AMD Ryzen™ 5 3600 Processor, 3.6GHz w/ 35MB Cache

MX77406 Ryzen™ 5 3600 Processor, 3.6GHz w/ 35MB Cache
MX77406 Ryzen™ 5 3600 Processor, 3.6GHz w/ 35MB Cache MX77406 Ryzen™ 5 3600 Processor, 3.6GHz w/ 35MB Cache MX77406 Ryzen™ 5 3600 Processor, 3.6GHz w/ 35MB Cache

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Average Rating: 5.0 / 5 With 12 Customer Reviews

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Monday, August 19, 2019
By: TomS
From: Edmonton



Phenomenal performance for the $$

Additional Comments:

This CPU is currently (Aug 2019) the best value $ for performance CPU on the market. AMD Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core Processor Average CPU Mark: 20027
CPU Mark per CAD = 71.53
Overall Rank: 59
CPU First Seen on Charts: Q2 2019
Class: Desktop Socket: AM4
Clockspeed: 3.6 GHz
Turbo Speed: 4.2 GHz
No of Cores: 6 (2 logical cores per physical)
Typical TDP: 65 W
Single Thread Rating: 2820
Samples: 598
Monday, July 22, 2019
By: ChaosTao
From: Manitoba

R1600 to R3600 X370 Mobo


Faster (stock clock 3.6 / 4.2GHz boost) Can be overclocked Works with most AM4 mobo's Price/Performance Zen 2 Frames Per Second boost Boot time Resolves some previous Ryzen driver issues


Some heat monitoring issues Some driver issues Creates new Ryzen OS driver issues Requires BIOS beta firmware update

Additional Comments:

This chip is a beast! After the required firmware update everything from booting up to opening programs, files or folders has seen improvement. Any skipping or stuttering that I had noticed with the r1600 during general operation and in games has been rendered practically insignificant. The improvements to this chip are many in comparison; - I no longer have to use a PCI-E USB expansion card (in fact, I cant) for my Oculus Rift 3 sensor setup - I am currently managing a manually set 4.325GHz OC @ 1.336v, 63.5º C full load, 43º C idle. Practically 3600X boost speed, so far so good! - 20 fps boost in games (normal and VR) - Runs well on a cheap MSI Gaming Plus x370 motherboard (with a beta BIOS update, check your AM4 mobo manufacturers website) - Cheap and easy upgrade - GTX 1080 cards and up should no longer see bottlenecks - Ram overclocked exactly as it did with r1600; rated for 2666MHz OC'd to 3200MHz 18-18-18-35 **Note- There is currently issues with heat monitoring on 3 series boards, I had to download Ryzen Master to monitor and test the temps... I am not using the stock cooler for my chip, I have a Thermal Take Floe Ring 280mm AIO which keeps it nice and cool. Apparently this chip runs quite hot without aftermarket cooling so with the savings from not having to buy a mobo perhaps invest in one (if you don't already have anyways) Plug and play Frames per second and overall experience boost at an excellent price! Highly recommended!! Don't forget to buy thermal paste :)