AMD Radeon RX Vega 5 (Renoir C4) vs RX Vega 6 (Renoir C3) – both bring value but the RX Vega 6 is the clear winner

These GPUs come with the Vega Renoir architecture, which shows improvements over the previous Polaris generation. One enhancement is that the RX Vega can now support DirectX 12, which is better for games because of the higher utilization of the CPU. This new design comes with the 7 nm manufacturing process allowing them to use less power and produce less heat. This process is a good option for light and thin notebooks. As integrated graphics cards, they come in the Ryzen 3 4000U series CPUs (RX Vega 5), and the Ryzen 5 4000 (RX Vega 6), respectively.

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