Notebook – 14s-dk0093au(AMD Ryzen™ 5 3500U with Radeon™ Vega 8 Graphics, 1 TB + 256 GB SSD, 8 GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM (1 x 8 GB)). My usage is for Java / Python development. is this ok for my usage than intel i3 7th gen. or i need to go for any. Please suggest.

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    • Dan

      Hi, the Ryzen 5 3500U is definitely faster processor than the 7th Gen Intel i3. The Ryzen is better generally without doubt. But, it is possible that if your particular task is light on the CPU usage, you won’t notice the difference. In heavier tasks, the difference will be noticeable. Anyway, with everything else being the same, the Ryzen 5 is the better option, especially for a bit more advanced stuff like programming.

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    • Rohit

      Can i play gta 5 in medium setting with this laptop

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    • Jamison

      Should be able to I looked up a videos on medium settings it would work

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