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post #3716 of (permalink) Old 08-16-2019, 04:38 PM
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Mine R5 3600 runs quite cool too, even overlclocked.

I´m using 1.408v and 1.2SOC to a rock solid 4.2 Ghz. Such easy over!

Comparing my old R5 2600 @ 4.2 too, the results are excelent! Same motherboard, memory, SSD, just a CPU swap.

R5 2600 @ 4.2Ghz: S.C:176 - M.C: 1446
R5 3600 @ 4.2Ghz: S.C:198 - M.C: 1676

The new CPU at the same clock of the old, is faster! About 12.5% in single core and 16% multi core.

Such great value CPU!

Quote: Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post
None that I know of. If OP allows, we could probably just join here. Just got my 3600 installed and surprised that it runs rather cool contrary to what I've read about it. This is at optimized default in the bios (all stock) with RAM at 2400MHz CL16.

Both Clock and Voltage downclock using Windows Balance Plan with minimum processor state at 25%.

Motherboard: Asus Prime X470 Pro
BIOS: 5007.

You gonna love it.
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AMD R5 3600 - MSI X470 Gaming Pro - nVIDIA GTX1060 6GB O.C - Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB @ 3200 - Cooler Master Storm Scout - Western Digital Green 240GB M.2 - Kyngston A400 480GB - Seagate Barracuda 1Tb - Cooler Master Hyper 212 Turbo - SamSung 32in LED - eVGA 750W - Razer Abyssus V2 - Logitech G27
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