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AMD Threadripper 1920x $351 , Free shipping, no tax for most

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Cheapest I have seen for the 1920x aside from the presumed pric mistak by Amazon when it was $249. Most sites have it for well over $400 currently.

https://www.grooves-inc.com/amd-a...gLH7fD_BwE
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Seems like a reputable seller too. https://www.trustpilot.com/review...es-inc.com In for 1. Thank you!
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Seems like a reputable seller too. https://www.trustpilot.com/review...es-inc.com In for 1. Thank you!
That's a different seller:

https://www.trustpilot.com/review...ooves.land

I wouldn't trust these guys.
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That's a different seller:

https://www.trustpilot.com/review...ooves.land [trustpilot.com]

I wouldn't trust these guys.
grooves-inc.com == grooves.land. Either way, average the two scores and it's still good enough for me.
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Good price for a great processor.
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Just a heads up this company looks to be based overseas.

grooves.land
Boxhagener Str. 106
10245 Berlin
Germany
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OP, i would expect more from you.
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OP, i would expect more from you.
who are you again?
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I was going to wait for 1950x... but oh man... this one is tempting...
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Would someone be kind enough to chime in and tell a fellow computer junkie how they use these massive multi core processors, having chose an AMD setup vs intels latest 8 series processors?
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Would someone be kind enough to chime in and tell a fellow computer junkie how they use these massive multi core processors, having chose an AMD setup vs intels latest 8 series processors?
1920x, 1950x (16core) are CPUs for enthusiast/professional. You could use these for tasks like heavy heavy computational research purposes or video editing. People like twitch users/youtubers who stream video games grab CPU like this for simultaneously playing game/streaming their gameplay/video editing. Intel's counter part is core i9 series from 10 cores to 18 cores. Intel generally has slightly higher clock speed and have slightly faster CPU power assuming similar number of cores. But they are much more expensive. None of these CPUs would suit you if you are looking for every day computer or gaming computer. If you do game with these, they have pretty much identical performance in 4K gaming. Intel does noticeably better in most of 1080P gaming but not that dramatically. You would be better off grabbing 8700K for gaming. This CPU may be pretty good for future proofting, but who knows. This year already has been intersting with AMD's 32 cores and what Intel may bring on the table responding to that later this year. Anyhow, if you want to spend extra $$ on this CPU, you might want to check out if the applications you intent to use would really benefit from high core counts.
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UHHHH....

I bought this out of impulse.... im not sure what im gonna do with this....


EDIT: I may or, may not be intoxicated. laugh out loud
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