Is the Ryzen 5 CPU with Vega Graphics worthy of being deemed an actual gaming CPU/GPU by someone that actually plays games? Jason Evangelho put the Ryzen 5 2400G ($175) to the test in several racing games, by actually playing the games. We like that approach and he has a very solid takeaway after using gaming as an excuse for work. I decided to start with a genre I've been obsessed with since I played Pole Position in the arcades: racing. However, I'm not giving the Ryzen 5 2400G an easy ride. I chose 6 racing games in total, but 3 of them are fairly demanding. Regardless, I had another requirement beyond 1080p: at least Medium quality graphics settings and an average of 30 FPS or higher.