AMD Ryzen 1200 CPU Processor with Wraith Stealth Cooler £61.99 @ Amazon
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AMD Ryzen 1200 CPU Processor with Wraith Stealth Cooler £61.99 @ Amazon

£61.99£67.999%Amazon Deals
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Found 13th Mar
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Is this an upgrade to say fx6300 or 8350?
stupid question , can this be overclocked?
ws00710 m ago

stupid question , can this be overclocked?


Yep
ws00711 m ago

stupid question , can this be overclocked?


Not a stupid question. Yes it can be overclocked, however OC will be limited with A320 motherboard. Better go for at least a B350 for OC ability.
Yesgo21 m ago

Is this an upgrade to say fx6300 or 8350?


FX 6300 is a shoddy processor (I'm also a proud owner). Yes, it's definitely an upgrade.
Yesgo59 m ago

Is this an upgrade to say fx6300 or 8350?


I would say so overall although multi-core performance may be better with an FX8350 cpu.userbenchmark.com/Com…489
As you'll need an AM4 motherboard to use the Ryzen CPU this will represent several other upgrades on PC performance, which you might not have already: DDR4, SATA 6Gb/s and NVMe support.
Less than £55 from amazon warehouse if anyone wants to save a extra few quid (second hand though).
Yesgo2 h, 25 m ago

Is this an upgrade to say fx6300 or 8350?


Yes but not worth the cost of cpu + motherboard + ddr4, if you already have the fx. If you don't it's a no-brainer.
ws00715 h, 52 m ago

stupid question , can this be overclocked?


It can, but not on the entry-level A320 chipset motherboards (only RAM can be overclocked on A320). You need a B350 or upwards.

However I have a potential money-saving tip in the spirit of this site. I bought this A320 motherboard from CCL: cclonline.com/pro…21/


When I picked it up it was actually the V2 version, which is this: gigabyte.com/uk/…-11


Yep, that's a motherboard sold as and even called A320, but actually with a B350 chipset. Bargain. I can't guarantee this wasn't just a mistake on CCL's part, but it's worth a go.
Great deal, but go buy an identical benchmarking 6 year old COMPLETE refurb PC based around an i5 3750 for about the price of this processor alone if you're not bothered about the slightly fancy graphics card aspect and don't want to build your own.

I really wanted to get a Ryzen, but when complete PC's popped up on ebay for £70, couldn't justify spending triple on getting a montherboard, memory, drive, case to get identical performance
Bleugh2 h, 25 m ago

Great deal, but go buy an identical benchmarking 6 year old COMPLETE …Great deal, but go buy an identical benchmarking 6 year old COMPLETE refurb PC based around an i5 3750 for about the price of this processor alone if you're not bothered about the slightly fancy graphics card aspect and don't want to build your own.I really wanted to get a Ryzen, but when complete PC's popped up on ebay for £70, couldn't justify spending triple on getting a montherboard, memory, drive, case to get identical performance


Wouldn't you agree there are certain risks when buying second hand. Also, most people building entry level computers are new to building pc's and fault finding would be almost impossible in that scenario. Not to mention upgradeability of a pc with newer components
darrel.butcher19 h, 46 m ago

Wouldn't you agree there are certain risks when buying second hand. Also, …Wouldn't you agree there are certain risks when buying second hand. Also, most people building entry level computers are new to building pc's and fault finding would be almost impossible in that scenario. Not to mention upgradeability of a pc with newer components



ws00713th Mar

stupid question , can this be overclocked?

Edited by: "chaank" 15th Mar
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