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AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz Socket AM4 Box

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  • Excellent
    10 days ago
    Bought this for my Ghost Loque chassis which is very small where the other components are Corsair SF750 750W 80+ Platinum, Gigabyte B450 I AORUS PRO WIFI, Intel 660p 1TB, Corsair 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3200Mhz CL16 Vengeance and an RX 570 Asus RX 570 exp 4GB which I have undervolted. Run with the original cooler that comes along which gets a lot hot and lives if you run all the original at speeds and PBO etc. Have removed PBO and undervolted where I got the heat and lowered the sound from the radiator fan. The performance is there so it will be over, satisfied!
  • Perfect
    13 days ago
    What the others have written.

    Top product!
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Received from an i5 3570k which was from 2012 to this.
    Felt right. Run a GTX 1070 and noticed in the game that the processor began to bottle slightly and then bought this to secure me for the future.
    In various tests and in games such as Forza Horizon 4 in Ultra, the lowest FPS measured on processor work is 150fps while on the graphics card it is 84fps (there is a benchmark mode in the game).
    So it is the graphics card that now bottles.
    In other words, this processor will hold a number of graphics card generations going forward. Expect this to last 6-7 years for high graphics gaming. Maybe even longer if you don't go up to 4K.

    Pay attention to which motherboard you choose for the processor at the time of writing, some motherboards have a glitch but will be resolved after a number of cinema updates. Well worth googling before buying a new motherboard and processor. Tomahawk Max + this doc will become a bestselling combo!
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    Updated: 2 months ago
    + Incredibly affordable
    + Cheap (8700k costs double)
    + Low TDP
    + AM4
    + 4.2Ghz all cores constant (manual overclocking gives the highest frequency with lowest volts, PBO is not ready for mine x470-I)

    - Confusing with three kinds of automatic OC in bios.
    - 570 motherboards are scavengers, running at 470 which costs half.

    Budget King who makes your GPU bottleneck, full pot despite small backsides. Jump and buy if you want a lot of FPS for the money.
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    Upgraded from an old Intel i7 3770K. From constant "stuttering" in Battlefield V to it floating on like butter around 144 fps with a 1070 GPU that is now the bottleneck. 2349kr is a super price.

    The stock cooler is not fun to mount as you have to hold the motherboard's backplate while screwing the radiator. However, this does not reduce the grade.
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    Updated: 2 months ago
    Spears the Russian 1700X (8 cutting) and is very close to 2700X and intels dito which costs twice as much. Run my On The B350 chipset (works great, requires bios updating though) Asus PRIME B350-PLUS. My motherboard auto-overcells / boosts to 4.1ghz without even opening the bios ....

    Had a difficult choice between this and 3700X, but this suffices well and gets over for us common mortals =)

    This is only 65W TDP despite all the power - incredible.

    5 penguins of 5 possible =)
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    Sheer good. The performance matches i7-8900k and costs almost half. Would not recommend the X570, as it is not needed with Ryzen 5. MSI X470 Gaming Pro meets all requirements with room for upgrade. 3200mhz DDR4 is almost the minimum and Corsair has its flagships for 900kr.