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AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz 6x Core Processor with Wraith Stealth Cooler £149.58 delivered @ Aria PC
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AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz 6x Core Processor with Wraith Stealth Cooler £149.58 delivered @ Aria PC

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Posted 18th Feb

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Cheapest I've seen for a while. Bargain price for a very capable CPU which comes with it's own CPU cooler!



AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz 6x Core Processor with Wraith Stealth Cooler


The New AMD 3rd Generation Ryzen CPU LineupThe new AMD Ryzen 3rd Gen CPUs
have arrived boasting higher performance gains over its predecessor lineup. With higher speeds, more memory and wider bandwidth the new Ryzen CPUs look to improve on and upgrade the way you relax, work and play. The AMD Ryzen 5 3600 processor includes 6 CPU Cores with 12 threads and a base clock of 3.6GHz that can be boosted to 4.2GHz. The new CPU's are backwards compatible with older motherboards thanks to the same AM4 slot socket however with the newly released chipset of X570 motherboards you can maximize the power the Ryzen CPUs have to offer. Support for DDR4 Memory continues but with the new Ryzen CPUs comes the
new PCIe 4.0 Version which has improved the speeds of which your PCIe components such as graphics cards and some storage solutions communicate
with the motherboard. Blur the line between elite gaming performance and workstation-class content creation with the most advanced desktop processors in the world.
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Keeps getting cheaper everyday! Love it
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Keeps getting cheaper everyday! Love it
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At that price intel has been Goatse'ed.
Just got this from aria 2 weeks ago for £160 too =/ good cpu & price all the same!
Pengin18/02/2020 18:14

Just got this from aria 2 weeks ago for £160 too =/ good cpu & price all …Just got this from aria 2 weeks ago for £160 too =/ good cpu & price all the same!


How long did it take to arrive?
spiteri118/02/2020 18:58

How long did it take to arrive?


Came the day after I ordered it, they're pretty good haha
Thanks, bargain price
Is this the stock cooler or separate?
tomwylie12118/02/2020 20:24

Is this the stock cooler or separate?


This is the CPU AND the wraith cooler! It's all in the same box
The price on this jumps around. Now up to just under £150 with postage.
Best CPU at this price point. Intel need to drop prices significantly to make things more interesting.
fishmaster18/02/2020 21:28

Best CPU at this price point. Intel need to drop prices significantly to …Best CPU at this price point. Intel need to drop prices significantly to make things more interesting.



For gamers, absolutely agreed. Buy a better GPU before stepping up to a higher CPU.

For content creation, however, same price gets 2700X and four more (admittedly slightly weaker) threads.

Just below both I'd say the prime choice would be the 1600 AF. Otherwise these are definitely the two sweet spot CPUs to choose from. Amazing value for money. Just wish there were some properly good motherboard deals!

I'd also strongly recommend asking for a price match elsewhere. CCL, Scan, Amazon...
Edited by: "chischis" 18th Feb
chischis18/02/2020 22:41

For gamers, absolutely agreed. Buy a better GPU before stepping up to a …For gamers, absolutely agreed. Buy a better GPU before stepping up to a higher CPU.For content creation, however, same price gets 2700X and four more (admittedly slightly weaker) threads.Just below both I'd say the prime choice would be the 1600 AF. Otherwise these are definitely the two sweet spot CPUs to choose from. Amazing value for money. Just wish there were some properly good motherboard deals!I'd also strongly recommend asking for a price match elsewhere. CCL, Scan, Amazon...


B450 boards are all most people need. I have an MSI Mortar Max, does everything I need for £85 or so.
fishmaster18/02/2020 22:44

B450 boards are all most people need. I have an MSI Mortar Max, does …B450 boards are all most people need. I have an MSI Mortar Max, does everything I need for £85 or so.


Agreed see so many people picking x570 boards when they have no idea.
fishmaster18/02/2020 22:44

B450 boards are all most people need. I have an MSI Mortar Max, does …B450 boards are all most people need. I have an MSI Mortar Max, does everything I need for £85 or so.



Agreed, I see little reason to go x470/x570. I wouldn't be overclocking.

So, come on MSI, where are those juicy B450 deals??
chischis18/02/2020 22:52

Agreed, I see little reason to go x470/x570. I wouldn't be …Agreed, I see little reason to go x470/x570. I wouldn't be overclocking.So, come on MSI, where are those juicy B450 deals??


The 'better' B450 boards are still slightly over priced; its an obvious outcome as the new great performing value cpu's become cheaper along with ddr4 ram. For the 8 core market I see..
Note well you dont need a 'better' board to run a 65 watt 6 core. (or even overclock it )
The 'better' boards will run 8 core chips (2700 / X, 3700X) flat out tweaked for all core overclock on 16 threads using production apps in a well ventilated case so the difference is literally just the power phase equipment (The VRM's particularly are better on the tomahawk and the fatality k4, possibly some M.Sigh 'max' variants but I wouldnt trust that until hardware unboxed says so or you check the power phase specs personally if you understand )
Basically its irrelevant; for a gaming / media rig without o/c'ing (a waste of time for those apps with that chip) you could update the bios on a £50 A320 board and it would give the same performance.
The short story is you only pay £90 for a B450 board if you are sure you will be upgrading to an 8 core and running creativity apps.
If you are just gonna 'Game'even the cheap boards will run an 8 core.
joe_shmoe19/02/2020 01:36

The 'better' B450 boards are still slightly over priced; its an obvious …The 'better' B450 boards are still slightly over priced; its an obvious outcome as the new great performing value cpu's become cheaper along with ddr4 ram. For the 8 core market I see..Note well you dont need a 'better' board to run a 65 watt 6 core. (or even overclock it )The 'better' boards will run 8 core chips (2700 / X, 3700X) flat out tweaked for all core overclock on 16 threads using production apps in a well ventilated case so the difference is literally just the power phase equipment (The VRM's particularly are better on the tomahawk and the fatality k4, possibly some M.Sigh 'max' variants but I wouldnt trust that until hardware unboxed says so or you check the power phase specs personally if you understand )Basically its irrelevant; for a gaming / media rig without o/c'ing (a waste of time for those apps with that chip) you could update the bios on a £50 A320 board and it would give the same performance. The short story is you only pay £90 for a B450 board if you are sure you will be upgrading to an 8 core and running creativity apps.If you are just gonna 'Game'even the cheap boards will run an 8 core.


Coming from Intel I bought a Tomahawk Max mostly due to its ability to take any I.e. 3950 or below Ryzen CPU for a future cheap upgrade when the top tier stuff now or 4000 series tumble in price. Well worth a few quid more now for that flexibility I thought. But then I got a 2700x because i was after smoothness rather than 100 plus FPS. And the 2700x is very smooth when gaming online.
Any games with this?
This or an i7?
Working fine on my Asus A320 mobo with great performance.
Thanks OP,

At the moment I am running on an i7 with GTX 1060 6GB. Still playing the games. So at the moment I am going to wait and see what the world around the Video Graphics cards does!! Thats got to heat up to!!!

Intel has to respond to all this from AMD. The playing field has been set.
j0nY9019/02/2020 16:10

Thanks OP, At the moment I am running on an i7 with GTX 1060 6GB. Still …Thanks OP, At the moment I am running on an i7 with GTX 1060 6GB. Still playing the games. So at the moment I am going to wait and see what the world around the Video Graphics cards does!! Thats got to heat up to!!!Intel has to respond to all this from AMD. The playing field has been set.


No problem pal... you have a very good setup either way.
I have an i3 9300f is this any better for gaming ?
Cheers OP... I just bought the last one!
budgio19/02/2020 13:18

Working fine on my Asus A320 mobo with great performance.



They are actually fine for anything up to 8 core BUT those VRMs will need air flow, and don't overclock.
Seems to be 193 now?
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