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Old 04-12-2017
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Even if you only play games with your PC, Ryzen 5 is mostly more interesting then similar priced i5's. Only a small group can better choose a i5. That are the gamers, that don't play CPU heavy games and prefer 120 fps or more.
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Originally Posted by Nuckles_56 View Post
...and are doing any reasonable level of productivity...

I think it's more a mixed bag.

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That are the gamers, that don't play CPU heavy games and prefer 120 fps or more.
Like Battlefield 1?
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Anandtech review of the 6c/12t R5 1600X.

IMHO getting an R5 1600 for just $219, then OCing it a bit to 3.8~4.0GHz == spectacular bang for the buck (~ same performance than $430 i7 Extreme 6800K).
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