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AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz Socket AM4 Box

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  • Perfect
    3 months ago
    Updated: 3 months ago
    When it was time to build a new machine, the first idea was to continue with Intel as one is used to.
    However, they have become very expensive.
    The choice was finally between Intel i5-9400 and AMD Ryzen 2600.
    Availability and price finally made the decision and I did not just say that it seems a bad choice.
    The processor works great with both Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.04.
    However, one should keep in mind that graphics are missing from AMD's processor. In this way, the Ryzen 2600 should actually be compared to Intel i5 -9400F (not i5-9400).
    You have to have a motherboard that supports graphics or get a separate graphics card to get a working machine.

    Will probably continue with AMD in the future.
    Must be very interesting to see what the new Ryzen 3000 series can mean.
  • Very good
    4 months ago
    Good performance for the money, nothing to say about. Not the last word in game performance, but it doesn't have to be for 1400kr. :)

    -1 star for the totally useless stock cooler, they could just as easily have left with one. It sounds like a combine harvester regardless of speed.
  • Excellent
    5 months ago
    Good performance at a good price.
  • Perfect
    9 months ago
    Great for the money, AMD has found it right in price and performance.
  • Perfect
    9 months ago
    Updated: 9 months ago
    Best processor I've ever had. compare the price with intel processor. run at 4GHz with cpu ratio of 40 and cpu core voltage at 1.35v with the stock cooler.
  • Perfect
    11 months ago
    Great for the money, paired with a GTX 1070, it works like a cool, stock cooler, but if you are picky, you should switch to aftermarket for better sound levels & temps. in the future can easily be clocked up to 4-4.1ghz if necessary.
    If you want to get a little extra at high framerates you should drive fast memories & low latency (b-die 3200 + cl14)
  • Excellent
    12 months ago
    Updated: 12 months ago
    Much processor for the money, in my case 1500kr. My ex watches are good. The supplied cooler is quite ok quite quiet if compared to the old am2 / 3 coolers that sounded like a vacuum cleaner. Recommended.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Went from a Ryzen 5 1500X to this which was a real upgrade. Despite similar clock frequencies (drove my 1500X in 3,975 GHz and run this at 4.1 GHz), it gave me a nice boost of FPS in CPU heavy games. For example. CS: GO on low settings in 1280x960 increased by over 30 FPS in FPS benchmark.

    Unfortunately, I get too much Vdrop with my TUF B350M board, sometimes goes down from 1.38V in bios to between 1.35 and 1.36V at AVX load despite LLC which means I can not go higher than 4, 1 GHz if I want it stable in the Prime95 small FFT without going above 1.38 V which is recommended max voltage at 80 degrees C. This is, however, nothing to load the CPU for of course.

    For around 1600 SEK this is a very affordable CPU!