Question Need ryzen cpu advice and choices

Koekieezz

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Hi guys, i've been confused to pick between these CPUs:
Ryzen 3 3300x
Ryzen 5 3500
Ryzen 5 2600

Im going to use G.Skill trident z 2x8gb 3200mhz @C16, GTX 1650 super 4gb, and im more into Light to medium video editing (Adobe Premiere and After Effects, Vegas). And i need to choose which is more suitable for me, and which is more worth it. The Ryzen 5 2600 is currently out of stock in my area (unknown when will they restock) and i need to pick between those 3.

This is my first pc upgrade and i need your help guys, is 4c 8t worth than 6c 6t? Im using 1080p 75hz monitor.

Thank you in advance.
 

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I believe Ryzen 5 3500 is not available in retail channel (but sounds like it is in your locality). 6 core is worth it over 4. I know you said you have to pick one of the three CPUs, but Ryzen 5 3600 is the sweet spot.
 

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I believe Ryzen 5 3500 is not available in retail channel (but sounds like it is in your locality). 6 core is worth it over 4. I know you said you have to pick one of the three CPUs, but Ryzen 5 3600 is the sweet spot.
i understand 3600 is the very sweet spot, but here im really on a tight budget (the 3500 is available in my region, yet i need to pick between those 3). What make a 3500 worth over 3300X? is the extra thread worth it on the 3300X or ill just go get the 3500? Im upgrading it most for Video Editing (Premiere Pro, After Effects, Vegas)
 
i understand 3600 is the very sweet spot, but here im really on a tight budget (the 3500 is available in my region, yet i need to pick between those 3). What make a 3500 worth over 3300X? is the extra thread worth it on the 3300X or ill just go get the 3500? Im upgrading it most for Video Editing (Premiere Pro, After Effects, Vegas)
I would go for 2600 as you get most of cores/threads and performance for money if that's most you can afford.
 

Koekieezz

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I would go for 2600 as you get most of cores/threads and performance for money if that's most you can afford.
may i ask? since ryzen 2600 is already out of stock in most region in my country, my choices only left at 3300x or 3500, since i want the most performance at overall, should i go on 3300x over 3500 or 3300x over 3500? and what makes them your choice?

Im still confused between 4 core 8threads over 6 core 6 threads in real life perfromance, and which is the worth.
 
may i ask? since ryzen 2600 is already out of stock in most region in my country, my choices only left at 3300x or 3500, since i want the most performance at overall, should i go on 3300x over 3500 or 3300x over 3500? and what makes them your choice?

Im still confused between 4 core 8threads over 6 core 6 threads in real life perfromance, and which is the worth.
For gaming 4/4 is absolute minimum nowadays, often falling short with any multitasking like game + Discord although 3300x has solid IPC.
Thread count has variable results depending on a program/game. f it was me, I would go for 3500, Also don't forget R5 1600AF (not AE) if it's available to you, it's roughly equivalent to 2600.
 

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I would go for 3500, Also don't forget R5 1600AF (not AE) if it's available to you, it's roughly equivalent to 2600.
well thanks man, because R5 1600AF isnt available in my country (i know this cpu but couldnt find it in my country) and 3600 is double the price of 3300X, 3500, and even 2600. thats why im confused between those picks.
 

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