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AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 8-Core CPU + ASRock X470 Master SLI/AC Motherboard EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 8-Core 3.7GHz Desktop AM4 Processor (YD270XBGAFBOX) + ASRock X470 Master SLI/AC AM4 AMD Promontory Motherboard on sale for $354.98. Shipping is free with ShopRunner (free 2-Year Membership for PayPal members) or Premier, otherwise shipping is $3.99. Thanks DJ3xclusive
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Remember: Ryzen 3000 has Spectre mitigations built in, so you get an additional performance boost that'll be kinda like even higher IPC! Stay strong, man!

These deals are pretty spectacular though, so it's not a bad time to need a new box right now, either!
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There is also the combo with the MSI B450 Tomahawk for $359.98 (only $5 more). From what I can tell, the major differences are that you are getting a better mobo for overclocking (much better VRM) but are losing out on the wifi/bluetooth.

Also, some people like MSI over Asrock and vice-versa.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Co...bo.3908148
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Running both , an older Asrock x99 OC Formuls 3.1 (5930k) and newer x470 Taichi (2700x) , both overclocked , rock stable and problem free . Sorry but Asus quality is not what it used to be , but to each his own .
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This seems like an extremely good deal. Basically getting a x470 MOBO with wifi for $60.00. Am I missing something?

The only "issue" I can find with the board is that the VRM are on the lower end when compared to other boards.
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Would love to jump on PC part deals like this...only issue is that I can't justify purchasing until I can get a Gpu at a decent price. Probably won't be buying another component/case until I have a Gpu shipped. This seems like a decent deal, damn.
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This is a great deal today. I am in middle of putting together my build list for a new gaming rig but its just not worth it if you don't NEED a system now. The 3600x is expected to be better and cheaper than the 2700x at even a "deal" price. If you can wait then wait. If not this looks to be a good deal. Nice find!
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Not the best motherboard apparently for overclocking, but a pretty decent deal overall.
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Trust nothing but Asus mobo. Good luck
that's funny because i build PCs for a living and asus are the LEAST reliable ones. i got a pair of DOA asus motherboards sitting on my desk right now, waiting to go back. a zenith extreme and a Z390-I Strix
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Trust nothing but Asus mobo. Good luck
Running both , an older Asrock x99 OC Formuls 3.1 (5930k) and newer x470 Taichi (2700x) , both overclocked , rock stable and problem free . Sorry but Asus quality is not what it used to be , but to each his own .
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There is also the combo with the MSI B450 Tomahawk for $359.98 (only $5 more). From what I can tell, the major differences are that you are getting a better mobo for overclocking (much better VRM) but are losing out on the wifi/bluetooth.

Also, some people like MSI over Asrock and vice-versa.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Co...bo.3908148
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What's a good small or mini case for this?
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Trust nothing but Asus mobo. Good luck
My ASUS MB is the ONLY one to ever go bad on me, my ASRock is a great board in quality, build, components, design... Granted any brand product can go bad and a percentage of all brands do go bad but there is nothing wrong with an ASRock MB, it is no worse than an ASUS.
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Oh wow man I just got the Ryzen 5 2600X ($200) + MSI B450 Tomahawk ($114). Frown
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For Gaming this or a 9600k?
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