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Overall Review: good
Pros: Pretty much the same performance as Ryzen 5 5600G (with PBO +200 Mhz override)
Overall Review: Super efficient and cold, compatible with many older AM4 motherboards (think, B450).
It is the latest Zen3 chip that works well yet sipping power from the outlet.
Performance is great in my workloads, realistically, most people will not pair this chip with 3090 Ti to play 1080p games lol. With a decent low- to mid-range graphics card, it works just fine :)
Pros: Super fast, Zen 3 , everything you need best bang for the buck, Highly recommended
Cons: Pcie 3.0 but not a big deal for me
Overall Review: Runs super fast, cool and quiet, no need to spend on the other models, unless your looking for PCIE 4.0
Pros: Relatively cheap, runs cool, latest Zen architecture, games
Cons: None really....disabled, repurposed APU if I HAVE to say something negative
Overall Review: Was planning on building a whole new rig to replace my ageing gaming computer now that prices have come down but then go hit with the news I gotta replace my central air and figured my old system is good enough to put a new build on hold when my motherboard and/or CPU took a dump. Needed to get up and running at a minimal cost so I paired this with an MSI B550 Gaming Plus mobo with my old RX580 and 16BG RAM. I used the heatsink from my old 1600 which has about twice the aluminum as the one this comes with and a copper slug in the core (no heatpipes) and it idles at 28-32C and I havent seen it get over 50C during 2+ hour gaming sessions. Seems to do what I need it to do. Would recommend it as a stop-gap if youre running the old Ryzens like I was and are waiting for the new AM5 or if you need to put together a budget build.
Overall Review: This processor is great for a budget build.
Overall Review: great price, runs well
Overall Review: Amazing product definently buy for a decent build
Pros: it overclocks just barely slower than the x version, but it still performs great and stays cool. uses less power than the regular 5600 or the x version. even using unreal 5 it does good, but for 1080p gaming, i dont see a bottleneck when paired with a 6600.
Cons: i really cant name one bad thing about it honestly
Overall Review: looking for a budget build for 1080p gaming, this will work. paired with a 6600, warzone is getting 100fps. doesnt bottleneck my gpu. good overall cpu *thumbs up*