|On-board graphics adapter||no|
|Thermal specification||203.0 °F|
|Clock speed||3.4 GHz|
|Max turbo speed||3.9 GHz|
|Number of cores||6|
|Number of threads||12|
|Thermal Design Power (TDP)||65.0 W|
|Processor lithography||0.0 in|
|Memory clock speeds supported by processor||2933.0 MHz|
|Memory types supported by processor||DDR4 SDRAM|
If you are looking for a CPU with excellent price-to-performance value, and you like to tinker, then give the Ryzen 5 2600 and Ryzen 7 2700 a look.
For PC builders or upgraders seeking a moderate-price CPU for multitasking, playing games, and running common consumer applications, AMD's Ryzen 5 2600X offers superb bang for the buck.
Is AMD's Ryzen 5 2600 the best-value all-round CPU ever?
It is time to have a look at the non-X model Ryzen 5 2600. The 'regular' six-core proc is a few tenners cheaper compared to the 2600X model, but really, it's the same stuff. It's just that the X i... Introduction
The Ryzen 5 2600 is AMD's most affordable 12 nm processor you can buy, and fills the shoes of the popular Ryzen 5 1600. Thanks to its twelve threads, it will breeze through multi-threaded workloads, and its gaming performance has been improved a lot too, beating last generation's Ryzen 7 1800X flagship.
An exceptional gaming and mid-tier workstation processor.
AMD's Ryzen 5 2600 pushes six execution cores into a $200 price point. But it's only $20 less expensive than the 95W Ryzen 5 2600X. As a result, Ryzen 5 2600's 65W TDP seems to be the CPU's main differentiator.
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