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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5000G series review thread

    Finally, I was almost tempted to reach out to some old contacts in HK to see if they could ship me one of these out to replace my 3400G...

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5000G series review thread

    Has anyone seen any information regarding the GE series?
    I was aiming to get a Ryzen 35W CPU for a HTPC build.

    Had hoped to see them at the same time the G series was made available to retail, but can't find them anywhere or any mention of them.


    My next plan is to go with a 5600G and run it on the lower cTDP setting so it doesn't go above 45W but not sure the motherboard I have supports this.

    EDIT - Just discovered, to use the lower cTDP setting, it's done within Ryzen Master, not the BIOS as I was expecting.
    If your board can do voltage controls then there is a good chance it supports what is called ECO-Mode within Ryzen Master.

    I think if I wait for the GE series I may die beforehand and I've had parts ready to use since Christmas so my itchy trigger finger is gonna go for it.
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