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AMD Ryzen 5 2600 6-Core CPU + MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon MB + $36 GC EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has AMD Ryzen 5 2600 6-Core 3.4GHz Processor (YD2600BBAFBOX) + MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon AMD AM4 ATX Motherboard + $36 Newegg Promo eGift Card on sale for $239.98 - $30 Rebate = $209.98. Shipping is free. Thanks p2097

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Promo eGift Card offer is valid on a single purchase $50+ through 10/21/2018. Limit one promo gift card per customer up to a maximum value of $50. If multiple purchases are made, a maximum of $50 promo gift card will be issued on the highest single order.

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Ryzen 2600 = $150
MSI x370 gaming Pro Carbon = $140
Combo discount = -$50
MIR = -$30
Newegg Promo Gift card added to account on 12/1 to be used in Dec = -$36
Tax (in NJ, applied on $240) = $18
Total after tax = Effectively $185

Details on promo gift card -> https://www.newegg.com/promotions/nepro/18-3010/index.html​ [newegg.com]


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*Offer valid on single purchase made at or above $50 between 10/15/2018 12:00 AM PT – 10/21/2018 11:59 PM PT, before taxes and shipping. Offer excludes purchase of Pre-Orders and Gift Cards. Limit one promo gift card per customer up to a maximum value of $50. If multiple purchases are made, a maximum of $50 promo gift card will be issued on the highest single order. All returned orders/items will be deducted from the original purchase amount in order to determine whether the transaction qualifies for the Promo Gift Card. Promo Gift Card will be sent via email on December 1st, 2018, to qualified customers. The Newegg Promo Gift Card is redeemable starting 12:00 AM PT on December 1, 2018 and will expire 11:59 PM PT on December 31, 2018. Please check here [newegg.com] for details.

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With so many threads on these CPUs you can easily get away with 2 VMs, but windows hypervisor doesn't pass through GPUs so you have to run a Linux host or a UnRAID server. This ties up your first PCIE slot on AM4 builds because there is no iGPU. So in builds like the one described, the #2 and #3 pcie slots need pass-through, and the x370 chip set hardware is always tied into the #3 IOMMU group with the GPU VGA and audio controllers. You can't pass through the #3 with the other peripherals because they are needed for normal CPU operation.

EDIT: Still a very good deal for anyone looking for this board/CPU and will work fine with only one VM instance
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Personally I'm never going to use more than 2 pcie even if. But point noted
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Great find in the Ryzen 5 + x370 pro deal. the x370 chip set does not work well with pass-through on the 3rd pcie x16 slot. I've found this issue with all these chip set boards
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Great find in the Ryzen 5 + x370 pro deal. the x370 chip set does not work well with pass-through on the 3rd pcie x16 slot. I've found this issue with all these chip set boards
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Great find in the Ryzen 5 + x370 pro deal. the x370 chip set does not work well with pass-through on the 3rd pcie x16 slot. I've found this issue with all these chip set boards
Personally I'm never going to use more than 2 pcie even if. But point noted
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Personally I'm never going to use more than 2 pcie even if. But point noted
With so many threads on these CPUs you can easily get away with 2 VMs, but windows hypervisor doesn't pass through GPUs so you have to run a Linux host or a UnRAID server. This ties up your first PCIE slot on AM4 builds because there is no iGPU. So in builds like the one described, the #2 and #3 pcie slots need pass-through, and the x370 chip set hardware is always tied into the #3 IOMMU group with the GPU VGA and audio controllers. You can't pass through the #3 with the other peripherals because they are needed for normal CPU operation.

EDIT: Still a very good deal for anyone looking for this board/CPU and will work fine with only one VM instance
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With so many threads on these CPUs you can easily get away with 2 VMs, but windows hypervisor doesn't pass through GPUs so you have to run a Linux host or a UnRAID server. This ties up your first PCIE slot on AM4 builds because there is no iGPU. So in builds like the one described, the #2 and #3 pcie slots need pass-through, and the x370 chip set hardware is always tied into the #3 IOMMU group with the GPU VGA and audio controllers. You can't pass through the #3 with the other peripherals because they are needed for normal CPU operation.

EDIT: Still a very good deal for anyone looking for this board/CPU and will work fine with only one VM instance
You can use a gt710 in the pcie 1x slot, did it on my board. Then both pcie x16 slots are available to VMs.
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How is this x370 board? Why is its price as high as some of the x470 boards?
I got the MSI x470 ATX gaming pro for $100 last week. Should I just buy the Ryzen 2600 for $150 alone instead of this combo? Or would it be better to return that x470 and get this combo?
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GC doesn't subtract from the price. It forces a person to shop at Newegg again.
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How is this x370 board? Why is its price as high as some of the x470 boards?
I got the MSI x470 ATX gaming pro for $100 last week. Should I just buy the Ryzen 2600 for $150 alone instead of this combo? Or would it be better to return that x470 and get this combo?
I don't know of big differences between the x370 and x470. This is a way better deal at 185 combined if you can find use for the Newegg GC in Dec.
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GC doesn't subtract from the price. It forces a person to shop at Newegg again.
Forces? I like newegg, as do a bunch of other folks.
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How is this x370 board? Why is its price as high as some of the x470 boards?
I got the MSI x470 ATX gaming pro for $100 last week. Should I just buy the Ryzen 2600 for $150 alone instead of this combo? Or would it be better to return that x470 and get this combo?
Where did you get x470 gaming pro so cheap?
If you got such a great price on x470, I would certainly keep x470 as its a new gen with store MI technology. Also no hassle of updating your bios manually to work with Ryzen second gen.
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Where did you get x470 gaming pro so cheap?
If you got such a great price on x470, I would certainly keep x470 as its a new gen with store MI technology. Also no hassle of updating your bios manually to work with Ryzen second gen.
There was a sale at frys. Thanks for the advice!
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Where did you get x470 gaming pro so cheap?
If you got such a great price on x470, I would certainly keep x470 as its a new gen with store MI technology. Also no hassle of updating your bios manually to work with Ryzen second gen.
Don't believe you have to manually upgrade bios for a 2600. None of the reviews mention this.
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2600x and I would have bitten for a cheap gaming setup for fiance. Close, but no cigar
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