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Newegg has AMD Ryzen 7 1700 8-Core 3GHz Desktop Processor + Gigabyte GA-AX370-Gaming ATX AMD Motherboard for $234.98. Shipping is $3.99, otherwise shipping is free w/ Premier. Thanks fakerv

Also available, Newegg has AMD Ryzen 7 1700 8-Core 3GHz Desktop Processor + Gigabyte GA-AB350-Gaming 3 ATX AMD Motherboard for $239.98 - $10 Rebate = $229.98. Shipping is free w/ ShopRunner (free trial) or Premier, otherwise shipping is $3.99.
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Newegg is having a combo deal including:
-AMD Ryzen 7 1700 (8-Core, 16 Threads)
Frequency: 3.0 GHz/3.7 GHz​
-GIGABYTE GA-AX370-Gaming (rev. 1.0)​
Supports AMD Ryzen 1st & 2nd Generation/ Ryzen 2000 Series / AMD 7th Generation A-series/ Athlon Processors​
TOTAL: $234.98​ + $3.99 (Shipping fee)= $239 (Maybe tax free in several states)
LINK: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Co...bo.3868956

Or you can choose this combo: AMD RYZEN 7 1700 + GIGABYTE GA-AB350-GAMING 3 (rev. 1.0). TOTAL: $239.98 + $3.99 (Shipping fee) - $10 (MIR)= $234 [newegg.com]
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There are other combos as well. You can get a different board and combine CPU with some PSU or RAM. Like for example you can get G.Skill 16GB 2400MHz for $105 or 2666MHz through combo. R7 2700X was just $10 more, OOS now. I bet these two will be at that price again in the future, then they will disappear, consider it a clearance deal. For 2600 price you get 1700 - 2 more cores, 4x extra threads, but lower clocks and more heat.
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There are other combos as well. You can get a different board and combine CPU with some PSU or RAM. Like for example you can get G.Skill 16GB 2400MHz for $105 or 2666MHz through combo. R7 2700X was just $10 more, OOS now. I bet these two will be at that price again in the future, then they will disappear, consider it a clearance deal. For 2600 price you get 1700 - 2 more cores, 4x extra threads, but lower clocks and more heat.
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There are other combos as well. You can get a different board and combine CPU with some PSU or RAM. Like for example you can get G.Skill 16GB 2400MHz for $105 or 2666MHz through combo. R7 2700X was just $10 more, OOS now. I bet these two will be at that price again in the future, then they will disappear, consider it a clearance deal. For 2600 price you get 1700 - 2 more cores, 4x extra threads, but lower clocks and more heat.
Where is this 2700x combo?
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Where is this 2700x combo?
2700x is oos now, not available. When it was for sale it was only $10 more
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2700x is oos now, not available. When it was for sale it was only $10 more
Damn id have jumped on that.
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This is about my sweet spot for price. I'm upgrading a i5-2500k that I'm hoping to move to my bartop arcade I built this summer. Should I be focusing on ryzen at this price point? Any others I should be paying attention to, mainly for gaming?
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There are other combos as well. You can get a different board and combine CPU with some PSU or RAM. Like for example you can get G.Skill 16GB 2400MHz for $105 or 2666MHz through combo. R7 2700X was just $10 more, OOS now. I bet these two will be at that price again in the future, then they will disappear, consider it a clearance deal. For 2600 price you get 1700 - 2 more cores, 4x extra threads, but lower clocks and more heat.
2600 is a better general purpose and gaming and I say as a 1700 owner.
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This is about my sweet spot for price. I'm upgrading a i5-2500k that I'm hoping to move to my bartop arcade I built this summer. Should I be focusing on ryzen at this price point? Any others I should be paying attention to, mainly for gaming?
Depends on resolution. If you want highest possible fps for 1080p gaming, i5 8400 is a good choice without breaking the bank. For higher resolution, CPU isn't a bottleneck and they all within 5 fps of each other.
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Cant wait for 7nm Ryzen to replace my 1700.
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I got in on the 1700 + Asrock combo back in May. Great CPU that does 3.9ghz @ 1.344v and incredibly snappy with OC'd RAM. Only problem was the motherboard, which randomly crashes at any OC speed. Hopefully this board won't have such an issue.
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Can the onboard graphics actually be used with a Ryzen? Or does it only work with other CPUs?
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Can the onboard graphics actually be used with a Ryzen? Or does it only work with other CPUs?
Only the Ryzen 2200G and the 2400G have onboard graphics. All the other Ryzen CPUs need a dedicated GPU.
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Still waiting on Amd 2700 220 dollars happens again!
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Also Amazon has the AMD Ryzen 7 for $179. Its a sale now
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