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AMD RYZEN 7 2700 8-Core 3.2 GHz 4.1 GHz Max Socket AM4 65W Desktop Processor
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Intel is losing the enterprise fast. I current work at a fortune 500 and we're going to deploy several thousand ryzen based systems for our CDN. Intel's PCI express support is abysmal and they being crushed by AMD for throughput. Fastest intel xeon system we could get our hands on can barely handle 60 gigabits with a dual 100 gigabit card with no room for anything else on the bus. Far cheaper similar specced ryzen based systems can handle the full 2x100 gigabit saturated and additionally simultaneously handle full throughput on a dozen nvme drives.
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I believe he was comparing the performance not the price ..
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Which i7 is $140?
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Fair deal, considering that the 2700X usually retails for a good $70-$80 more, and this one is only slightly slower than that (Base clocks are same, boost clocks are 4.1Ghz for this and 4.2GHz for the 2700X). Pretty sure that this also doesn't come with an iGPU, but the savings will make up for it. Just be careful though, because if the GPU dies then you won't have anything to display-out with
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Alright, so I'm still rocking an Intel i5 6500 paired with a R9 390. I keep seeing the prices on these AMD processors dropping. Are they going to continue to drop, or should I jump on this?
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Alright, so I'm still rocking an Intel i5 6500 paired with a R9 390. I keep seeing the prices on these AMD processors dropping. Are they going to continue to drop, or should I jump on this?
It's safe to say they are dropping due to new chip releases....the 4000 series is due soon. Then the 3000 series will be discounted and these 2000 series will go cheaper or be unavailable
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Amd is all around killing it and Intel still feels comfortable should tell you... Shits gonna keep dropping until Intel is only strong in IoT and Enterprise, then when AMD wins the next Supercomputer contract after Aurora is built they will get up off their laurels.
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Still a good processor in 2020, good deal will consider.
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Amd is all around killing it and Intel still feels comfortable should tell you... Shits gonna keep dropping until Intel is only strong in IoT and Enterprise, then when AMD wins the next Supercomputer contract after Aurora is built they will get up off their laurels.
Intel is losing the enterprise fast. I current work at a fortune 500 and we're going to deploy several thousand ryzen based systems for our CDN. Intel's PCI express support is abysmal and they being crushed by AMD for throughput. Fastest intel xeon system we could get our hands on can barely handle 60 gigabits with a dual 100 gigabit card with no room for anything else on the bus. Far cheaper similar specced ryzen based systems can handle the full 2x100 gigabit saturated and additionally simultaneously handle full throughput on a dozen nvme drives.
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It's safe to say they are dropping due to new chip releases....the 4000 series is due soon. Then the 3000 series will be discounted and these 2000 series will go cheaper or be unavailable
Soon is probably Q3 at the absolute soonest...

Seems like the current advice is to wait and see what the new consoles come with... Likely to be Ryzen 3000 series 8 cores at ~3.5 ghz. If you get a faster CPU that then you should be good to go for several years as many, many PC games will be using that as their high performance baseline since they will also be released for the Series X.

Wait for the Ryzen 3000 series at these prices for gaming. That's my $.02.
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It's safe to say they are dropping due to new chip releases....the 4000 series is due soon. Then the 3000 series will be discounted and these 2000 series will go cheaper or be unavailable
This competes more with the i7 chips. Your chip is lower, but if you only game 1080p, I say keep it. And if you don't do much editing (4k vids, pics, etc) then your chips should still be good.
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8 cores so this would be equivalent to an i7?
Which i7 is $140?
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It's safe to say they are dropping due to new chip releases....the 4000 series is due soon. Then the 3000 series will be discounted and these 2000 series will go cheaper or be unavailable
4000 series has not even been unveiled yet, so not "due soon." I am hoping AMD will give some information on the 4000 series at Computex in May.
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I believe he was comparing the performance not the price ..
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Excellent value if you're building a server or anything along those lines.

If you're gaming - might as well buy a Ryzen 5 3600 as the per-threat performance increase makes it a more attractive chip than the 2700.
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