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MicroCenter.com has AMD Ryzen 7 1700 3.0GHz 8-Core Processor on sale for $219.99. Select free in-store pickup only if stock permits. Thanks Gysper

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Man if ram wasn't so high everyone would be building Ryzen computers.
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Build a MicroCenter near me

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Luckily I have one near me but I feel the same way whenever there's a Fry's in-store only deal. Wink

I will say microcenter is a bit of an enigma to me. It's doesn't seem to be a large enough chain like Walmart to obtain mass quantity discounts, doesn't really do online sales of the best deals, pays commissions to the sales force, has brick and mortar overhead costs, yet still manages to beat the biggest retailers even on items that are vendor price controlled.

I don't get how they do it, and/or why they wouldn't just buy larger quantities and ship all in store items from their website too. Anyhow, mini side thought over. Smilie
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Man if ram wasn't so high everyone would be building Ryzen computers.
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In store only deals kind of suck when it's from a store that doesn't even exist in half the states in the US.
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I'd have jumped on a ryzen build if ram wasn't going to double my cost. Trying to wait it out...but this is a good price so TU.
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1700x back down to $239, only $10 more than it was Thanksgiving week. Maybe they'll have boards in stock this time
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In store only deals kind of suck when it's from a store that doesn't even exist in half the states in the US.
i concur.
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Man if ram wasn't so high everyone would be building Ryzen computers.
That is why I am still holding on to my 9 years old Core i7 860 setup...

to be honest, it still runs just fine Smilie) with less fps...
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Was going to wait for next gen but this deal is just too good. ASRock has a good mail in rebate on their boards at MicroCenter. Picked up a ASRock Taichi X370 with Ryzen 1700x for 329 after mail in rebate myself today (pre-tax). Was going to wait for Ryzen+ but that's about 60% the MSRP of those components, not worth the wait for a maybe 10% increase in power. The ASRock AB350 Pro4 is a great choice as well if you're not into major OC'ing.

Just waiting on a good price now myself for the RAM.
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In store only deals kind of suck when it's from a store that doesn't even exist in half the states in the US.
That's how I feel for Fry's deals.
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Yea it seems like your either getting frys deals or microcenter deals, depending on where you live.
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Was going to wait for next gen but this deal is just too good. ASRock has a good mail in rebate on their boards at MicroCenter. Picked up a ASRock Taichi X370 with Ryzen 1700x for 329 after mail in rebate myself today (pre-tax). Was going to wait for Ryzen+ but that's about 60% the MSRP of those components, not worth the wait for a maybe 10% increase in power. The ASRock AB350 Pro4 is a great choice as well if you're not into major OC'ing.

Just waiting on a good price now myself for the RAM.
Wow. It was still 250 last night. Trying to wait for next set of CPUs due around Feb but I might have to bite on this one.
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In store only deals kind of suck when it's from a store that doesn't even exist in half the states in the US.
Luckily I have one near me but I feel the same way whenever there's a Fry's in-store only deal. Wink

I will say microcenter is a bit of an enigma to me. It's doesn't seem to be a large enough chain like Walmart to obtain mass quantity discounts, doesn't really do online sales of the best deals, pays commissions to the sales force, has brick and mortar overhead costs, yet still manages to beat the biggest retailers even on items that are vendor price controlled.

I don't get how they do it, and/or why they wouldn't just buy larger quantities and ship all in store items from their website too. Anyhow, mini side thought over. Smilie
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In store only deals kind of suck when it's from a store that doesn't even exist in half the states in the US.
These are loss leaders. They're at this price point to bring you into the store and specifically exclude online shoppers because they're losing money on the sale.

I try to help support them and pickup additional items there when the pricing is reasonable. Sometimes their prices are 50%+ higher than online which I just can't swallow...PSU's and ATX cases come to mind.
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In store only deals kind of suck when it's from a store that doesn't even exist in half the states in the US.
People don't whine as much when its a frys deal.......
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