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Amazon price matched too. AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core, 16-Thread Unlocked Desktop Processor with Wraith Prism LED Cooler https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SXMZ...zFb1GE2WPJ
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Bye, Bye Newegg...Late last night I was a lucky owner of a MSI GeForce RTX 3080 DirectX 12 RTX 3080 VENTUS 3X 10G OC VIDEO CARD....so I thought. After my purchase I checked my account and it was showing "in processing" so I was very happy knowing I was one of very few getting my hands on the new 3080 series card. I had email conformation from Newegg and even a PayPal email stating I submitted payment to Newegg. But today I found out they deleted my order stating "Out of stock voided". Really! Never even offered me a different card to make up for the error. I would have paid the difference even if the card was more money because I know how scarce they are.
Lol, yeah I'm investing in whatever bot developer program companies that are out there.
Like the gold rush, it was the people selling the shovels making all the money. Not the miners.
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Amazon price matched too. AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core, 16-Thread Unlocked Desktop Processor with Wraith Prism LED Cooler https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SXMZ...zFb1GE2WPJ
Great deal. Paid #350 for it in July last year. Did some benchmarking on it, and now plan on selling it to afford the 4700x.
So if I don't use the 3700x much, should I sell it now, or in a month+? What will it be going for when the 4000 series comes out? I suspect that it will be limited in stock, but not as bad as the 3080 release today. But it will be cheaper, and if people can't get their shiny new gpu, then they might hit up a new processor.
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Great deal. Paid #350 for it in July last year. Did some benchmarking on it, and now plan on selling it to afford the 4700x.
So if I don't use the 3700x much, should I sell it now, or in a month+? What will it be going for when the 4000 series comes out? I suspect that it will be limited in stock, but not as bad as the 3080 release today. But it will be cheaper, and if people can't get their shiny new gpu, then they might hit up a new processor.
Imagine resale value will drop a bit when the new processors come out. supply of the new chips will probably be less than demand. If you don't need it, sell it now to get max $$$ after the price goes back up!
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Great deal. Paid #350 for it in July last year. Did some benchmarking on it, and now plan on selling it to afford the 4700x.
So if I don't use the 3700x much, should I sell it now, or in a month+? What will it be going for when the 4000 series comes out? I suspect that it will be limited in stock, but not as bad as the 3080 release today. But it will be cheaper, and if people can't get their shiny new gpu, then they might hit up a new processor.
A lot of people have in mind what you have in mind (upgrade). Unless you want to sell in a flooded market, I'd suggest you sell now Wink
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Thread crappers should have an automatic hide feature after 5+ downvotes. Nothing of value is added when you're talking about something completely different. I'm on mobile so it might be different on desktop.

For those who can wait, do so. We're literally days away from 4000 announcement.
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The 3700X is barely better than the 3600 which Microcenter was selling for almost half the price ($155) a few weeks back. It'd be best to wait for a few weeks for the new AMD 5000 series CPUs. This is not a deal.
It's 8/16 vs 6/12, out of the gate it's 33% better on core count alone. If you can't utilize that many cores, the sure. For the rest of us, it's a worthwhile upgrade.

That being said, we are very close to zen3, which is why I'm waiting.
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Lol, yeah I'm investing in whatever bot developer program companies that are out there.
Like the gold rush, it was the people selling the shovels making all the money. Not the miners.
I don't understand why you're being down voted.. Bots really screwed us over.
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This is a ok deal. Remember you want 8 real cores for your next gaming machine. 4-6 core aint going to cut it.
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Amazon price matched too. AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core, 16-Thread Unlocked Desktop Processor with Wraith Prism LED Cooler https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SXMZ...zFb1GE2WPJ [amazon.com]
went with this, thanks.
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It's 8/16 vs 6/12, out of the gate it's 33% better on core count alone. If you can't utilize that many cores, the sure. For the rest of us, it's a worthwhile upgrade.

That being said, we are very close to zen3, which is why I'm waiting.
And better cooler, right?
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Worth upgrading from a Ryzen 7 2700x? I want to build a new machine and (hopefully) get a 3080 gpu
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