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AMD Ryzen 5 5600G 3.9GHz 6-Core 12-Thread Desktop Processor EXPIRED

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Amazon has AMD Ryzen 5 5600G 6-Core 12-Thread Desktop Processor w/ Radeon Graphics (100-100000252BOX) on sale for $109.64. Shipping is free.

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  • 6 Cores & 12 Threads
  • 3.9 GHz Base Clock
  • 4.4 GHz Max Boost Clock
  • Socket AM4
  • 3MB L2 & 16MB L3 Cache
  • AMD Radeon Graphics
  • DDR4-3200 Memory
  • Supports PCIe 3.0
  • Unlocked Processor

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Ryzen 5600G (6-Core 12-Thread Unlocked Desktop Processor with Radeon Graphics) for $109.64 from Amazon. According to CCC it's the lowest price ever for a new 5600G from Amazon.

Also, "Get 10% back on amount charged to an Amazon Prime credit card." I took the extra $1 credit for no rush shipping as well.

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5600 has more cache but most of all supports PCI express 4.0 whereas the G supports only 3.0.
Better get a 5600 for $118 instead if you want to pair it with a GPU.
The 5600 has 2x the cache (16MB vs 32MB) and has much faster data transfer rates (PCI 4) for storage and GPUs.

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Great price, but delivery is in a month!

Regardless, thanks Op
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Great price, but delivery is in a month!

Regardless, thanks Op
Shows 3 weeks for me. But usually amazon will beat the estimated delivery date if they are the seller. They are just waiting for more stock to arrive.
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It was front page at $114 and this is a fraction of that price! ;-)
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Repped got one said it wont ship until january 18th but I don't need it right away anyways
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Better get a 5600 for $118 instead if you want to pair it with a GPU.
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Lowest price I've seen for this one. I want to say performance is very similar to the 5600X. I could be wrong
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Better get a 5600 for $118 instead if you want to pair it with a GPU.
5600 seems to perform almost the same. What would be the benefit of going with 5600?
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$20 cheaper than when I bought mine several weeks ago
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very good CPU. I got it from microcenter for $129 with free B450 motherboard.
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5600 seems to perform almost the same. What would be the benefit of going with 5600?
The difference is extremely marginal. I'd go with the G for resale or reuse value alone even if I was adding a discrete GPU
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5600 seems to perform almost the same. What would be the benefit of going with 5600?
5600 has more cache but most of all supports PCI express 4.0 whereas the G supports only 3.0.
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Better get a 5600 for $118 instead if you want to pair it with a GPU.
I got the 5600G a month ago because I figured I'd run it without a GPU at first and see if it is sufficient for light gaming. It's been solid.

But with decent $100 GPUs floating around that are 3x the tflops of the 5600G iGPU, it might be the better path.
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5600 seems to perform almost the same. What would be the benefit of going with 5600?


The 5600 has 2x the cache (16MB vs 32MB) and has much faster data transfer rates (PCI 4) for storage and GPUs.
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