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AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz Desktop Processor w/ Wraith Stealth Cooler

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Newegg via eBay has AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz 6-Core Desktop Processor w/ Wraith Stealth Cooler (YD2600BBAFBOX) on sale for $109.99. Shipping is free. Thanks RevOne

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That depends entirely on what you want to do with it. Even if only considering gaming, it depends how you prefer to play. If you're hoping to play recent games at lower resolution/quality on a very high refresh rate screen, then this CPU upgrade will make a meaningful difference. If you prefer pushing graphics settings as high as you can and running at 60fps (or lower) then you're unlikely to see much difference.

An easy way to check is look at your graphics card usage when gaming at your chosen settings. If it's consistently well below 90% and the game is still struggling to run smoothly, then your CPU is likely holding you back.
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FYI, the 10% ebay Bucks promo is now expired. It had only 3 hours left at the time this was posted.
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Question if someone can help.

Started with ryzen 5 1400 + gtx 1050ti 4gb
Now I've got a RX 580 8gb

Would this make a good enuff difference. ?

edit:. NVM, not a great price. 7$ more on Amazon and free same day ship.
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Question if someone can help.

Started with ryzen 5 1400 + gtx 1050ti 4gb
Now I've got a RX 580 8gb

Would this make a good enuff difference. ?

edit:. NVM, not a great price. 7$ more on Amazon and free same day ship.
That depends entirely on what you want to do with it. Even if only considering gaming, it depends how you prefer to play. If you're hoping to play recent games at lower resolution/quality on a very high refresh rate screen, then this CPU upgrade will make a meaningful difference. If you prefer pushing graphics settings as high as you can and running at 60fps (or lower) then you're unlikely to see much difference.

An easy way to check is look at your graphics card usage when gaming at your chosen settings. If it's consistently well below 90% and the game is still struggling to run smoothly, then your CPU is likely holding you back.
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Great processor. The 3600 is about $80 more, making this a pretty great value for 1080p/1440p gaming

If you want to do 1080p/144hz+ you may want to splurge for the 3600 or a high clocked intel part.
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Good deal. Still hoping the B550 chipset or more mATX x570 board swill come out.
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worth upgrading from 1600?
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worth upgrading from 1600?

Not really IMO. It is an upgrade but not enough to warrant the cost.

Going from a 1600 to a 3600 maybe. But not from 16 to 26.
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Not really IMO. It is an upgrade but not enough to warrant the cost.

Going from a 1600 to a 3600 maybe. But not from 16 to 26.
thanks, will put my 1600 for sale and wait for a 3600 deal.
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Back in May, even BEFORE the Zen2 release, these were $150 and came with games you could ebay for $40.

Paying the same final price as 6 months ago isn't really that slick.
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The day I installed it I instantly noticed a boost in speed, gaming was far better. works well.
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For reference, a recent thread posted on Nov. 3rd @ $117.68 gained 33 thumbs up: https://slickdeals.net/f/13509100

Also a previous Front Page deal late October @ this price: https://slickdeals.net/f/13472581
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Anyone know if this will run ps2 and Wii emulation very well? Need a new cpu cause my current one can't handle it. Have an and phenom. Thanks
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Well, So Much for all those people on SD previously hollering that the 2600 wasn't going any lower than $120 -by Black Friday.
I just wish that 1600 would budge........may just have to buy one of these around $100. Great deal though.
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