Canada Computers Canada Computers: AMD Ryzen 5 5600 Processor $164 + FREE Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Get the AMD Ryzen 5 5600 Processor for $164!

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Upgrade your computer's processor with this new offer from Canada Computers!

The sale starts November 24 and we've listed a few of the notable deals available to help get you started -- note that pricing will not reflect on product pages until the sale begins.

For a limited time, you can purchase the AMD Ryzen 5 5600 Processor for only $164.00 (regularly $259.00), including a bonus coupon that gets you an additional $10.00 off! In addition to this deal, you can get a free copy of Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection with your purchase, valued at $49.00!

Some key specs for the AMD Ryzen 5 5600 Processor include:

  • Wraith Stealth Cooler
  • 6 Cores and 12 threads
  • Boost clocks of up to 4.4GHz
  • 35MB of total cache

This offer is valid online and in-store through December 1, or while supplies last.

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    • How do you actually use that $10 coupon? When I click it the discount doesn't appear in the cart.
      You have to click "Apply Coupon" in cart.

      The field should be auto-populated with "CPHD00000661" but you can manually enter it if it isn't.
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    • What resolution do you plan playing at?
      Looking to play at 1440p on a 165hz monitor.
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    • How do you actually use that $10 coupon? When I click it the discount doesn't appear in the cart.
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    • Would this pair well with the RTX 3080 or would it bottleneck it for high framerate gaming?
      What resolution do you plan playing at?
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    • Depends on the game (esports titles only? AAA cross plats?) and what you consider high frame rate gaming (60 fps+? 120fps? 240fps?).

      You can maybe get in the 25% more performance range at 1080p going up to a 5800X3D or 13600k with the RTX 3080. Of course in these situations that's an average with outliers going either way.

      And yes there will be games that 5600 cannot do 120fps+ based on CPU limitations, which is why it depends on what your specific criteria is.

      Whether or not it's worth the deference is another matter.
      The biggest offenders are multiplayer games with large amounts of players, which review websites tend to ignore. Review websites seem to think everyone just plays gpu bound multi platform games.
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    • Should be some great deals this black Friday. The 5800x is currently 175 USD!
      Damn, ok I'll wait!
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    • c16 would be preferable if you don't mind the additional cost. This $115 is the cheapest kit I could find right now. It was previously $105 about 2-3 weeks ago, I wouldn't be surprised if its cheaper on black friday

      Cheapest 32gb 3600 C16 Kit I found $ 160.99
      Yeah I heard people don't really trust Corsair Ram so I think I'll go with the G.Skill for $10 more. https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07Z45XB3G
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    • Worth upgrading to this chip from the 2700x? Used for work 80% of the time.
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    • Any recommendations on Ram that meets those specs?

      Also wouldnt CL16 be preferable?
      c16 would be preferable if you don't mind the additional cost. This $115 is the cheapest kit I could find right now. It was previously $105 about 2-3 weeks ago, I wouldn't be surprised if its cheaper on black friday

      Cheapest 32gb 3600 C16 Kit I found $ 160.99
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    • same price on amazon, other than the $10 coupon, and id always prefer to buy from just about anywhere than CC.
      amazon will not honor the uncharted legacy of thieves game code though
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    • Where at?
      Microcenter USA
      Requires a $25 coupon and pick up instore.
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    • amazon shows it at $159.99 ... no game
      That is 5600G
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    • amazon shows it at $159.99 ... no game
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    • Should be some great deals this black Friday. The 5800x is currently 175 USD!
      Where at?
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    • Any recommendations on Ram that meets those specs?

      Also wouldnt CL16 be preferable?
      3600CL16 is faster than 3600CL18 however it is more expensive, at current prices around $50 more or ~45% more.

      The cheapest 3600CL16 are also not going to Samsung B-dies anymore either (which people could tune even faster/lower latency). Not sure if it's even guaranteed dual rank anymore either (which is faster than single rank 2x16GB).

      Some of what you've heard regarding this is based on dated information. In the past the relative price delta was often much smaller and you were guaranteed Samsung B-Dies and dual rank.

      Whether or not it's worth the money now is up to you.

      In terms of ram in general nowadays for DDR4 unless you want to buy very expensive DDR4 that is guaranteed Samsung B-dies it's basically luck of the draw. So aside from the official specs just buy whatever brand you are comfortable with and/or you find looks nicer if that matters.
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    • I wouldn't mix and match ram. Since you current kit is ddr4-3200 the new kit will also run at that speed. You can find 32gb(2x16) ddr4-3600 c18 for like $110
      Any recommendations on Ram that meets those specs?

      Also wouldnt CL16 be preferable?
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    • Other than the new kit running at reduced speed, are there other concerns to be aware of ?
      Running 4 DIMMs tends to be harder in terms of frequency tolerances on the vast majority of motherboards (some few motherboards use a different memory trace layout, but this has other tradeoffs).

      This means you may no longer be able to run at the speed you could with your 2x8 GB kit.
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    • I wouldn't mix and match ram. Since you current kit is ddr4-3200 the new kit will also run at that speed. You can find 32gb(2x16) ddr4-3600 c18 for like $110
      Other than the new kit running at reduced speed, are there other concerns to be aware of ?
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    • Thinking about upgrading from my ryzen 2600 and pairing with the 6750 I got from the recent AMD deal.

      Currently using an MSI Tomahawk b450 mobo and 2x8gb 3200mhz RAM. Can I also add this kit for some extra ram ??

      canada-computers-g-skill-ripjaws-v-seri ... 9-2577681/

      I wouldn't mix and match ram. Since you current kit is ddr4-3200 the new kit will also run at that speed. You can find 32gb(2x16) ddr4-3600 c18 for like $110
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    • What is return policy?

      Can I bring back in store and have full refund if I don’t open package? 1 month?


      CC return policy: At best you'll lose 10% of your purchase price, if they accept the return at all.
      Amazon return policy: Open box or not you've got until Jan 31 for a full refund. At least that's what it shows on all my recent Amazon buys.
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    • I paid $240 for a 3600 last May...crazy

      Also...should I upgrade? lol
      Should be some great deals this black Friday. The 5800x is currently 175 USD!
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    • I'm looking to upgrade from a 6700k and 1070. I've held on to my system for 6 years or so and I'd like to do the same again and I'm debating between the range of 5600-5800x3d and somewhere around a 6750xt (held off on that sale earlier).

      I'm more cash limited right now, so getting the 3 components (maybe 4 with ram) for about 800 pre tax would be great, but should I spend a few hundred more to get AM5 (depending on sales) and then have the option of a cheaper upgrade at the end of the socket life?

      I've been with Intel for a while, and my upgrades have always been after at least 2 socket generations (2500k->6700k), so I've never had to think about this before.
      I might just wait a year too since I haven't been that annoyed with my current performance.
      Exact same boat right down to the 2500k. I'm waiting for Black Friday to see what happens but I'm eyeing the 5700x. I'm doing more video work these days so could maybe use the extra cores? Might also future proof a bit if I plan to keep it 5-6 years.

      Not sure on my GPU but I'll be going nVidia for CUDA.

      All these sales sure are tempting though.
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    • I paid $240 for a 3600 last May...crazy

      Also...should I upgrade? lol
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    • What is return policy?

      Can I bring back in store and have full refund if I don’t open package? 1 month?
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    • AMD Ryzen 5 5600G is $159, and the original price is higher than 5600. seems likes a better deal
      Not really. If you need the integrated graphics of the 5600G, then it could be suited for you...for everyone else the 5600 is a better CPU.
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    • Seems doable if you don't need a new ssd, psu, and case. AM5 will cost around $1000 just for mobo+cpu+ram.
      Thanks. I'll be keeping my case and such. Only need the 3 or 4 parts.
      1k might be justifiable since I can slap in another cpu in 4-5 years for a cheap good upgrade as long as they keep the socket alive that long.
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    • I'm looking to upgrade from a 6700k and 1070. I've held on to my system for 6 years or so and I'd like to do the same again and I'm debating between the range of 5600-5800x3d and somewhere around a 6750xt (held off on that sale earlier).

      I'm more cash limited right now, so getting the 3 components (maybe 4 with ram) for about 800 pre tax would be great, but should I spend a few hundred more to get AM5 (depending on sales) and then have the option of a cheaper upgrade at the end of the socket life?

      I've been with Intel for a while, and my upgrades have always been after at least 2 socket generations (2500k->6700k), so I've never had to think about this before.
      I might just wait a year too since I haven't been that annoyed with my current performance.
      PCPartPicker Part List: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/wGkpJM

      CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600 3.5 GHz 6-Core Processor ($164.00)
      CPU Cooler: Deepcool AG400 75.89 CFM CPU Cooler ($29.99 @ Newegg Canada)
      Motherboard: MSI B550M PRO-VDH WIFI Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard ($154.99 @ Amazon Canada)
      Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws V 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL18 Memory ($59.99 @ Canada Computers)
      Storage: Crucial P3 Plus 1 TB M.2-2280 PCIe 4.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive ($109.99 @ Amazon Canada)
      Video Card: Gigabyte EAGLE Radeon RX 6700 XT 12 GB Video Card ($499.88 @ Canada Computers)
      Total: $1018.84
      Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
      Generated by PCPartPicker 2022-11-11 18:39 EST-0500

      Seems doable if you don't need a new ssd, psu, and case. AM5 will cost around $1000 just for mobo+cpu+ram.
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    • price shows $174.99. what's the code
      Just click where it says 'click to apply extra savings' right above the pricing.
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    • Is this the best bargain for an AM4 socket CPU? I don't want to update my mobo for 2-3 years.

      EDIT: I'm not sure if it is, but you smart people convinced me it's a good enough deal. In for 1.
      It's a great deal. If you were pinching your pennies the Ryzen 5 3600 for $130 is also a great deal and performs to within' 10%-15% of the 5600 in most things.
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    • AMD Ryzen 5 5600G is $159, and the original price is higher than 5600. seems likes a better deal
      Depends what your expectations are. The 5600g doesn't support PCIe 4.0 storage or graphics cards and it's also slower than the 5600. The reason it's the same price is because it has quite excellent integrated graphics.
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    • I'm looking to upgrade from a 6700k and 1070. I've held on to my system for 6 years or so and I'd like to do the same again and I'm debating between the range of 5600-5800x3d and somewhere around a 6750xt (held off on that sale earlier).

      I'm more cash limited right now, so getting the 3 components (maybe 4 with ram) for about 800 pre tax would be great, but should I spend a few hundred more to get AM5 (depending on sales) and then have the option of a cheaper upgrade at the end of the socket life?

      I've been with Intel for a while, and my upgrades have always been after at least 2 socket generations (2500k->6700k), so I've never had to think about this before.
      I might just wait a year too since I haven't been that annoyed with my current performance.
      Got a similar setup, wondering if I change everything or just change the GPU.
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    • price shows $174.99. what's the code
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