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AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz Hexa Core (Socket AM4) + 3 Month Xbox Game Pass for PC £108.97 (Via Ebay App) with Code Delivered @ CCL Online/Ebay

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  • Base: 3.4GHz, Turbo: 3.9GHz
  • Hexa Core, 12 Threads
  • Socket AM4
  • 65W TDP
  • Heatsink & Fan Included

3292168.jpgAMD XBOX GAME PASS FOR PCFor a limited time, purchase a qualifying new AMD Ryzen™ processor, or qualifying Radeon™ graphics card and get a 3-month Xbox Game Pass for PC subscription! T&C's apply.

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3292168.jpgNote: Please check with your motherboard manufacturer for support. All AM4 A320, B350 or X370 motherboards will need to be updated to a supporting BIOS beforehand for this processor to work. If you are purchasing this processor at the same time as a motherboard, you can contact our Sales Team and we will update the BIOS for you prior to shipping for a nominal fee.

AMD Ryzen 5 2600, 6 Cores, 12 Threads, 3.4GHz Base, 3.9GHz Turbo, 19MB Cache, 65W TDP, Socket AM4 Processor with Wraith Stealth Cooler

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Interested... Am building a PC on a budget.

Do I get this or an i7 6700k?

What are the motherboard prices like for AMD chips?
AmFearLiathMòr10/09/2019 13:59

https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i7-6700K-vs-AMD-Ryzen-5-2600/3502vs3955


Yeah already checked that, was looking for real life experience

An i7 6700k is twice as expensive.
Go with the Ryzen for the future upgrade path.
The_IMF10/09/2019 13:59

Interested... Am building a PC on a budget.Do I get this or an i7 …Interested... Am building a PC on a budget.Do I get this or an i7 6700k?What are the motherboard prices like for AMD chips?


I went with this Gigabyte B450M board which is also 10% off if bought with the cpu:

ebay.co.uk/itm…649
I've currently got an i5 6600. The 2600 isn't a huge step up from that in single core/gaming terms.

I'm tempted by the 3600 but I have to wait until the i5 6600 is an issue before upgrading and it may in fact still do me for another AMD generation.

By that point the AMD B550 chipset motherboards may well be a fair bit cheaper.
Edited by: "AmFearLiathMòr" 10th Sep
Awesome CPU for the price. Nothing beats it.
brookheather10/09/2019 14:04

I went with this Gigabyte B450M board which is also 10% off if bought with …I went with this Gigabyte B450M board which is also 10% off if bought with the cpu:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Gigabyte-B450M-DS3H-mATX-Motherboard-for-AMD-AM4-CPUs/382787093170?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649


Cheers. Wish I waited, already spent the 10% off on an i7 processor and a 2nd hand RGB motherboard.

Next time I'll look at AMD! Or maybe I go AMD now and sell the i7 and motherboard...
The_IMF10/09/2019 14:03

Yeah already checked that, was looking for real life experience An i7 …Yeah already checked that, was looking for real life experience An i7 6700k is twice as expensive.


And it's no where near as twice the performance... 10% more performance in some games. The 2600 will also be better for any production type tasks, and is much more power efficient. Getting a B450 or newer board will also offer you much better upgrade paths in the future to Zen2 CPUs...
Edited by: "MadeInBeats" 10th Sep
MadeInBeats10/09/2019 14:11

And it's no where near as twice the performance... 10% more performance in …And it's no where near as twice the performance... 10% more performance in some games. The 2600 will also be better for any production type tasks, and is much more power efficient. Getting a B450 or newer board will also offer you much better upgrade paths in the future to Zen2 CPUs...


To be honest, I'm building it for video editing and for deepfakes... Not even gaming much. It's the 12 cores that peaked my interest
Damn I bought this from them yesterday for a few quid more. Just my luck, heat added.
The_IMF10/09/2019 14:13

To be honest, I'm building it for video editing and for deepfakes... Not …To be honest, I'm building it for video editing and for deepfakes... Not even gaming much. It's the 12 cores that peaked my interest



6 cores, 12 threads...
I've got this, along with 16GB DDR4 3000Mz RAM , runs a dream.
If I were going 2600/3600 then this is the board I'd get.

cclonline.com/pro…80/
brookheather10/09/2019 14:04

I went with this Gigabyte B450M board which is also 10% off if bought with …I went with this Gigabyte B450M board which is also 10% off if bought with the cpu:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Gigabyte-B450M-DS3H-mATX-Motherboard-for-AMD-AM4-CPUs/382787093170?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649


The same. 16gb of memory for about 50 quid and my old gtx960. Runs everything at least high, along with VR.
The_IMF10/09/2019 14:13

To be honest, I'm building it for video editing and for deepfakes... Not …To be honest, I'm building it for video editing and for deepfakes... Not even gaming much. It's the 12 cores that peaked my interest


12 threads... but yeah, 2600 would be much better for you then, and then as mentioned, down the line you could upgrade to 2700, or any 3000 range. No brainer in that case.
MadeInBeats10/09/2019 14:50

12 threads... but yeah, 2600 would be much better for you then, and then …12 threads... but yeah, 2600 would be much better for you then, and then as mentioned, down the line you could upgrade to 2700, or any 3000 range. No brainer in that case.


I've spent so much money, I'm gonna be sensible and abstain from ending up with two motherboards and CPUs

If this i7 and mobo (whenever the seller sends it) doesn't work out I'll sell them as a combo and look at AMD.
Is this much of an upgrade for my Ryzen 5 2400G?
I currently have an 570 8GB card available.
iDealYou10/09/2019 15:57

Is this much of an upgrade for my Ryzen 5 2400G?I currently have an 570 …Is this much of an upgrade for my Ryzen 5 2400G?I currently have an 570 8GB card available.


You wouldn't see difference in games
I have this with a rx580. runs gears 5 on ultra 125fps
The_IMF10/09/2019 15:04

I've spent so much money, I'm gonna be sensible and abstain from ending up …I've spent so much money, I'm gonna be sensible and abstain from ending up with two motherboards and CPUs If this i7 and mobo (whenever the seller sends it) doesn't work out I'll sell them as a combo and look at AMD.


I recently sold my Intel parts to upgrade to AMD. Sold an Asrock X97 mini ITX/ac for £100 on eBay... no idea why a socket 1150 is selling for that currently, but, they are! I paid £35 for it originally via a pricing error on Amazon. Only got £65 for my i5 4607K. Best part is, I didn't reinstall Windows 10... just mirrored the boot drive with Macrium Reflect onto a new SSD, plugged in the new mobo and 2600 CPU (and upgraded ram to ddr4 obviously) and booted into a blue error screen... got into safe mode with networking and all the required AMD chipset stuff installed; it booted fine after that... was then just a case of cleaning out and uninstalling any old Intel cr4p and it's sweat as... make sure to install the AMD chipset and power profile from their drivers downloads too as they recommend those over the standard Windows drivers (even though they work fine with Zen1+ CPUs.)
Edited by: "MadeInBeats" 10th Sep
MadeInBeats10/09/2019 17:17

I recently sold my Intel parts to upgrade to AMD. Sold an Asrock X97 mini …I recently sold my Intel parts to upgrade to AMD. Sold an Asrock X97 mini ITX/ac for £100 on eBay... no idea why a socket 1150 is selling for that currently, but, they are! I paid £35 for it originally via a pricing error on Amazon. Only got £65 for my i5 4607K. Best part is, I didn't reinstall Windows 10... just mirrored the boot drive with Macrium Reflect onto a new SSD, plugged in the new mobo and 2600 CPU (and upgraded ram to ddr4 obviously) and booted into a blue error screen... got into safe mode with networking and all the required AMD chipset stuff installed; it booted fine after that... was then just a case of cleaning out and uninstalling any old Intel cr4p and it's sweat as... make sure to install the AMD chipset and power profile from their drivers downloads too as they recommend those over the standard Windows drivers (even though they work fine with Zen1+ CPUs.)


I've recently spent a lot so gonna hold back for now. Some on eBay with 10% discount and some on Amazon Warehouse:

- z170 ASrock Extreme 4 motherboard but seller has a rating of 2 and hasn't responded since I won the auction so assuming that won't happen. Somehow got it for peanuts as one ram clip is broken.
- H270 MSI Gaming Pro RGB motherboard
- an ex office desktop PC with an i7 6700k in it for less than the i7 6700k by itself sells for (go figure). Also had ram and HD in it but no OS.
- an Intel G4400 to replace the CPU in the desktop and resell the desktop with a £1.50 windows 10 pro license
- 2 X 8GB DDR4 3000 Corsair LPX
- Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti 8GB
- Be Quiet 650W modular PSU
- Be Quiet Dark Base 700 RGB
- Nvme M.2 250GB Corsair SSD (on motherboard comparability list) + RGB heatsink and fan

Hoping to recoup some by selling the desktop with the G4400 in it and my laptop I was using for my video editing (worth £200ish). Wish I listed the laptop over the weekend with the £1 offer

Still deciding if I should install Windows Server on this new build and replacing my Lenovo TS140 server that I can sell for £200ish with the spec it has in it...
The_IMF10/09/2019 18:02

I've recently spent a lot so gonna hold back for now. Some on eBay with …I've recently spent a lot so gonna hold back for now. Some on eBay with 10% discount and some on Amazon Warehouse:- z170 ASrock Extreme 4 motherboard but seller has a rating of 2 and hasn't responded since I won the auction so assuming that won't happen. Somehow got it for peanuts as one ram clip is broken.- H270 MSI Gaming Pro RGB motherboard- an ex office desktop PC with an i7 6700k in it for less than the i7 6700k by itself sells for (go figure). Also had ram and HD in it but no OS.- an Intel G4400 to replace the CPU in the desktop and resell the desktop with a £1.50 windows 10 pro license- 2 X 8GB DDR4 3000 Corsair LPX- Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti 8GB- Be Quiet 650W modular PSU- Be Quiet Dark Base 700 RGB- Nvme M.2 250GB Corsair SSD (on motherboard comparability list) + RGB heatsink and fanHoping to recoup some by selling the desktop with the G4400 in it and my laptop I was using for my video editing (worth £200ish). Wish I listed the laptop over the weekend with the £1 offer Still deciding if I should install Windows Server on this new build and replacing my Lenovo TS140 server that I can sell for £200ish with the spec it has in it...


My kind of guy. I wheeled and dealed all my parts selling them on eBay and got the new parts from there when there was a 15% eBay code on, kept my PSU and Elite 110 case. I got a EVGA 1060 SC 6gb mini ITX around Jan/Feb this year for £200, which came with a 500 watt PSU and some DLC codes for exclusive Nvidia Fortnight gear & MHW... sold the PSU on for £50 and the DLC for a ridiculous £50 as well. I kept the code for Monster Hunter World, so got a new GPU + MHW for £100!

I just had to buy an AM4 mount for my 120mm AIO, but that was like £5 from Overclockers.
MadeInBeats10/09/2019 19:35

My kind of guy. I wheeled and dealed all my parts selling them on eBay and …My kind of guy. I wheeled and dealed all my parts selling them on eBay and got the new parts from there when there was a 15% eBay code on, kept my PSU and Elite 110 case. I got a EVGA 1060 SC 6gb mini ITX around Jan/Feb this year for £200, which came with a 500 watt PSU and some DLC codes for exclusive Nvidia Fortnight gear & MHW... sold the PSU on for £50 and the DLC for a ridiculous £50 as well. I kept the code for Monster Hunter World, so got a new GPU + MHW for £100!I just had to buy an AM4 mount for my 120mm AIO, but that was like £5 from Overclockers.


Love the wheeling and dealing!! Haha

AIO is my next purchase, just concerned about noise, leaks and pump quality. A be quiet one I was eyeing up has a lot of reviews that say pump fails quite soon. Cooler master had some reviews about the pump on the CPU leaking and dripping all over the graphics card or was that Corsair...

120mm probably more than adequate for AMD but Intel's run a bit hotter so was looking at 240 or 280.
The_IMF10/09/2019 19:40

Love the wheeling and dealing!! HahaAIO is my next purchase, just …Love the wheeling and dealing!! HahaAIO is my next purchase, just concerned about noise, leaks and pump quality. A be quiet one I was eyeing up has a lot of reviews that say pump fails quite soon. Cooler master had some reviews about the pump on the CPU leaking and dripping all over the graphics card or was that Corsair...120mm probably more than adequate for AMD but Intel's run a bit hotter so was looking at 240 or 280.


I'm using an old 120mm NZXT X31... still going strong over 5 years later. I think the latest 120 from NZXT is called the x55... they only seem to make RGB AIOs now for some reason. But my X31 was plenty enough for my 4670K. I never OCed it but it was a really hot CPU even without an OC (85 TDP but 4670s had notorious cr4p TIM jobs on the chip to the heat spreader)... I think my max temps were 65-70 degrees on a dual fan push-pull setup so there was plenty of room... obviously the bigger the cooler the more the heat is dispersed and the lower RPMs the of the fans. I've barely seen temps move past 55 with my 2600 on the same cooler.
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