I have 250$ now should i go with ryzen 3600 +50$ cooler or ryzen 3600X
Msi gtx 1660 ti gaming x Ryzen 2400g Msi b350 gaming plus G.skill trident z 16gb 2400mhz cl 15 (2800mhz oc cl 16) WD blue 1tb 7200rpmIf you're building a pc or...whatever, obviously you'll have a pc so can you please give me the overall specifications of the rig?
So ryzen 3600x is basically ryzen 3600 oc to 4.4 ghz?I'd go for the 3600 and the cooler. Your multi-core performance will be better especially if you overclock to 4.2 all core. You won't get as much single core performance but your temps will be way better than the 3600x on the spire. I have both CPU's. The 3600x with a good cooler is the best option performance wise but I also don't think its really justified from a value perspective. You aren't really getting an extra $50 worth of performance. If it came with a wraith prism it wouldn't even be a contest though. Unfortunately it comes with a spire and they changed that from the older version. They put a higher speed fan on it and got rid of the copper core. So now the heat-sink is worse and the fan is louder.
You're in luck... Steve at GamersNexus answers the question far better than anyone else can....I have 250$ now should i go with ryzen 3600 +50$ cooler or ryzen 3600X
Yeah. I had read somewhere or you could do this thanks for the postYou're in luck... Steve at GamersNexus answers the question far better than anyone else can....
If you've the right hardware you could all-core overclock either the 3600 or 3600X to 4.3G-ish and there's literally no difference in performance. If you enable PBO and leave it to itself (also with the right hardware) you can get slightly better single core boosting on the 'X'...for every so slightly better gaming benchmarks and mixed bag productivity.
Steve's giving this Ryzen launch a lot of great coverage. One point he kind of makes in the vid, though, is the 3600X purchase MIGHT be justified by being higher binned silicon. But he doesn't have enough samples to tell much by that.Yeah. I had read somewhere or you could do this thanks for the post