Hi all, I used to build my own PCs back in the day, but have not done so for over 10 years now and so am completely out of sync with the current desktop technology. My son wants to upgrade my 10 yr old but I want to keep the cost down to a minimum. I have an old Antec Minuet 350 case which I am hoping to re-use. The current setup is a Athlon X4 II 605e with 8GB RAM + fanless Radeon R7 240 (I was trying to build a near silent PC). The plan is to get a cheap B350 based Mobo and get a lower end Ryzen 3 CPU and re-use the R7 card. But based on my googling it seems that the Ryzen 3 2200G which costs the same as the Ryzen 3 1200, will offer better Graphics performance with the built in RX Vega 8 than Ryzen 3 1200 + R7 card... This seems a bit hard to believe from a cost perspective - how can a CPU costing the same provide better performance than a same cost CPU + dedicated graphics card? It seems the only benefit the 1200 has over the 2200G is an extra 4MB of L2 cache... Have I got the wrong end of the stick with my googling? Note, my son already has a PS4 - so he wont be doing much gaming on the upgraded PC. He has some Steam games - which run fine on the current 10yr old setup. Mostly he just wants to replace his ageing Lenovo Thinkcentre that he uses for homework, surfing etc. Any informed input appreciated. Thanks!