PC Mag - Intel recently introduced its Core i7-970 CPU, a six-core chip that lacks an unlocked multiplier, is slower, and a bit less expensive than the groundbreaking Core i7-980X Extreme Edition. The Core i7-970 has made it possible to construct a top-of-the-line performance PC without going completely crazy in the process. That got us thinking: How many other "sixes" could we pack into a build and still maintain our sanity and some semblance of fiscal discipline? It turned out to be a little easier than we thought—and thus our "Big 6" gaming machine was born.
A six-core, 12-thread processor with a $299 price tag, the AMD Ryzen 5 5600X is a great choice for midrange gaming CPUs. Out of the new Zen 3-based processors the business is offering, it has the best core count and price ratio. The AMD Ryzen 5 5600X stands out when compared to the typical Intel Core i5-10600K, offering Intel serious competition (even though it comes with a little higher price tag than we're used to from Ryzens).
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