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refurbforless via eBay has AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 8-Core 3.7GHz AM4 Desktop Processor (YD270XBGAFBOX) for $246.49 when you apply code PERFECTDAY at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks fakerv
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Seller Refurbforless on Ebay has the new AMD Ryzen 2700x for:
$289.99 - $43.5 (with promo code PERFECTDAY )= $246.49

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Ahhh yes. Blind pride and honor in a company who refuses to innovate without a competitor present, price manipulates, and forces out competition through lawsuits. This is the reason intel CPU's have only marginally improved in the past 5 years. But keep supporting blindly 👍

I'm sure your also that person who complains how big corporations run the world too, arnt you?
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I've built hundreds of computers in the 12 years I've been in business and I've had to RMA 1 cpu total. It's usually the last thing that goes bad in your computer.
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Why do people like you hate AMD so much because of what they are doing. If you don't like AMD product then go buy the Intel and no one else is forcing you to buy AMD. What AMD is doing also benefits you even if you hate their product. Have you noticed Intel dropped their prices and released a "mainstream" 6 core i7 at an affordable price? This is in response to AMD. Intel is actually planning in releasing a "mainstream" 8 core i7 now.... which is I believe 5 years too late because they could have made that earlier but they chose not too because there was no competition.


It's just mind boggling that people like you are so attached to their cult brand clouding common sense.
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Decent price for out of box performance
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does it still come with full warranty when purchasing with this seller/store?
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Yes! Been waiting! In for one.
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does it still come with full warranty when purchasing with this seller/store?
apparently not. that's why I keep passing up cpu deals on there. you pretty much have to buy from newegg on ebay and ask them for an invoice. Or maybe someone like best buy, but they'd be priced higher. I feel like computer parts are too risky to get without a warranty being honored.
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apparently not. that's why I keep passing up cpu deals on there. you pretty much have to buy from newegg on ebay and ask them for an invoice. Or maybe someone like best buy, but they'd be priced higher. I feel like computer parts are too risky to get without a warranty being honored.
I have done a few warranty replacements through AMD and they don't really ask for an invoice, only mfr part# and serial, so it may not matter much where it was purchased. Unless you are buying a really old CPU as new from some place and it was manufactured like 5 years ago but you buy it new only now, then purchase date and invoice may be needed.
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I have done a few warranty replacements through AMD and they don't really ask for an invoice, only mfr part# and serial, so it may not matter much where it was purchased. Unless you are buying a really old CPU as new from some place and it was manufactured like 5 years ago but you buy it new only now, then purchase date and invoice may be needed.
probably true, but I still hate to take the risk. Sucks, because such a good price, too.
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Been waiting for this!
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I've built hundreds of computers in the 12 years I've been in business and I've had to RMA 1 cpu total. It's usually the last thing that goes bad in your computer.
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New and on sale because can't compete with Intel, as usual. Maybe one day AMD. Maybe one day.
Ahhh yes. Blind pride and honor in a company who refuses to innovate without a competitor present, price manipulates, and forces out competition through lawsuits. This is the reason intel CPU's have only marginally improved in the past 5 years. But keep supporting blindly 👍

I'm sure your also that person who complains how big corporations run the world too, arnt you?
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probably true, but I still hate to take the risk. Sucks, because such a good price, too.
I've never had a cpu go bad.
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I've built hundreds of computers in the 12 years I've been in business and I've had to RMA 1 cpu total. It's usually the last thing that goes bad in your computer.
This, unless your physically damaging it or snapping pins should be it good shape.
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Got this and the Asus Crosshair Hero VII. Pretty much the best prices on both unless a 20% coupon comes along again
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