AMD Ryzen 5 3600 CPU Review & Benchmarks: Strong Recommendation

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  • Published: 07 July 2019
  • We benchmarked & reviewed AMD's new R5 3600 Ryzen CPU to test performance in games, Adobe Premiere, Photoshop, Blender, compression, & more.
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    In this review of AMD's new Ryzen 5 3600 CPU, we look at the remainder of Intel's i5 lineup -- primarily composed of the i5-9600K -- and run generational benchmarks versus AMD's older R5 2600/2600X and R5 1600 CPUs. All modern CPUs on the chart also have overclock numbers accompanying them. Memory was 3200MHz CL14 with manually configured secondary and tertiary timings for all bench platforms, ensuring data accuracy and consistency. 3200MHz is the highest frequency that works on everything we benchmarked in this list, allowing us to control a variable while still using a reasonable memory speed. We'll do separate benchmarking on memory scaling. In the meantime, this benchmark tests the AMD R5 3600 for power consumption, Blender performance, Premiere, Photoshop, 7-Zip, V-Ray, GCC code compiling, and more, alongside gaming benchmarks versus Intel. Our reviews of the AMD R9 3900X, R7 3700X, AMD RX 5700 XT, and AMD RX 5700 are forthcoming or have already been published, depending on when you check this video. Be sure to check back regularly to catch all of the reviews -- they're mostly done! AMD vs. Intel 2019 has officially started.

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  • Gamers Nexus
    Gamers Nexus   3 months back

    AMD RX 5700 XT review: https://youtu.be/7AbNeht4tAE
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    • deminybs
      deminybs  2 months back

      I just picked up one of these today, very happy with it so far, got it @4.2ghz @1.35v using a deep cool captain 240ex AIO .
      replaced my 2700x , staying alot closer to 144fps to match monitors refresh rate in BFV everything ultra @1440p .
      Excellent chip for the money , may get a 3900x in the future

    • Beast Mode Off
      Beast Mode Off  2 months back

      @Alex Gabriel Definitely. Games that would use only 4 cores will see noticeable improvements due to the higher IPC of each core in the 3600, games that utilize more than 4 cores/threads will ofc see improvements due to the 2 extra cores (8 extra threads in total cause the 6500 isn't hyperthreaded). Plus the extra cores/threads also give more headroom to run discord / play youtube music vids without noticeably impacting FPS

    • Alex Gabriel
      Alex Gabriel  3 months back

      so how does it compare to my 200$ i5 6500 that i got like 3 years ago? :) worth upgrading to 3600?

    • Beast Mode Off
      Beast Mode Off  3 months back

      the link to your 5700xt review is actually this video

  • Austin Oligario
    Austin Oligario  6 days back

    Streaming benchmarks? :)

    • The AfroPlaylist(Fro-Tho)

      was going to grab an R7 2700x and this is literally the same price with slightly better performance. ok I'm Sold!

      • ThatBlueFA5
        ThatBlueFA5  1 weeks back

        Is it worth upgrading from a 2600? For a 144hz gamer that plays basically everything. I have quite a few instances when the cpu cant keep up and i get frame drops down to the low 50's

        • cwli1
          cwli1  7 days back

          See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nXoblGMu98 and also search for processor monitoring software to see how the 2600 really performs.

          Someone made a good point: AMD architecture is going to drive the next-generation consoles. Microsoft worked with AMD for the new Xbox.

        • ThatBlueFA5
          ThatBlueFA5  7 days back

          @cwli1 that makes alot of sense. Thanks for all the info!

        • cwli1
          cwli1  7 days back

          It's not that the 2600 isn't good enough. It's that so many gamers don't want DirectX12 since they hate Windows 10 and only like the games they already play and who never play multi-player online games. Directx11 was designed for old processors, not the modern Ryzens. Even the new MS flight sim uses 11.

          Someone said that one of the Tomb Raider games play well on DX12 but is crippled by 11.

          You can see a list of vulkan-supported games https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulkan_(API) which suit the 2600 more.

          New games will never progress as so many gamers are stuck in the past, and who also feel that their old Intel processor will never need upgrading. Game writers have to cater to those idiots.

          For help https://community.amd.com/community/support-forums/general-discussion

        • ThatBlueFA5
          ThatBlueFA5  7 days back

          @cwli1 yup

        • cwli1
          cwli1  7 days back

          Are you playing mainly directx 11 games?

      • Andrew S
        Andrew S  1 weeks back

        50+ degrees on idle with temp spikes into 60s. Under load into high 80s. Stock cooler. Repasted and reseated. Fresh install windows install, latest chipset and bios. Is there an issue with my CPU or is an aftermarket cooler a prerequisite?

        • cwli1
          cwli1  1 weeks back

          The Wraith Stealth is a bad cooler. Try the Cooler Master 212 evo or the smaller Antec a40 pro. Thermal Grizzly Hydronaut is a very good paste.

          “My ONLY point of frustration came from some instability I experienced that took me a while to troubleshoot, first thinking it was probably some sort of memory incompatibility. It ended up being an incompatibility with the Windows 10 Ryzen power plan that was installed. Switched to the regular "Performance" plan and its been rock solid ever since.”

          If the processor idles at a high temperature: disable all 3 bios options for Precision Boost Overdrive (PBO). Set Windows Power Plan (not AMD's one) for "Balanced".

          For help https://community.amd.com/community/support-forums/general-discussion

      • Emilio Ayoub
        Emilio Ayoub  2 weeks back

        What is the SMT off on the R 5 3600 CPU ?

        • 50caliberFistFK
          50caliberFistFK  2 weeks back

          Rhyzen doesn't support DDR3 so... FAIL. Not upgrading.

          • 50caliberFistFK
            50caliberFistFK  2 weeks back

            Rhyzen doesn't support DDR3 so... FAIL. Not upgrading.

            • 50caliberFistFK
              50caliberFistFK  1 weeks back

              @Kden DDR3 is 2014.... back in the 80's we were using SIPP... and then SIMM sticks.

            • Kden
              Kden  1 weeks back

              who the hell still uses ddr3 go back to 80´s

          • COD Mobile I Kled Ger
            COD Mobile I Kled Ger  2 weeks back

            Db?

            • carlos hernandez
              carlos hernandez  2 weeks back

              I found the 3600x same price than 3600.. 200dlls

              • Compton Japan
                Compton Japan  3 weeks back

                HUMNAHUMNAHUMNA ONE HUNDREEEED, HUMNAHUMNAHUMNA WHO'LL GIVE ME A HUNNID FIDDY, HUMNAHUMNAHUMNAHUMNA TWOOOOO HUNDRED!!!! I GOT TWO HUNDRED HUMNAHUMNAHUMNA... Damn dude, take a break here and there.

                • KJW Fifa
                  KJW Fifa  3 weeks back

                  probably a stupid question but does the CPU come with thermal paste?

                  • jb602
                    jb602  3 weeks back

                    Preapplied on the included cooler.

                • Crusader_13
                  Crusader_13  3 weeks back

                  Will the ryzen 5 3600 run obs good, and keep the streams and recordings from being pixelated and laggy

                  • cwli1
                    cwli1  2 weeks back

                    Yes. It's very powerful.

                    Ryzen only installs on Windows 10. For help https://community.amd.com/community/support-forums/general-discussion

                    You can use a small screwdriver to put one rice-grain-size blob of thermal paste on the CPU near the center and it will cover the two or three areas where the processor dies are as the paste will spread out when the cooler is placed on it. Thermal paste was designed to fill in the tiny cracks between the heatspreader (CPU casing) and the cooler, not as a primary heat-transfer compound. Too much paste does more harm than good so it's not needed in the corners. Use the small screwdriver to straighten any bent pins too. Renew the paste every 12–18 months. See https://binged.it/2ZL6INa

                • Ghetto Cy
                  Ghetto Cy  3 weeks back

                  that cat seem bored with intel chips XD

                  • Paulius Petrauskas
                    Paulius Petrauskas  3 weeks back

                    I just built a system with the ryzen 5 3600 and it runs quite hot... When seriously gaming - 85 degrees Celsius. Is that normal?

                    • segaprophet
                      segaprophet  2 weeks back

                      My R5 3600 was topping out around 85c under load with the Wraith Stealth cooler - switching that out for a Noctua NH-U12S dropped peak temps by 15-20c, now peak temps hover around 67-68c. Idle temps also dropped by roughly 15c. I expect you can get within spitting distance of those results with cheaper but decent aftermarket coolers like CM Hyper 212 Evo as well.

                    • cwli1
                      cwli1  3 weeks back

                      If you get the 3600, 2600, 2200g, or 2400G the Wraith Stealth is a bad cooler. Try the Cooler Master 212 evo or the smaller Antec a40 pro. Thermal Grizzly Hydronaut is a very good paste.

                      You can use a small screwdriver to put one rice-grain-size blob of thermal paste on the CPU near the center and it will cover the two or three areas where the processor dies are as the paste will spread out when the cooler is placed on it. Thermal paste was designed to fill in the tiny cracks between the heatspreader (CPU casing) and the cooler, not as a primary heat-transfer compound. Too much paste does more harm than good so it's not needed in the corners. Use the small screwdriver to straighten any bent pins too. Renew the paste every 12–18 months. See https://binged.it/2ZL6INa

                      For help https://community.amd.com/community/support-forums/general-discussion

                  • shinofilms
                    shinofilms  3 weeks back

                    I really want to get this with my Gtx 1660ti
                    The only thing that’s holding me back is if this cpu has any heating issues?

                    • cwli1
                      cwli1  3 weeks back

                      None but if you get the 3600, 2600, 2200g, or 2400G the Wraith Stealth is a bad cooler. Try the Cooler Master 212 evo or the smaller Antec a40 pro. Thermal Grizzly Hydronaut is a very good paste.

                      You can use a small screwdriver to put one rice-grain-size blob of thermal paste on the CPU near the center and it will cover the two or three areas where the processor dies are as the paste will spread out when the cooler is placed on it. Thermal paste was designed to fill in the tiny cracks between the heatspreader (CPU casing) and the cooler, not as a primary heat-transfer compound. Too much paste does more harm than good so it's not needed in the corners. Use the small screwdriver to straighten any bent pins too. Renew the paste every 12–18 months. See https://binged.it/2ZL6INa

                      For help https://community.amd.com/community/support-forums/general-discussion

                      A new Ryzen user wrote: “make sure windows 10 allocates enough space for virtual memory because my computer was stuttering for a while”. (I think they mean the page file/swap file. It really means they didn't do so with their old processor.)

                      “My ONLY point of frustration came from some instability I experienced that took me a while to troubleshoot, first thinking it was probably some sort of memory incompatibility. It ended up being an incompatibility with the Windows 10 Ryzen power plan that was installed. Switched to the regular "Performance" plan and its been rock solid ever since.”

                      If the processor idles at a high temperature: disable all 3 bios options for Precision Boost Overdrive (PBO). Set Windows Power Plan (not AMD's one) for "Balanced".

                  • Mr.Divergent
                    Mr.Divergent  4 weeks back

                    ok ok hold on, what cheaper micro atx motherboard would be compatible with this cpu???

                    • Joe Martinez
                      Joe Martinez  4 weeks back

                      I just picked up the 2700x it was on sale for 197 and I had an extra 15 off. I was debating the 3600 but I just couldnt pass up the 2700x for that price. Do you guys think I made a good choice? I plan to game and stream and edit videos.

                      • cwli1
                        cwli1  4 weeks back

                        It's amazing for running software and operating systems at the same time now and into the far future.

                        For help https://community.amd.com/community/support-forums/general-discussion

                        Tuning Ryzen for better performance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTT5mhqmjJc

                        A new Ryzen user wrote: “make sure windows 10 allocates enough space for virtual memory because my computer was stuttering for a while”. (I think they mean the page file/swap file. It really means they didn't do so with their old processor.)

                        “My ONLY point of frustration came from some instability I experienced that took me a while to troubleshoot, first thinking it was probably some sort of memory incompatibility. It ended up being an incompatibility with the Windows 10 Ryzen power plan that was installed. Switched to the regular "Performance" plan and its been rock solid ever since.”

                    • LE4F
                      LE4F  1 months back

                      What is a decent motherboard to go with this cpu? I also have a gtx 1660 ti.

                      • E G G
                        E G G  1 months back

                        B450 tomahawk is good

                    • Tarubro
                      Tarubro  1 months back

                      Is it enough to stream Fortnite at 1080p 60fps at 10k bitrate while keeping a frame rate of 144fps at competitive settings?

                      • Supreme King
                        Supreme King  1 months back

                        Please tell me the regime for your hair care! Diet and Shampoos Too!

                        • Lucas Vieira
                          Lucas Vieira  1 months back

                          28:32 That is what you need to know

                          • It's Akile
                            It's Akile  1 months back

                            So..I should go with the 2700X over the 3600 if I do more than game right?

                            • trancelistic
                              trancelistic  1 months back

                              Got a 2600 and 3600. Lovely cpu's. I don't oc them, Its not needed,

                              • McDucky
                                McDucky  1 months back

                                Really goot quality presentation with plenty of information, even if it's a bit dense and monotonous.
                                There, I reviewed the review.

                                • Archifen records
                                  Archifen records  1 months back

                                  Will ryzen 3600 be enough for streaming and gaming or I should buy ryzen 2700x

                                  • TopdeckLethal
                                    TopdeckLethal  1 months back

                                    why the fuck would buy a Zen+ plus anything over a zen 2 anything?

                                    No, the 3600 is a better deal than the 2700.

                                    The is X sku cpus are just a marketing scam.

                                • CherryBombs
                                  CherryBombs  2 months back

                                  hey guys just wondering what temps you are getting for ryzen 3600. I just got it recently but my temp seems to be on the high side.

                                  • Ben FR27
                                    Ben FR27  2 months back

                                    AMD 3rd Gen Ryzen Boost Clock Investigation:
                                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2SzF3IiMaE&t=1s

                                    an Asrock AB350M Pro4 card at 70 euros, will give better performance on cinebench R20 compare to a Gigabyte X570 Aorus Xtreme, the card to 800 euros.

                                    • Steve Smith
                                      Steve Smith  2 months back

                                      why is the passmark scores for the Ryzen 3rd gen so high compared to 2nd gen


                                      take the 3600 vs 2600.


                                      score is like 20,000 vs 13,500.

                                      no way the difference is that much?

                                      • gary
                                        gary  2 months back

                                        @Steve Smith like, for example, the Floating Point Math benchmark score should expectedly be much higher on Zen 2, because (quote from AnandTech) "AMD has increased the execution unit width from 128-bit to 256-bit, allowing for single-cycle AVX2 calculations, rather than cracking the calculation into two instructions and two cycles."

                                      • gary
                                        gary  2 months back

                                        @Steve Smith it's not randomly high, it's the collection of tests they use that make it look so high.

                                      • Steve Smith
                                        Steve Smith  2 months back

                                        @gary but the scores hitting like 45% improvement

                                        none of these tech review videos or articles I've read with synthetic benchmarks hit improvement percentages like that

                                        why is the improvement so randomly high in passmarks tests

                                      • gary
                                        gary  2 months back

                                        Passmark CPU benchmark has multiple different test, not just one, Ryzen 3000 has lots of architectural improvements that boost scores in them.

                                    • Scott White
                                      Scott White  2 months back

                                      for gaming the 3600 doesn't make any sense

                                    • JuicyBepis
                                      JuicyBepis  2 months back

                                      is the 3600 good for streaming

                                      • cwli1
                                        cwli1  2 months back

                                        Yes, people with lesser Ryzens stream fine.

                                        Ryzen only installs on Windows 10. For help https://community.amd.com/community/support-forums/processors

                                        You can use a small screwdriver to put an uncooked-rice-grain-sized blob of thermal paste on the CPU in the middle. Also use it to straighten any bent pins. Renew the paste every 12–18 months.

                                        Tuning Ryzen for better performance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTT5mhqmjJc

                                        (If you get the 3600, 2600, 2200g, or 2400G the Wraith Stealth is a bad cooler. Try the Cooler Master 212 evo or the smaller Antec a40 pro. Thermal Grizzly Hydronaut is a very good paste.)

                                        MSI have just released 'Max' versions of their B450 motherboards with Ryzen 3000 support out of the box. https://forum-en.msi.com is MSI's forum.

                                        A new Ryzen user wrote: “make sure windows 10 allocates enough space for virtual memory because my computer was stuttering for a while”. (I think they mean the page file/swap file. It really means they didn't do so with their old processor.)

                                        “My ONLY point of frustration came from some instability I experienced that took me a while to troubleshoot, first thinking it was probably some sort of memory incompatibility. It ended up being an incompatibility with the Windows 10 Ryzen power plan that was installed. Switched to the regular "Performance" plan and its been rock solid ever since.”

                                        If the processor idles at a high temperature: disable all 3 bios options for Precision Boost Overdrive (PBO). Set Windows Power Plan (not AMD's one) for "Balanced".

                                    • Astro
                                      Astro  2 months back

                                      Those synthetic benchmarks results on 3600 were amazing!Great CPU.

                                      • ZerolFx12
                                        ZerolFx12  2 months back

                                        Hey, i have a 3600 but instead of ot being at 3.6ghz base its at 3.77ghz but i havent changed any setting, is that normal?

                                        • cwli1
                                          cwli1  2 months back

                                          For help https://community.amd.com/community/support-forums/processors

                                      • Denver Attaway
                                        Denver Attaway  2 months back

                                        Just got my CPU from NewEgg today. My build
                                        MSI X470 gaming plus, r5 3600; 32gigs ddr4 @3200 MHz , 1070ti 8gigs, Noctua D14 Heatsink.

                                        • Nostalgic memories
                                          Nostalgic memories  2 months back

                                          can you tell me reason why you went for 32 gigs of ram? no game uses more than 12gb no matter resolution.... even 16gb is overkill for few years.

                                        • NeverLoot1337 _
                                          NeverLoot1337 _  2 months back

                                          Has the processor served good? Amy problems with games?

                                        • Samrat Kundu
                                          Samrat Kundu  2 months back

                                          Have you faced any BIOS issue with that board!?

                                      • Gaurav Sapkota
                                        Gaurav Sapkota  2 months back

                                        0:31 and 0:34 *I see what you did there Steve*

                                        • Samrat Kundu
                                          Samrat Kundu  2 months back

                                          I'm building a pc for audio editing on Cubase..!
                                          I won't do overclock and won't be able to upgrade before 4years..
                                          So Ryzen 5 3600 + B450 Vs i7 8700 + B365m..
                                          Which one should I consider for better performance and longer run????

                                          • gary
                                            gary  2 months back

                                            ​@Ложка Поварешка 2 out of 8 cores would probably be occupied by console operating system, so 6 cores for games will still be great.
                                            I just got 3600 to replace my RMA'd 1700 instead of 2700 because of better gaming performance and lower power consumption with no need to overclock.
                                            3600 has pretty much the same multi-core performance as OC'd 1700.

                                            The only thing I touched was FCLK, which I cranked up to 1800MHz, because it gives me better Latency, Write and Copy performance on my 2666MHz RAM.

                                          • Samrat Kundu
                                            Samrat Kundu  2 months back

                                            @Ложка Поварешка thanks man! 😌

                                          • Ложка Поварешка
                                            Ложка Поварешка  2 months back

                                            @Samrat Kundu 3600 stock is very good. For games is best option for 4-5 years. PlayStation 5 consists of Zen2 8/16, probably 3700X, and amd Navi rdna2, "RX6700" probably with Ray Traycing. Cpu is officially confirmed. Therefore Zen2 3600 is good too.

                                          • Samrat Kundu
                                            Samrat Kundu  2 months back

                                            @Ложка Поварешка Can I would able to use this for 4years at least?
                                            Well I'll never overclock though!

                                          • Ложка Поварешка
                                            Ложка Поварешка  2 months back

                                            @Samrat Kundu I want to buy 3600 or 2700 next month and i in hesitation) In your case 3600 is best choice.

                                        • MuffinB0x
                                          MuffinB0x  2 months back

                                          Went with this for my first ever PC build. Pretty excited!

                                          • S3çl3t Nundak
                                            S3çl3t Nundak  2 months back

                                            Migliore scheda madre per 3600x? need x570 for this?

                                            • cwli1
                                              cwli1  2 months back

                                              Ryzen only installs on Windows 10. For help https://community.amd.com/community/support-forums/processors

                                              You can use a small screwdriver to put an uncooked-rice-grain-sized blob of thermal paste on the CPU in the middle. Also use it to straighten any bent pins. Renew the paste every 12–18 months.

                                              Tuning Ryzen for better performance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTT5mhqmjJc

                                              MSI have just released 'Max' versions of their B450 motherboards with Ryzen 3000 support out of the box. https://forum-en.msi.com is MSI's forum.

                                          • Ben FR27
                                            Ben FR27  2 months back

                                            so an upgrade to ryzen is useless, the i7 7700k rivals the ryzen 5 3600, so I think I will forget these processors ryzen, no OC, gpu scaling, boost frequency not respected it's all a brothel between majs AGESA, the oc of the memory etc ..., in short I pass my way, go i7 9700k

                                            • packman67ny
                                              packman67ny  2 months back

                                              Started watching these at 0.75 speed because Steve is a fast talker. Now he sounds stoned instead :)

                                              • Kamote Banana
                                                Kamote Banana  2 months back

                                                @Gamer Nexus

                                                i got a question:

                                                the AMD Ryzen 5 3600 is a 3rd generation Ryzen processor because it starts with a "3" ...as in 3600
                                                and
                                                the AMD RYZEN 7 2700 is a 2nd generation Ryzen processor because it starts with a "2"...as in 2700

                                                am i correct?

                                                • Michael Vranic
                                                  Michael Vranic  2 months back

                                                  It is ryzen 1gen (1000) then ryzen 1gen + (2000) and then ryzen 2gen (3000) and ryzen 2 gen + (4000 - announced) The second gen is 7nm and the first is 12nm.

                                                • Michael Vranic
                                                  Michael Vranic  2 months back

                                                  Wrong.

                                                • Neon_Lights12
                                                  Neon_Lights12  2 months back

                                                  Correct

                                              • Sun Dog
                                                Sun Dog  2 months back

                                                I bought the 3600X and whenever i play games and stream on OBS i get BSOD in less than 2 mins. ive tried every fix i can think of and it still crashes. can anyone help me?

                                                • cwli1
                                                  cwli1  2 months back

                                                  @Sun Dog, For help https://community.amd.com/community/support-forums/general-discussion

                                                • Sun Dog
                                                  Sun Dog  2 months back

                                                  @S3çl3t Nundak but isnt a 3600 suppose to do just fine?

                                                • S3çl3t Nundak
                                                  S3çl3t Nundak  2 months back

                                                  Dude for streaming + game probably u need 3700x for 2 more cores and thread.

                                              • hussain mahmud
                                                hussain mahmud  2 months back

                                                does it make a big difference overclocking the r5 3600? because then i would have to pay morr for a good vrm motherboard!

                                                • N0Lif3
                                                  N0Lif3  2 months back

                                                  20:19 could somebody link me to where I can download this Blender monkey-head project file? I want to compare the render time on my very-old computer to that of the times shown in this video so I can understand just how much of an upgrade it would be to upgrade to a new computer. I'm a big blender guy

                                                  • Neon_Lights12
                                                    Neon_Lights12  2 months back

                                                    It's a Gamers Nexus created render made for their benchmarking, I doubt it would be available. If it would it would be on the website

                                                • OctoMan PC's
                                                  OctoMan PC's  2 months back

                                                  This is where OTHER Tech Youtubers come for the REAL technical analysis!

                                                  • LPG Naive
                                                    LPG Naive  2 months back

                                                    Does the cpu come with a fan?

                                                    • cwli1
                                                      cwli1  2 months back

                                                      Yes. If you get the 3600, 2600, 2200g, or 2400G the Wraith Stealth is a bad cooler. Try the Cooler Master 212 evo or the smaller Antec a40 pro. Thermal Grizzly Hydronaut is a very good paste.

                                                  • MarlonPC Player
                                                    MarlonPC Player  2 months back

                                                    How many years the 2700 have of lifetime with the next consoles in the next corner ?

                                                  • Dylan Bass
                                                    Dylan Bass  2 months back

                                                    Don't you get nervous standing next to that tank of liquid nitrogen?