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AMD Ryzen 5 5600X CPU & Be Quiet! Dark Rock 4 CPU Cooler Bundle $589 + Delivery @ PC Case Gear


Found this deal on pc case gear for the Ryzen 5 5600x OEM version this bundle comes with a Be Quiet! Dark Rock 4 cooler at a $59 savings. Coming to only about $40 above the normal retail 5600x that comes with the stock cooler.

The Be Quiet! Dark Rock 4 cooler and the 5600x OEM bought separately would of cost $648.

The Ryzen 5 5600x OEM version is also backed by a three year PC case gear warranty.

The Be Quiet! Dark Rock 4 cooler also comes with a three year warranty.

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  • Price in title please OP.

    Edit: Done!

  • +4

    Is this a great deal? The 5600x gets posted up here relatively often at the mid 400's mark. The tray version even less

    • This deal basically prices the 5600x at the MSRP of $469 (within a dollar).

      • Is that MSRP factoring the stock cooler you'd get, but wouldn't get with this?

        • The MSRP would also have a stock cooler but I guess if you're getting a cooler like this with it, you don't consider the stock cooler to be of much value.

    • Yep this deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/619706 is only a few days old (expired, but still, shows it's a fairly current price) and has:

      • This CPU for only $435
      • The 3300x (not quite as fast and a couple less cores, but very very similar game performance) for $165

      So this isn't really a bargain unfortunately.

      • four cores in 2021 is a bit iffy because of future games leaning towards multi-thread.

        • Many current games are already heavily multi-threaded. Most are still faster in the 4-core 3300x than the 6-core 3600.

          You'll see a lot of this talk from first-time PC builders about needing to "future-proof". It basically always turns out to be wrong in the end. For example, everyone said 2 cores wouldn't be enough soon, and we needed 4 at minimum to future proof, almost 10 years before it became true.

          You might want to think a bit more carefully than they do, before spending triple the money just to "future proof".

          • @ItsMeAgro: LOL downvoted again. Can't seem to convince people excessive future-proofing isn't the best strategy, despite all the evidence, over and over.

            More proof if anyone cares: 3300x beating the 3600 in most modern multi-threaded games:


    • No, not a good deal at all, unless you feel that the cooler is a bargain at about $150.

  • -1

    We need ARGB!

  • +8

    Thats $140 for the cooler. No deal.

  • +2

    $379 intel i7 10700 any day of the week

  • +2

    Not a bargain.

  • +2

    after the recent 5600x eBay deal approx 420 - 450~?

    Not a bargain

  • $250 for a 10600kf

  • This would have been fine a few months ago but I agree it's not a bargain anymore, also it costs $23 to ship to me in North Sydney sooo….also I'm a stickler for collecting boxes so all these oem deals hurt real bad.