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Last Edited by ILukester March 13, 2018 at 08:52 PM
Cheaper to buy the Intel Core i7-7820X at Newegg for: $459.99 + $0.99 shipping.
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6819117794

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Still waiting for decently priced motherboards for Coffee Lake. That combined with the price of DDR4 makes budget friendly Coffee Lake a near impossibility at the moment.
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Still waiting for decently priced motherboards for Coffee Lake. That combined with the price of DDR4 makes budget friendly Coffee Lake a near impossibility at the moment.
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Does it need a special mobo?
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If I'm putting together a powerful rig (3D animation, video encoding, VR), am I better off picking up this 7820X or finding a comparable cpu/mb combo at Microcenter (I have one near)? Definitely wanting to save, but also not wanting to hold back too much.
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Does it need a special mobo?
The 7820X will require a LGA 2066 socket motherboard.
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If I'm putting together a powerful rig (3D animation, video encoding, VR), am I better off picking up this 7820X or finding a comparable cpu/mb combo at Microcenter (I have one near)? Definitely wanting to save, but also not wanting to hold back too much.
Do you do this professionally or are you just dabbling? If the latter, I'm highly inclined to say that the 7820X is overkill and when combined with the (more expensive) motherboard it'll require, probably not worth the added expensive over an 8700 or 8700K.
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Still waiting for decently priced motherboards for Coffee Lake. That combined with the price of DDR4 makes budget friendly Coffee Lake a near impossibility at the moment.
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I do it professionally, so I'm going to try to not cut any corners this time. Mainly gpu rendering (planning to stack several 1080's in it). Thanks for the input, I haven't put together a build in a while, so I'm a bit out of the loop.
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I'm asking because I just want to buy a basic Intel Core i3-8100 3.6GHz 8th Gen Core Desktop to build my HTPC that can play 4K UHD ISO movies.
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If I'm putting together a powerful rig (3D animation, video encoding, VR), am I better off picking up this 7820X or finding a comparable cpu/mb combo at Microcenter (I have one near)? Definitely wanting to save, but also not wanting to hold back too much.
My local Microcenter has that same processor for 500 as well. I'd check that out so you can get the bundle savings
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if relaying on internal GPU, which is better for gaming i3-8100 or amd 2200g?
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if relaying on internal GPU, which is better for gaming i3-8100 or amd 2200g?
amd 2200g
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Amazon has the I7 for $461
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If I'm putting together a powerful rig (3D animation, video encoding, VR), am I better off picking up this 7820X or finding a comparable cpu/mb combo at Microcenter (I have one near)? Definitely wanting to save, but also not wanting to hold back too much.
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I do it professionally, so I'm going to try to not cut any corners this time. Mainly gpu rendering (planning to stack several 1080's in it). Thanks for the input, I haven't put together a build in a while, so I'm a bit out of the loop.
If you're not wanting to cut corners, Threadripper destroys this particular intel chip. Threadripper 1920x ($549 @ MicroCenter) would be my suggestion if you're unwilling to wait two weeks for the release of Ryzen+ on 12nm, which will include one helluva steal with the Ryzen 7 2700X Octacore (4.35GHz stock boost).
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