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AMD Ryzen 5 5600G CPU with iGPU £113 sold by EpicEasy Ltd dispatched from Amazon

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  • # of CPU Cores: 6, # of Threads: 12, # of GPU Cores: 7, Base Clock: 3.9GHz, Max Boost Clock: Up to 4.4GHz, Total L2 Cache: 3MB, Total L3 Cache: 16MB, Unlocked, CMOS TSMC 7nm FinFET, AM4, PCI Express Version: PCIe 3.0 Thermal Solution (PIB), Wraith Stealth,Default TDP / TDP: 65W, cTDP: 45-65W

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Ryzen 5000G Series represent AMD’s flagship family of desktop processors based on Zen3 architecture, with Integrated Graphics.

The Ryzen 5000G Series desktop processors are designed for mainstream gamers and creators looking for the best of both worlds – Uncompromised performance & power with Integrated Graphics capable of 1080P gaming.

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  1. Pandabeer's avatar
    Out of interest, for people looking at buying this, what are you upgrading from?
    charleaward81's avatar
    We upgraded one pc from an older 3400G and was worth the outlay, it's shaved off 2min 50 seconds for batch actions of 10 images in photoshop.

    This equates to a few hours saved over the week and that is just on one routine we saved time on

    And runs a lot cooler, don't hear the fans as much as before.
  2. treb's avatar
    would this play 4k movies at 60hz without a discreet card?
    thinking of getting it for a media centre if it does. My old 6700k intel isnt upgradeable to win 11 .
    GrahamStoneman's avatar
    It's powerful enough, but I think you'll need HDMI 2.0 ports on your motherboard if you want 60Hz, so worth checking that beforehand.
  3. ws007's avatar
    got this 12 months ago for £140 second hand,

    upgraded from a r7 1700,

    what a difference.
  4. M1sterDeeds's avatar
    Hoooooot diggity doo. Buy buy buy
  5. S_Kelly's avatar
    Great price, ordered.
  6. Solee's avatar
    Those wondering the difference between the 5600G and 5600X.
    G has IGPU.
    X has PCI-e 4.0 support, more cache, higher base frequency.
    EGGY-PC's avatar
    And £50!! ;-p
  7. Chris_R23's avatar
    Remember buying his last year for 165 and thought that was a good deal
  8. Smoggy1970's avatar
  9. ohmygod2006's avatar
    Would this make a cheap low powered gaming rig? I have a 5800x but might send it back as I’ve heard it runs hot. My old gaming rig was an i5 7400….
    Chris_R23's avatar
    All the Ryzen chips run toasty..well with stock cooler anyway
  10. Smm0's avatar
    Would love to make a tiny build with one of these.
  11. hukdplan's avatar
    I'm using this processor now and it probably cost me around £140. I love it, it's easily fast enough for productivity and the inbuilt graphics are far better than Intel processors I've used. Also with all my apps open my PC typically draws about 50 watts - that adds up when energy prices are high, it'll probably pay for itself in a year or two.
  12. arCuThEDOWDr's avatar
    Good deal, great CPU if on a tight budget
  13. Ismail97's avatar
    Will this work for ages of empires 2? My father in law wants a new build purely for AOE
  14. Pandabeer's avatar
    I've been keeping an eye on a few threads and people keep mentioning B450 boards without ever actually giving specific recommendations.

    What would be a suggestion for an atx board? I'd not be adding a gpu, but as long as I can run dual monitor's of it, that's pretty much my only concern, the cheaper the better
    Sie_Masz's avatar
    Gigabyte b550 gaming x,sub 100 from Amazon atm.
  15. ShaquilleODeal's avatar
    Now at £110, have picked up vs. the German Amazon price being around £3 cheaper but this is getting delivered tomorrow before 1pm, worth the £3 IMO.
  16. Pandabeer's avatar
    Would there be any difference for warranty between paying a couple more quid for sold by amazon or a third party seller (dispatched by Amazon)?

    How long is the warranty for these and how long would you get if you bought it through Warehouse deal?

  17. rudey_valentino's avatar
    my old desktop is IVYBRIDGE i5 3330S with 8gb ram and gtx 650 P8H61-M PRO
    i have got some ddr4 ram 16gb and a few nvme sticks to build a system with , what would a be a decent budget build , a little light gaming watching flms encoding and light office stuff invoices etc
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