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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 12-19-2019, 07:28 PM - Thread Starter
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Ryzen 5 3600 performance at default settings w/3600mhz Ram

Just put together a 3600 based rig and thought I'd post some performance numbers from the perspective of an average user. Hopefully someone who is considering a purchase of this chip will get some use from them.
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MSI x570 MEG ACE
32 GB OF GSKILL NEO CL 16 3600 MHZ RAM 16-19-19-39-85 1T
INTEL 660 1TB -OS drive
WD BLUE 2 TB - Storage
THERMALTAKE 360 FLO RING AIO - at settings tested the Wraith stealth hit 83C during R-20 run whereas the TT cooler hit 69C.

I included the average scores for geekbench 5 for comparison.

If you have something you'd like me to run , I'd try to provide that for you.
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I installed the RTX 2080 and ran some tests.

Interesting results here, wonder why the FX managed a couple wins in the graphics scores.
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Gaming benchmarks to follow.
Borderlands 3

EDIT : I matched the settings shown in this review https://techgage.com/article/borderl...-benchmarking/ - my average was 88 fps.
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Seems like a monster Vantage score - all stock clocks

Good enough to take the top spot for the hardware combo at futuremark .
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Uhm, if you're gaming, you can turn off hyper-threading and clock around 200 Mhz higher for better IPC.

Also will not heat up as much.

Run CPU-Z bench. Also Cinebench R15.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Schmuckley View Post
Uhm, if you're gaming, you can turn off hyper-threading and clock around 200 Mhz higher for better IPC.

Also will not heat up as much.

Run CPU-Z bench. Also Cinebench R15.
The chip is kind of a dud for all core overclocks. On the flip side it runs sooooo fast and smooth at stock settings - I think it's my new favorite system. Mouse response is really good, and it shows up in my CSS KDR.

My son ( its his rig ) might get better performance from the games he plays by turning off SMT ( MMORPGS <RPGS etc). But for the games I like to play BF series, etc I've seen cpu usage go as high as 85% across 12 threads so I think performance in those titles might be adversely affected.

Before I started messing with the 3600, I really had no desire to upgrade my main rig with the 1800X , but I'm really tempted to build a new rig with a 3900 or 3950 in it now. 16 threads without SMT would fantastic for the BF series. Not so good for my wallet/marriage...….lol


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The chip is kind of a dud for all core overclocks. On the flip side it runs sooooo fast and smooth at stock settings - I think it's my new favorite system.
My first 3000 series chip was a R5 3600 and is my favourite as well.

I have not tried a manual OC, but chip does respond to PBO. I set 105W limits and increase clocks with +150MHz. Loads which pull equal or less than ~60W through CPU can showing ~4.3xGHz all cores boost. On the RAM front it has been no slouch either, can rock 4x8GB at 3800MHz with ease.

Recently got a Micron E die kit, I was a disbeliever that it may be as good as claims when tested for length. Blasted RAM IC is corker, a super price/performance , nailed over ~30hrs of stability testing at 3800MHz C16 1.365V.

I recently saw here in the UK R5 3600 ~£150, 2x8GB kit of Micron E for £55, throw in a mobo and that's nice upgrade bundle for anyone. Putting aside the potential for 16C/32T upgrade, gaining use of say Zen3 on same HW with possible MHz/IPC gains makes it a corker.

I reckon AMD really nailed it with 3000 series, looking forward to more good things to come .
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Quote: Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post
My first 3000 series chip was a R5 3600 and is my favourite as well.

I have not tried a manual OC, but chip does respond to PBO. I set 105W limits and increase clocks with +150MHz. Loads which pull equal or less than ~60W through CPU can showing ~4.3xGHz all cores boost. On the RAM front it has been no slouch either, can rock 4x8GB at 3800MHz with ease.

Recently got a Micron E die kit, I was a disbeliever that it may be as good as claims when tested for length. Blasted RAM IC is corker, a super price/performance , nailed over ~30hrs of stability testing at 3800MHz C16 1.365V.

I recently saw here in the UK R5 3600 ~£150, 2x8GB kit of Micron E for £55, throw in a mobo and that's nice upgrade bundle for anyone. Putting aside the potential for 16C/32T upgrade, gaining use of say Zen3 on same HW with possible MHz/IPC gains makes it a corker.

I reckon AMD really nailed it with 3000 series, looking forward to more good things to come .

It seems like AMD addressed the most glaring weakness's of the 1XXX series quite well.

I haven't pushed the ram on the new system - it's my son's after all- but it's obvious it has a lot more to offer.


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Not just the RAM speed/compatibility improvement, OS being aware of best cores is really sweet as well. I used to set affinity on Zen/Zen+ when doing some tests, on Zen2 no need. Amount of extra monitoring data for Zen2 in say Ryzen Master/HWINFO is a boon for nerd users like me .
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Quote: Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post
Not just the RAM speed/compatibility improvement, OS being aware of best cores is really sweet as well. I used to set affinity on Zen/Zen+ when doing some tests, on Zen2 no need. Amount of extra monitoring data for Zen2 in say Ryzen Master/HWINFO is a boon for nerd users like me .
It's markedly different even from my 2700 system.

I find myself browsing the 3XXX chips too often lately...lol.

Have you tried the new chips on older boards ? X370 X470 specifically?


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