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Last Edited by JohnDubya August 6, 2020 at 07:36 AM
FWIW, here are the retail prices right now, for comparison:
  • $410 (Intel Core i7-10700K)
  • $200 (GIGABYTE Z490 AORUS ELITE)
  • $118 (OLOy 32GB DDR4 3600 (PC4 28800))
= $728 retail
- $660 (this deal)


= $68 savings off retail

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Typically, Intel is better for gaming and single-thread intensive applications like the Adobe suite. AMD is better for multi-threaded applications and things that are computationally intensive like video rendering and modelling.
If you are more into gaming, Intel. If you are more creative or professional, AMD.

Speculation: AMD has been trailing behind Intel with gaming, but Intel has been struggling which may allow AMD to even out with the Ryzen 4000 series.
Core 2 Quad q6600 here
Haha just upgraded to a ryzen 3600 from a oced q6600 about 6 months ago laugh out loud Loved that chip, it was a champ

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wow, hope it was an itx board
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wow, hope it was an itx board

Same here
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I am still using an i7-970... Need to upgrade but will probably go AMD to save money, but as you can tell I will hold on to things till it's absolete, maybe this is worth it?
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This is so tempted but 4th gen amd... Ahhhhhh
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Dang, I've saved up for a totally new build and have been told to wait until AMD... but this is so tempting. Is there really going to be better/comparable performance at this price point on the new AMD chips?
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I am still using an i7-970... Need to upgrade but will probably go AMD to save money, but as you can tell I will hold on to things till it's absolete, maybe this is worth it?
same. i only play dota now and it works flawlessly on it. still having the itch to upgrade.
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I am still using an i7-970... Need to upgrade but will probably go AMD to save money, but as you can tell I will hold on to things till it's absolete, maybe this is worth it?
Core 2 Quad q6600 here
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I dont see the ram as part of the combo deal?
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Typically, Intel is better for gaming and single-thread intensive applications like the Adobe suite. AMD is better for multi-threaded applications and things that are computationally intensive like video rendering and modelling.
If you are more into gaming, Intel. If you are more creative or professional, AMD.

Speculation: AMD has been trailing behind Intel with gaming, but Intel has been struggling which may allow AMD to even out with the Ryzen 4000 series.
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