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post #3831 of 3840 (permalink) Old 11-07-2019, 10:46 AM
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Lol. This video proves 3600 is the better gaming cpu and worse at productivity against 9900ks
It does not show that the 3600 is better at anything. It only shows that the 3600 may be a good value.

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post #3832 of 3840 (permalink) Old 11-07-2019, 06:03 PM
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Picked up a 3600 this week and have been playing with memory settings mostly. Won't have custom loop ready until next week so not pushing cpu yet.

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Lol. This video proves 3600 is the better gaming cpu and worse at productivity against 9900ks
For the value it provides, i'd say, yes. All stock it is just perfect for 1440.


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Lol. This video proves 3600 is the better gaming cpu and worse at productivity against 9900ks
?? It shows that the Intel cpu is faster in games, but the 3600 is close enough at a much better cost, so more value for the money.
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Hey adventures of my pesky ryzen 5 1600 continues! I finally was able to set up proper case cooling for it and now i have 2 front intake fans (i could mount 3 but no point to cool my psu cables) 2 top exhaust fans and 1 rear exhaust fans, again i beat my scores in cinebench without touching anything cpu wise!

My temps are now much better too

Last high score was 2735 points in cinebench 20 with maximum temp of 75.3 C reported by hwinfo

My now high score is this!

So as u can see by mounting extra 3 silent fans (they run off molex connector) rated for 12.9db and 1200rpm i managed to drop my max temp during cinebench by 9 C ! Im honestly surprised how big of a difference it made
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I was trying yesterday to get my 1600 to work at 4.1 ghz and i just cant get it stable, i went as far as 1.419v core and the cpu keeps shutting off at like 70% of cb20 run completed, i feel like i might not reach 4.1 whatever i try, also i dont think it's even worth it as my cooler gets pretty loud at 100% fan speed (i set it up so it goes 100% speed above 70c) sad pepe hands.

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I was trying yesterday to get my 1600 to work at 4.1 ghz and i just cant get it stable, i went as far as 1.419v core and the cpu keeps shutting off at like 70% of cb20 run completed, i feel like i might not reach 4.1 whatever i try, also i dont think it's even worth it as my cooler gets pretty loud at 100% fan speed (i set it up so it goes 100% speed above 70c) sad pepe hands.
Sounds like you are hitting the voltage wall your cpu has, i know on my (not an AMD example but it should apply nonetheless) i7-5775C the jump from 4.4GHz to 4.5GHz is 0.1v for it 1.4v to 1.5v.

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Sounds like you are hitting the voltage wall your cpu has, i know on my (not an AMD example but it should apply nonetheless) i7-5775C the jump from 4.4GHz to 4.5GHz is 0.1v for it 1.4v to 1.5v.
heck yes! i finally managed to get 4.1 stable at 1.425v core
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