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You may be better served going for the 1800x deal for socket AM4 depending on your needs. You'll still get 8 cores. If you're gonna pay the premium for a 399x motherboard you might as well jump to the 1920x which is on sale for $649 and get 12 cores. The 1950x is also on sale for $799.
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You may be better served going for the 1800x deal for socket AM4 depending on your needs. You'll still get 8 cores. If you're gonna pay the premium for a 399x motherboard you might as well jump to the 1920x which is on sale for $649 and get 12 cores. The 1950x is also on sale for $799.
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You may be better served going for the 1800x deal for socket AM4 depending on your needs. You'll still get 8 cores. If you're gonna pay the premium for a 399x motherboard you might as well jump to the 1920x which is on sale for $649 and get 12 cores. The 1950x is also on sale for $799.
I own a 1900x and agree the 1800x is probably a better deal for 99% of people due to the ridiculous cost of X399 motherboards.
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I own a 1900x and agree the 1800x is probably a better deal for 99% of people due to the ridiculous cost of X399 motherboards.
I believe TR buyers know what they spend their money on. TR is not for casual users; more PCI-e lanes and too many cores. If not, best bang for the buck is 1700.
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I believe TR buyers know what they spend their money on. TR is not for casual users; more PCI-e lanes and too many cores. If not, best bang for the buck is 1700.
I dunno the 1800x is on sale right now for 300$ hard to pass up at that price vs 1700x at 279.
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I dunno the 1800x is on sale right now for 300$ hard to pass up at that price vs 1700x at 279.
1700x is 259.99 at microcenter. Save another $30 when bundled. I'd definitely choose that over the 1800x
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I believe TR buyers know what they spend their money on.
you'd be surprised how many 1920x and 1950x owners go on support forums crying about why their games don't work as well as they use to.
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1700x is 259.99 at microcenter. Save another $30 when bundled. I'd definitely choose that over the 1800x
Nah, got both of these for $301 after Groupon, RMN, rebates, 5% mobile, & 2% credit card CB:

1800x + case + mobo + PSU
https://slickdeals.net/f/10842227
https://slickdeals.net/f/10849247

Of course I'll be selling off that PSU since I got the Seasonic 850W for $77.
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Yeah fpr gaming and 99% of usage this chip just doesnt give enough ponies, rather spend more on graphics cards Wink
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1700x is 259.99 at microcenter. Save another $30 when bundled. I'd definitely choose that over the 1800x
It was 239 for like 30 mins on amazon today
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It was 239 for like 30 mins on amazon today
Which one? 1700x or 1800x?
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You may be better served going for the 1800x deal for socket AM4 depending on your needs. You'll still get 8 cores. If you're gonna pay the premium for a 399x motherboard you might as well jump to the 1920x which is on sale for $649 and get 12 cores. The 1950x is also on sale for $799.
You're absolutely right... My Ryzen 7 1700 is overclocked to 3.8 GHz and it benchmarks better than a stock 1900X in many areas (I haven't gone higher as I don't have any heat sync compound for my aftermarket cooler yet). I imagine the 4 GHz 1800X would also be about as good as this.
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It was 239 for like 30 mins on amazon today
Then save even more money and get the 1700, which has been proven to overclock better than the 1700X.
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Which one? 1700x or 1800x?
It was 1700x. Im not sure if it was a glitch or what but for about 35 mins it was 239 then it went back to normal price.
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