Ryzen 5 3600 and Core i5 11400 are two mid-range processors from AMD and Intel among the best choices on the market today for those who want to build a gamer PC in 2021 without spending so much on a high-end CPU. Both are hexa-core and reach speeds that surpass the 4 GHz mark with turbo, in addition to supporting peripherals with PCIe 4.0. Found at prices starting at BWP 2,500 in the Botswana market, the products also have some variations in the market.
The Core i5 11400F, for example, is more stripped down and cheaper, as it comes without an integrated graphics card, while the Ryzen 5 3600X offers slightly higher speeds and is relatively more expensive. Below, we compare in detail the technical data sheets of the two products, their specifications, gaming performance and the cost-effectiveness between Intel and AMD platforms.
The two products from AMD and Intel are very similar, even in specs. In both cases, they supply six cores 12 running lines ( threads ), allowing both the Ryzen 5 and i5 to behave the same.