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I quickly checked some youtube benchmark comparisons..3600 shows 2 to 5 fps increase in some games. Some games showed no increase.

Obviously cpus arent just used for gaming, but that's the story for gaming.
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This is a great CPU. I've been running this 6+ months overclocked at 4.1 with just an Evo 212. Paired with a Vega 64 and I have zero complaints with gaming or multitasking for work. This is a steal at $110 with a cooler.
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Userbenchmark has gone downhill since they started rating CPUs differently. I'd use Passmark, Cinebench, YouTubers, etc.
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This or the 3600 for an extra 75? Also, does this mean we'll see a discount on the 3600 soon?
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3600 has 40% more performance, so a 40% price increase seems even.. I would go with the 3600.
I quickly checked some youtube benchmark comparisons..3600 shows 2 to 5 fps increase in some games. Some games showed no increase.

Obviously cpus arent just used for gaming, but that's the story for gaming.
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Obviously can't see into the future, but should we to expect these to drop even more on BF? Getting pretty close.
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https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Com...4040vs3955

Based on that link, 18% increase CPU performance, 14% only when both CPUs (3600 vs 2600) are overclocked. The 3600 matches the performance of the previous released 2600x. Although on another research on same site showed it about 12% higher CPU performance than the 2600x, considering the 2600x has a higher TDP of 95w (3600 is at 65w tdp). For me, I'd stick with a r5 2600 for best bang for the buck. 3600 if you don't have to save money money or can get it at a better price than what it is now, which I don't think will get lower until they release the replacement/upgrade chip of it.
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https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Com...4040vs3955

Based on that link, 18% increase CPU performance, 14% only when both CPUs (3600 vs 2600) are overclocked. The 3600 matches the performance of the previous released 2600x. For me, I'd stick with a r5 2600 for best bang for the buck. 3600 if you don't have to save money money.
Userbenchmark has gone downhill since they started rating CPUs differently. I'd use Passmark, Cinebench, YouTubers, etc.
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I quickly checked some youtube benchmark comparisons..3600 shows 2 to 5 fps increase in some games. Some games showed no increase.

Obviously cpus arent just used for gaming, but that's the story for gaming.
So virtually no difference in gaming? I'm piecing together part for my next build and $75 would go towards new ram or a case. I only use my PC for gaming.
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Userbenchmark has gone downhill since they started rating CPUs differently. I'd use Passmark, Cinebench, YouTubers, etc.
For sure. I also look at those! I just did that as initial reference since the other guy said 40% increase in performance which is highly unlikely.
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Was debating between 2600, 2700 and 3600. Newegg via ebay has 3600 for $177.65 so I went with 3600.
At least its better to get Ryzen than overprice intel cpu lol
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So virtually no difference in gaming? I'm piecing together part for my next build and $75 would go towards new ram or a case. I only use my PC for gaming.
Exactly. For gaming, having a newer chip vs a year old chip doesn't justify the price comparing performance they both give. I'd go for this if I'm building right now and put that money on a better GPU. IMO
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Black Friday should be interesting I guess..
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Exactly. For gaming, having a newer chip vs a year old chip doesn't justify the price comparing performance they both give. I'd go for this if I'm building right now and put that money on a better GPU. IMO
I already purchased the rtx 2070 so I think I'm going to pull the trigger on this. Thanks!
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This is a great CPU. I've been running this 6+ months overclocked at 4.1 with just an Evo 212. Paired with a Vega 64 and I have zero complaints with gaming or multitasking for work. This is a steal at $110 with a cooler.
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