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Ryzen 5 5600G processor under review: state-of-the-art Zen 3 cores, old graphics processing

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VP9 encoding is not supported by hardware acceleration of very many chips. At Intel it is supported from generation 7 and up, it is just a slightly negligible coding that is not widely used outside of YouTube. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VP9#Hardware_implementations This is just a bad example of the chip being weak and therefore dropping a quarter of the frames, but it is a bit outdated and does not support the codec. I'm pretty sure he handles nicely In H.264 or HVEC
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