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AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz 6x Core Processor with Wraith Stealth Cooler £175 at Amazon
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AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz 6x Core Processor with Wraith Stealth Cooler £175 at Amazon

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Posted 7th Dec 2019

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Getting cheaper by the day, great CPU.

Specification:
- Core Count (Cores/Threads): 6/12
- Base Clock (All Core): 3.60GHz
- Boost Clock (Single Core): 4.20GHz
- L2 Cache: 3MB
- L3 Cache: 32MB
- Cooler: Wraith Stealth
- TDP: 65W
- Recommended Memory speed: 3200-3600MHz DDR4 (Dual Channel)
- OcUK Recommends 8 Pack 3200MHz & 3600MHz 16G kits with Ryzen as tested by 8 Pack in both X470 and X570 platforms showing excellent results with tight CAS timings, all 8 Pack memory is guaranteed screened Samsung B-Die. OcUK Product codes are MY-08L-TG & MY-08Q-TG !!!
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12 Comments
Nice! I wish this was on a few weeks back!
The 2600X is better value at £117. This is 50% more expensive for ~10% more performance.
Simi6907/12/2019 17:16

The 2600X is better value at £117. This is 50% more expensive for ~10% …The 2600X is better value at £117. This is 50% more expensive for ~10% more performance.


I guess that’s even cheaper than overclocking a 2600 with a aftermarket cooler as well.

But how would it compare to a 2700 for around £134?
Edited by: "buyer101" 7th Dec 2019
buyer10107/12/2019 17:44

I guess that’s even cheaper than overclocking a 2600 with a aftermarket c …I guess that’s even cheaper than overclocking a 2600 with a aftermarket cooler as well.But how would it compare to a 2700 for around £134?


Depends on your use case. A 2700 at £134 would be better for productivity, but the same at gaming (except in games like battlefield 5 that can utilise the extra threads properly).
Simi6907/12/2019 18:14

Depends on your use case. A 2700 at £134 would be better for productivity, …Depends on your use case. A 2700 at £134 would be better for productivity, but the same at gaming (except in games like battlefield 5 that can utilise the extra threads properly).


Purely gaming, any uses for productivity would be word processing so nothing even remotely demanding.
buyer10107/12/2019 18:15

Purely gaming, any uses for productivity would be word processing so …Purely gaming, any uses for productivity would be word processing so nothing even remotely demanding.


It's hard to say. The 2600X is slightly faster now in most games, but the 2700 might be faster in the future in games that can utilise 8 cores/16 threads, and the 3600 is faster than both but at a price premium. You really can't go wrong with any of them
BrumGB07/12/2019 16:35

Nice! I wish this was on a few weeks back!


Agree. Black Friday on Amazon for Ryzen and associated motherboards seemed to be slowly increasing prices, not reductions. Cyner Monday nothign changed. So based on this, next year for me BF is a non-event. Buy way before or long after.
Simi6907/12/2019 17:16

The 2600X is better value at £117. This is 50% more expensive for ~10% …The 2600X is better value at £117. This is 50% more expensive for ~10% more performance.


More like 20% but the 2600 is still better value if looking at purely cost/performence
locely deal.
anyone any thought on this vs the Ryzen 7 2700
Edited by: "phatbhoy" 9th Dec 2019
phatbhoy09/12/2019 14:31

anyone any thought on this vs the Ryzen 7 2700


I’m stuck in the same situation, I don’t know wether to get this or the ryzen 7 2700x. Any advice from the experts.
Edited by: "lscth" 9th Dec 2019
3600 is generally better.

2700x is maybe slightly better on full multi core but 3600 has faster ram support, lower energy consumption and much faster single core performance.
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