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AMD Ryzen 5 1600 3.2GHz CPU + ASRock B450M-HDV MicroATX Motherboard EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has AMD Ryzen 5 1600 3.2GHz 6-Core / 12-Thread AM4 Processor w/ Wraith Spire Cooler (YD1600BBAEBOX) + ASRock B450M-HDV R4.0 Promontory AM4 MicroATX Motherboard on sale for $139.98. Shipping is free. Thanks Peter_x9
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  • The purchase of this Processor and Motherboard together as a combo deal yields a 24.5% savings over what you would pay if you purchased these items separately.

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We are exactly 2 weeks away from Ryzen 2 announcement when they will say what the specs and the prices are on the new chips coming probably around July.
If somehow the specs/price at the announcement don't blow your skirt up then I'm sure Microcenter will still have $80 R5 1600's 2 weeks from now. They will also probably have some open box mobo's to choose from. The $30 combo discount works on open box stuff too.



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This board isn't very good. If this included the ASRock Pro4 with the good VRMs and the 4 RAM slots it'd be inline with the Microcenter cost for the ASRock Pro4 + 1600 ($125) and worth $140 from NewEgg, but with this board this combo isn't much of a deal. A 1600 on this board ought to be about $115-125 tops.
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Good deal. Thx op
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I'm going to be going by a micro center in a couple of weeks. Hold out til then for a better deal, you guys reckon?
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This board isn't very good. If this included the ASRock Pro4 with the good VRMs and the 4 RAM slots it'd be inline with the Microcenter cost for the ASRock Pro4 + 1600 ($125) and worth $140 from NewEgg, but with this board this combo isn't much of a deal. A 1600 on this board ought to be about $115-125 tops.
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I'm going to be going by a micro center in a couple of weeks. Hold out til then for a better deal, you guys reckon?
We are exactly 2 weeks away from Ryzen 2 announcement when they will say what the specs and the prices are on the new chips coming probably around July.
If somehow the specs/price at the announcement don't blow your skirt up then I'm sure Microcenter will still have $80 R5 1600's 2 weeks from now. They will also probably have some open box mobo's to choose from. The $30 combo discount works on open box stuff too.



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We are exactly 2 weeks away from Ryzen 2 announcement when they will say what the specs and the prices are on the new chips coming probably around July.
If somehow the specs/price at the announcement don't blow your skirt up then I'm sure Microcenter will still have $80 R5 1600's 2 weeks from now. They will also probably have some open box mobo's to choose from. The $30 combo discount works on open box stuff too.



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Is the $30 off at MC including open boxes the norm every where else in the US except Tustin, CA store? They've told me that they don't deduct $30 on open box items. If you pair a new CPU and a new motherboard, then a $30 discount applies.
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Is the $30 off at MC including open boxes the norm every where else in the US except Tustin, CA store? They've told me that they don't deduct $30 on open box items. If you pair a new CPU and a new motherboard, then a $30 discount applies.
They do, I was able to get 1600 and mb for $120
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Is the $30 off at MC including open boxes the norm every where else in the US except Tustin, CA store? They've told me that they don't deduct $30 on open box items. If you pair a new CPU and a new motherboard, then a $30 discount applies.
I've had this experience at the Paterson, NJ Microcenter too, they won't do open box discounts on open box mobos

to OP: wait it out, the $79 Ryzen 1600 isn't going anywhere and its worth seeing what the new Ryzen 3000 line looks like
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I've had this experience at the Paterson, NJ Microcenter too, they won't do open box discounts on open box mobos

to OP: wait it out, the $79 Ryzen 1600 isn't going anywhere and its worth seeing what the new Ryzen 3000 line looks like

I have had different exp with the same store. Just past weekend reserved combo with openbox mb and while pickingup asked for the combo discount and the manager approved it.
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I've had this experience at the Paterson, NJ Microcenter too, they won't do open box discounts on open box mobos

to OP: wait it out, the $79 Ryzen 1600 isn't going anywhere and its worth seeing what the new Ryzen 3000 line looks like
We'll see what a 3700 looks like on my b350 board, overclocked... Hopefully my b350 board, with large custom heatsinks on the vrms, supports the chip, and deliver proper voltage, without frying the board.
I figure though, ill have to try...fry a few different b350's before it actually boots?
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This board isn't very good. If this included the ASRock Pro4 with the good VRMs and the 4 RAM slots it'd be inline with the Microcenter cost for the ASRock Pro4 + 1600 ($125) and worth $140 from NewEgg, but with this board this combo isn't much of a deal. A 1600 on this board ought to be about $115-125 tops.
Totally agree. Noone shoul ezpect any overclocking headroom with this mobo. Considering r5 1600 itself is worth 120 dollars the board seems to be still a good deal of 20 dollars but its performance will be abysmal. Would like to hear from anyone who uses the board but I wouldn't be surprised if the cpu cannot reach its full turbo freq. with this board. Would be acceptable to pair it with a pentium level cpu but definitely not a ryzen 5.
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I bought a Ryzen 1600 from Microcenter in Tustin, CA just last week when they got restocked. The sales person stated they had over 300 of them in stock at that time. I'd say they are good for at least a few weeks of stock there!
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