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AMD Ryzen 7 2700 CPU + 250GB HP EX900 M.2 NVMe SSD + 3-Months Xbox Game Pass EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has AMD Ryzen 7 2700 Desktop Processor + 250GB HP EX900 M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD + 3-Months Xbox Game Pass on sale for $180.98 - $15 w/ promo code EMCTETW26 = $165.98 -> Now $167.98. Shipping is free. Thanks aznguile972

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  • AMD RYZEN 7 2700 8-Core 3.2 GHz Socket AM4 65W Desktop Processor (YD2700BBAFBOX)
  • 250GB HP EX900 M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe 3D TLC NAND Internal Solid State Drive (2YY43AA#ABC)
  • 3-Months Xbox Game Pass
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This is $69 less (29% savings) compared to the listed "was" price of $234.98. -Corwin

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NewEgg has the AMD Ryzen 7 2700 CPU + 250GB HP EX900 M.2 NVMe TLC NAND SSD combo for $167.98 after promo code (EMCTETW26) with free shipping.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Co...ption=2700

Combo Price: $236.98 - $54 (combo discount) - $15.00 (promo code) = $167.98 + FS
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Slightly surprised to find out that while the 2700 beats the 2600 in multithreaded performance, the 2600 slightly edges ahead in single thread due to stock clock speeds being higher.
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And I thought paying $189 for just the CPU was a good deal. 😔
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Your email address is not valid for redemption of promo code EMCXTETW2.
The item(s) in your shopping cart does not qualify for the discount with the promo code

Whatsup with that?

I already have a 2700X but still... It's the principle.
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I'm looking to upgrade my mobo, CPU and RAM since I upgraded to an rtx 2070. Right now I have an i7-3770k. I was thinking of switching over to AMD recently but I'm not too familiar with it. I mainly use my PC for gaming. Would this be a good upgrade? Or should I go for something more powerful?
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I'm looking to upgrade my mobo, CPU and RAM since I upgraded to an rtx 2070. Right now I have an i7-3770k. I was thinking of switching over to AMD recently but I'm not too familiar with it. I mainly use my PC for gaming. Would this be a good upgrade? Or should I go for something more powerful?

Your gpu is usually the bottleneck for gaming
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Pretty good deal considering a 256gb nvme is $50+. Get a $60 B450 motherboard and some $70 16gb 3200 ram and you've got a nice little system (you will need a GPU though, Ryzen 2700 doesn't have any integrated graphics at all)
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I'm looking to upgrade my mobo, CPU and RAM since I upgraded to an rtx 2070. Right now I have an i7-3770k. I was thinking of switching over to AMD recently but I'm not too familiar with it. I mainly use my PC for gaming. Would this be a good upgrade? Or should I go for something more powerful?
GPU is more important than CPU horsepower for gaming. Lots of people are still rocking Ivy Bridge and Skylake and they overclock easily to 4ghz+. Going to a Ryzen 2700 for gaming would not be an upgrade, more like a side-grade. NVME is nice and all but it's not a deal breaker to still rock SATA SSDs
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And I thought paying $189 for just the CPU was a good deal. 😔
Yeah I know, I was waiting for a CPU mobo combo, but the CPU alone is listed currently on sale for 199... This was too good to pass up. Plus I could probably resell the NVMe drive if I didn't need it, but I think I'll just have to look for a mobo with 2 m.2 slots now.
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I'm looking to upgrade my mobo, CPU and RAM since I upgraded to an rtx 2070. Right now I have an i7-3770k. I was thinking of switching over to AMD recently but I'm not too familiar with it. I mainly use my PC for gaming. Would this be a good upgrade? Or should I go for something more powerful?
Hell yeah! "powerful" is relative..single or multi core. AMD is much better bang for the money!
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BTW, it said the ssd wasn't in stock via PC, buuuut when I tried the app there were no problems.
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It has been awhile since my last build. Can this SSD be used as the system boot drive? If so, are there any reasons other than capacity that you wouldn't want to use it that way?
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GPU is more important than CPU horsepower for gaming. Lots of people are still rocking Ivy Bridge and Skylake and they overclock easily to 4ghz+. Going to a Ryzen 2700 for gaming would not be an upgrade, more like a side-grade. NVME is nice and all but it's not a deal breaker to still rock SATA SSDs
Gotcha. Thank you. I built this PC like 10 years ago and I'm shocked I haven't needed to upgrade the CPU/Mobo/ram.
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