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AMD RYZEN 7 1700X for $300 / 1800X for $391 / 1700 for $261 & more @ eBay with FS

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Code is PJUNESAVINGS10 for 10% off the following Ryzen CPUs

1700X for $300
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-AMD-R...2900101141

1700 for $261 (price drop)
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-AMD-R...2896694740

1800X for $391 (price drop)
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-AMD-R...2599572981

1400 for $139
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-AMD-R...2941708241

1500X for $158 (price drop)
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-AMD-R...2941715900
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The biostar mini-itx board is listed on Newegg but not in stock.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6813138452

I know a lot of people are waiting for that ITX to finally come out.
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If you are a gamer or looking for top performance I'd wait for new intel
No sense in waiting for new intel. Mobo it self gonna cost $300+ so you're looking at around $600 for cheapest cpu+ mobo combo. I honestly don't get why anyone would pay aroud $200-$1000 more when you can get similar performance with amd counterparts.
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I would wait for the 1700 to go on sale for ~250.
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*must hold out til threadripper/vega is out
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I got the 1700 when it was on sale with coupon for $250 and it's a beast!
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I just bought the 1700 from Frys last week for $280. Is the 1700X enough of an step up from 1700 to be worth $20 extra and a trip back to store to return the 1700?
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Woohoo.... Been waiting on a sale again of the 1700X ON ebay for months. Had $250 of EBAY gift cards to use (had to convert Best Buy Reward Zone certificates before they expired).... So in essence got a 1700X for $ 46.

RYZEN 7 build coming along slowly but have been accumulating parts on sale on Slickdeals. Just need a Motherboard and memory now
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I just bought the 1700 from Frys last week for $280. Is the 1700X enough of an step up from 1700 to be worth $20 extra and a trip back to store to return the 1700?
Not worth the hassle IMO. Note that the 1700X doesn't come with a cooler, and if you are overclocking it's not a big deal anyways.
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Not worth the hassle IMO. Note that the 1700X doesn't come with a cooler, and if you are overclocking it's not a big deal anyways.
If you want to OC w/watercool you probably want the 1700X, if you're ok with stock cooler you get the 1700 and take what little OC you can do on the stock cooler. That's basically the gist of it I think.
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If you are a gamer or looking for top performance I'd wait for new intel
Or just wait for the 2nd iteration of Ryzen. Oh, but wait, you can wait for whatever Intel is brewing after that. But wait...wait for whatever AMD's response is to that.......just buy what suits your needs. Regardless, this is a good deal on a Ryzen.
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If you want to OC w/watercool you probably want the 1700X, if you're ok with stock cooler you get the 1700 and take what little OC you can do on the stock cooler. That's basically the gist of it I think.
I mean problem with 1700x and 1800x is not temp but voltage wall, past 4ghz you have to jump significantly higher.
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If you are a gamer or looking for top performance I'd wait for new intel
Keep waiting so you can overpay for Intel. Hold your breath.
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If you are a gamer or looking for top performance I'd wait for new intel
These statements have become the new "does it have HDMI" or "can it play Crysis" on slickdeals.

The Ryzens are perfectly good gaming chips. Open the internet. Yeah the 7700k get better low rez performance where it doesn't matter, the higher the rez the less the gap. It becomes GPU limited. Anything over 60fps/hz is gravy anyway.

https://www.hardocp.com/article/2...ming_guide

"The narrative that "Ryzen is horrible for gaming," simply does not ring true overall. In most of our examples here today, we have seen Ryzen put up competitive framerates overall. Only when you start to look at 1080p gaming does there really seem to be any appreciable real world gaming differences."
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