We managed to overclock the Ryzen 5 2400G to an all-core 4.0GHz without meddling with the voltage. This figure is consistent with first-generation Ryzens, though somewhat lower than what Intel's latest generation can achieve. The 2200G, meanwhile, topped out at an all-core 3.9GHz.
Who minds an extra 10 per cent, right?
For the graphics tests we increased memory speed to 3,200MHz and the IGP to 1,500MHz in both instances, though the results were best described as anaemic, with the GPU overclock not seemingly in place. More testing will need to be done before we can pass definitive judgement, and we're testing with a new BIOS (T20h) now. This portion of the review will be updated very soon with a full set of overclocked results.