AMD Ryzen 5 5600G - Ryzen 5 5000 G-Series Cezanne (Zen 3) 6-Core 3.9 GHz Socket AM4 65W AMD Radeon Graphics Desktop Processor - 100-100000252BOX
Pros: drop in replacement on a B550 motherboard for a 6 core 3xxx ryzen and graphics card under $300 to upgrade works great with my existing DDR4 3600 65W total power for the cpu and graphics 1080P moderate gaming no issue at all Newegg had it in stock on release day, and I had it the day after my order!!
Cons: - had to update 2 bios setting to enable the onboard video (not unexpected) - wants fast DDR4 3200+ - doesn't provide PCIe x4 slot (for a budget unit without a graphics card, not an issue) - haven't checked but probably needs MB capable of supporting a standard Ryzen 5xxx
Overall Review: I would recommend this to anyway who needs video capability for moderate systems and doesn't want to pay $300+ just for ANY graphics capability. Anyway looking to build a budget system now could also use this as base to cut costs with the ability to later add in a better graphics card This also looks like a good option for low power system- at 65W draw for both the cpu and gpu it doesn't low power hungry, and unlike the 35W version, this is a available Lastly, this is a good for any mini-itx setup- with no graphics card, your system will be less hot and cramped. Could make an argument for the 5700G in some cases, but not sure that the extra $100 would be worth it.
AMD Ryzen 5 3rd Gen - RYZEN 5 3600 Matisse (Zen 2) 6-Core 3.6 GHz (4.2 GHz Max Boost) Socket AM4 65W 100-100000031BOX Desktop Processor
Pros: -fast -doubled my core/thread count from my 4790k, staggering performance leap in multi core apps, decent improvement in single core. -relatively cheap for the performance -ABBA bios has sorted out voltage, temperature, fan noise, and most importantly...boost clocks.
Cons: -PBO settings can be a little confusing, but i've been on Intel since my last AMD CPU, an athlon x2 3600. -AM4 mounting bracket.....ARRRRRGH
Overall Review: I've waited a long time for a chip worthy to replace my 4790k. And I've waited a REALLY long time for AMD to come out with a challenger. This chip is it. I have (and never had) any temperature issues using stock cooler (with stock TIM), and I have it in a NZXT H510, on top of an Aorus GTX 1080ti. So, I don't really understand why people are having so many temperature issues. The mounting bracket is a PAIN, so maybe TIM is being messed up during installation. Who knows? All I know is that my idle temp is lower with stock cooler than my 4790k at 4.6 was with an H90 AIO. Load temps are almost identical. So, the cooler works very well. If not, you either got a dud chip (RMA) or you're simply doing it wrong. The ABBA bios released recently has upped my boost clock to 4.45 on 3 cores, and 5 cores are within 30mhz of 4.4, whereas previous bios release only 1 or 2 cores boosted anywhere over 4.3, so big big improvement there. It also smooths out the fan ramping up/down, which indeed was somewhat annoying. It also stabilized my voltages, thereby giving me more stable temps. I agree with a prior poster...just about EVERYONE told me that i would see virtually no improvement over my 4790k at 3440x1440p 100hz. WRONG. WRONG. WRONG. BF5 was pegging my CPU, and my 1080ti was at 65-90ish% usage. Now, cpu is like 35% and my 1080ti is 99% in-game. BIG difference in my minimum frames and the stability of my frame rate. I expect this CPU will last me for at least 5 years before I get the upgrade bug (again)...at which point i can step into a 3950x or maybe even a 4000 series (depends on whether socket stays the same, obviously). Unless Intel answers with a stunner in the next few years. I'll support the superior product, regardless of the label on the box. And this CPU is superior to anything Intel at similar costs, and lines up closely with their flagship 9900k, for the most part, at roughly 70% of the cost. Add to that the efficiency, and it's a slam dunk. All in all, i ABSOLUTELY think this is a worthy successor to my trusty and loved 4790k, which served me so well for many years. And I, for one, am glad to be sporting an AMD chip again. If you're in the same boat, I don't think you will be disappointed. I'm not. NO RAGRETS
AMD Ryzen 5 5600X - Ryzen 5 5000 Series Vermeer (Zen 3) 6-Core 3.7 GHz Socket AM4 65W Desktop Processor - 100-100000065BOX
Pros: - Great multithreaded performance - Exceptional single threaded performance - Was able to secure an x570 motherboard well in advance thanks to backwards compatibility - Hugely customizable and user friendly when using Ryzen Master for testing configs
Cons: - Runs HOT - after first installation it idled at 50-60*, cranking to 90* and capping when under mild use, barely even load. That being said - it is in a 7L ITX case (Lazer LZ7) - but the reality was that IT didn't know that, so it tried to give me all the power it could not knowing it was relying on a lightweight air cooler (Noctua L9a stock). In my case, undervolting and lowering the clock a touch resolved the issue, and 4.4GHz with a higher IPC is still a major improvement over my previous overclock to reach 3.6GHz. - This is less of a con of the processor, but more of a warning to future upgraders; I bought the mobo a month or so before R 5000's launch, only to find that the bios did not support the CPU out of the box. I had to make a table top setup with my 2700 installed to update the bios (this mobo was ITX and didn't have a flash), then disassemble the whole thing only to install the 5800X. So unless you're reading this well into 2021 when mobos have the bios updated from factory, make sure you update it yourself so you don't have to disassemble the system 3 times!
Overall Review: I would definitely recommend this product to someone - despite the temperature issues I faced, the average user likely would have no issues in a midsize. I will say that it was a tad pricey compared to the value of the 5600X, but I couldn't afford the jump to 5900X (glad I didn't now especially considering the heat kickoff from that thing in 7L would not have gone well). Finally, sort of a niche statement, if you are a heavy Adobe Illustrator user on AMD that has sluggish slow performance while designing with your current system - and you have the cash laying around for an upgrade - it is SO WORTH IT. The single threaded boost makes it super responsive. Happy building!
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AMD Ryzen 5 2nd Gen - RYZEN 5 2600 Pinnacle Ridge (Zen+) 6-Core 3.4 GHz (3.9 GHz Max Boost) Socket AM4 65W YD2600BBAFBOX Desktop Processor
Pros: Lot of cores/threads for the money! Low power draw/good temps Strong IPC XFR 2 is actually worthwhile A stock cooler included that isn't worthless!
Cons: CCX design introduces latency relative to Intel Not quite as strong at gaming as the competition Memory compatibility and speeds are still an issue, though its better now Infinity Fabric interconnect VERY sensitive to said RAM speeds, and RAM is $$$$$$ these days Performance improvements over first gen Ryzen are negligible overall, because this still IS first gen Ryzen with some mild tweaks
Overall Review: Coming from an i5-4670K, this CPU doesn't exactly offer earth shattering improvements for my uses at gaming and common tasks. I was gonna wait for "Zen 2" coming next year, but an unplanned event forced my hand. Since I primarily game, the numbers would point out that I needed to buy an Intel Coffee Lake CPU, but I'm a little weary of Intel's grip on the CPU market and the resulting complacency. The performance advantage Intel currently has is MUCH smaller than it was when I built my last PC in 2013. Haswell completely crushed all of the Bulldozer/Piledriver FX chips across the board, which is how I ended up with an i5. Things have changed. Intel's IPC advantage is small (`10% at best) and frequencies are respectable for Ryzen , though Intel still has a sizable advantage there as CL CPUs have a much higher clock ceiling. Toss in the fact I'm gaming at 1440P, and the performance between AMD/Intel is pretty much on par with each other. Plus, for "i5" money, you're getting 6 cores/12 threads versus 6 cores/6 threads on the Intel side of things. No, those extra threads don't do much for gaming at this time, but having that extra compute grunt is not at all a bad thing. AMD has finally gotten off their lazy backsides and re-introduced actual competition to the space! Coffee Lake is for sure a competent competitor, but that's the point, isn't it? One last positive point to make is the AM4 socket and chipsets for Ryzen CPUs will remain viable until at least 2020 according to AMD. If Zen 2 comes out and cranks it out of the park with 7 nm and an overhaul of the Zen uArch, all one has to do is purchase the new CPU, perform a BIOS update on their current board, take out previous CPU and drop in new one! This is something Intel has not been good with at all, even when their socket remains unchanged. They'll just "require" a new chipset, so current board owners are out of luck. Having an upgrade path is nice. All in all, a great value and beastly CPU for gaming, production, and everything else. Definitely worthy of consideration for anyone looking at a new build.
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