Well an APU is a CPU with a GPU chipset. so there might be problems between the APU and the RX570 that is a GPU and performs like a 1050
This is pure misinformation.
A) The RX570 performs well beyond the GTX 1050. See average benchmarks here: https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-1050-vs-AMD-RX-570/3650vs3924
B) APU and GPU will not "have problems". Plug monitor into GPU and update drivers. No issues.
I agree. A lot of computers have been built with a dedicated GPU but also had Intel integrated graphics.
One good thing about having both, is that if your GPU takes a dump, you will still be able to fall back on the Intel graphics until you replace your GPU.
it does not perform higher than an 1050 ti
It's actually about 60% faster then a 1050ti.
You need to look at this link. 1200 has no GPU integrated.
The RX570 smashes the 1050, the 1050ti can't compete either, you are either misinformed or trolling.
The reason being is because the ryzen APU's on the market dedicate .8gb of ram to graphical processing, this can be disabled through the bios however.