( 4.9 Average / 135 Ratings )
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It's a $200 CPU that can break 1100 in cinebench with ease. I know that isn't the ultimate CPU bench, but it still gives you a pretty good idea of how it compares to other CPUs. It is also way easier to cool than current Intel CPUs. Overall, I am quite pleased.
Very happy I switched to Red Team.
I'm giving this processor 4 out of 5 stars mainly due to the 2600x being the better value here.
Overclocked to 4.0ghz. Stock cooler is a joke though.
Great 6 core processor, a great budget for 2nd gen Ryzen. The stock cooler is also pretty good, and is not loud.
Great mid range CPU for the money. Decided to go with this over intel due to not agreeing with them using sketchy build materials requiring some people to de-lid their chips.
XFR works wonders on this chip. With a decent cooler it will push it beyond 3.9 GHz.
Great CPU. Plenty of threads and fast enough for what I need.
I've bought it cause my old Ryzen 1300X bottleneck the GTX 1070. This 12nm Ryzen shine! It's faster in single core, and in multicore keeps 3,7Ghz on over all 12 threads. Precision Boost is amazing, it switch the cores hz based on game required. Some old-engine games like War Thunder doesn't benefit of Ryzen cause it uses few cores. Actually i don't have overclocked yet.
Upgraded to this from the Ryzen 3 1200. I like it but it runs hot with the stock cooler. Idle temps were 39° C and under load was getting to high 70's. I replaced the cooler with a Corsair liquid cooler and temps went down dramatically. Many others recommended just using a better air cooler which apparently works great too.
Amazing CPU for the price, I would recommend this to anyone. Hit 1405 cb in Cinebench R15 when I pushed it to 4.1 GHz at 1.4 V. Wasn't comfortable with that high voltage, so I toned it down to 4.0 GHz at 1.325 V and it hits 1350 cb consistently.