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Core i5 11600K vs Ryzen 5 5600X - Test in 9 Games
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Core i5 11600K vs Ryzen 5 5600X - Test in 9 Games

Core i5 11600K OC 5.0GHz vs Ryzen 5 5600X OC 4.8GHz l 1080p
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You also need to consider the cost of a motherboard. For these tests you are looking at about $730 for the mobo and CPU for intel vs $690 for the AMD options. Most people will not be pairing a low to mid range CPU with those boards. If you use average $150-180 motherboards instead of $400+ for both and have the costs similar for both systems, the results will be quite different as the options for overclocking are much better for AMD in those ranges.

Author — gscurd75

The 60w difference of power consumption can make you to change a new power supply. I have 3080 pared with r5 5600x and I can still use my old PSU (650w) that I tried stress test GPU and CPU it consumed around 520-570w. But imagine if I buy i5 11600k that consumes 150w (only CPU), maybe I have to change to 750w that doesn’t make senses. the I5 is not supposed to draw power like 10 cores CPU. It’s ridiculous because of 14nm.

Author — Mr X

Basically a tie in performance if you count in max ram oc on both parts with 11600K showing no benefint above 3733 due to gear 2 and 5600X maxing out at 4000-4200 depending on bin. The biggest problem with 5600X is cpu price. The biggest problem with 11600K is MB-price and no cooler. A decent Z490 MB costs around 150-200usd, and a good cooler for 11600K around 50usd. A decent B550 MB costs about 100usd so basically both setups costs the same, performs similar if tweaked. Only major difference is powerconsumption which favors 5600X and temp due to large die size which favours 11600K. For the record I own a 5600X but consider the 11600K fairy equal considering what I just wrote.

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