Your best choice, if you don't use discrete graphics

Our friend Paul Alcorn takes a look at the upcoming 65W Ryzen 7 5700G (the perfect companion to the Noctua NH-P1) and things look pretty good. Right now, the 7nm Cezanne processor is available for OEM only but will hit retail in August.

"AMD's Ryzen 7 5700G brings the vaunted Zen 3 architecture and big CPU performance gains to its APU lineup, and the integrated Radeon RX Vega graphics engine provides smooth 1080p gaming if you're willing to accept lower fidelity settings and a limited selection of titles. The chips also deliver unbeatable iGPU performance for 1280x720 gaming.

If you're looking to find the fastest integrated graphics performance on the market, the Ryzen 7 5700G is the uncontested champ. As long as you adjust your expectations and fidelity/resolution settings accordingly, the Cezanne chip is plenty serviceable for its target audience. We found 1280x720 gaming to be solid across numerous titles, and while the number of titles you can play comfortably becomes restricted at 1080p, you can get away with 1080p gaming with reduced fidelity settings in many titles, too."

Source: Tom's Hardware