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Man, this has me REALLY tempted to finally upgrade my i7-2700k.
I had upgraded from an i7-2700K to the 2700X. Was worth the upgrade, much snappier response. Worth the upgrade especially with this deal if you have been waiting to upgrade. Also, nothing wrong with 2700K, it still performs have repurposed it for the kids.
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bought $418 from Amazon CPU Only

returned that since my case hasnt arrived yet

bought this instead
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Still waiting for my first gen i7 to die... plz die...
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If I hadn't literally just completed my PC build last weekend I would have been all over this. Bought a Ryzen 7 3700x for $270 and the current 1tb Samsung Evo 970 for $200 at microcenter.
If you feel like waiting I get the feeling that AMD is getting ready to announce their latest CPUs and GPUs. Some of their new technology was included in the PS5 and Xbox announcements last week, and their prices have been coming down on their CPUs as of late.
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Still waiting for my first gen i7 to die... plz die...
Yeah. I'm rocking an i7 3770k and it seems to do the job well enough for me. But when you start comparing it to benches from CPUBenchmarks. You really see the missed potential.

I have a new PSU already purchased for my new machine. Just waiting for the right deals to pop up to build my next box. I don't think this is as slick as it should be considering the new 4xxx Ryzen chips should drop this year.

That being said. I ALMOST bought this bundle.
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Decent deal, but you gotta be careful with some combos like this. I would argue that this price is kind of what both items would come to if you bought them separately anyways...
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I don't need it... I don't need it... I don't need it... I NEED IT!
Thank you for talking me out of it... I really don't need it 😂
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Decent deal, but you gotta be careful with some combos like this. I would argue that this price is kind of what both items would come to if you bought them separately anyways...
You're saving closer to $30-60 depending on what's available to you. This deal combo would be $483 at Microcenter, and $505 on Amazon.
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I had upgraded from an i7-2700K to the 2700X. Was worth the upgrade, much snappier response. Worth the upgrade especially with this deal if you have been waiting to upgrade. Also, nothing wrong with 2700K, it still performs have repurposed it for the kids.
I agree. Still running a i7 2600K, and it does great for most things. Just can't do anything with video editing above 1080p.
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I upgraded from a 2700x. Huge improvement, not just 450 more MHz boost but the extra cores are so nice. I can have a game up, webex/zoom running, A WLS window and a couple VM's and not break a sweat.
Finally a real world use case
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I would bite if that was a 1 terabyte drive.
i dont know why you felt the need to tell everyone you're not buying it
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I agree. Still running a i7 2600K, and it does great for most things. Just can't do anything with video editing above 1080p.
2600k crew checking in

can't believe how long computers last me these days. what is this, like 7 years old CPU?
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2600k crew checking in

can't believe how long computers last me these days. what is this, like 7 years old CPU?
Hehe, yeah, crazy. I actually built mine bake in 2011. I'd does most things I need. Just bummed I can't run an nvme as a system drive... 🙁

Oh, and glad to hear there are more of us out there... 😁
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2600k crew checking in

can't believe how long computers last me these days. what is this, like 7 years old CPU?
Two days ago I just retired my i5-2500k @ 4.3ghz, 8GB memory system. Actually just sold it to someone else locally yesterday too. I was rocking that up till 2 day ago. It was time to upgrade to a ryzen. I was hurting in the cpu area in multi-tasking and some games.
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