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GIGABYTE Z490 AORUS MASTER LGA 1200 Intel Z490 ATX Motherboard + Intel i9-10850KA Avengers Edition + $30 MIR + FS @ Newegg $644.98

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GIGABYTE Z490 AORUS MASTER LGA 1200 Intel Z490 ATX Motherboard with Triple M.2, SATA 6Gb/s, USB 3.2 Gen 2, WIFI 6, 2.5 GbE LAN (Model:Z490 AORUS MASTER)

Intel Core i9-10850KA Comet Lake 10-Core 3.6 GHz LGA 1200 125W Desktop Processor w/ Intel UHD Graphics 630 - Avengers Limited Edition - BX8070110850KA (Model:BX8070110850KA)

+ $30 MIR + FS - $644.98 @ Newegg

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So tempted now.
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What is the price for the game in CL/Facebook Mkt/Offerup?
Has anyone actually received cashback from newegg from certain cashback website?
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There's also a free software/trial bundle added to some Intel CPU purchases with Newegg.

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I was thinking about waiting for a Zen 3 5900x. Do you guys have advice for me. This will be primarily for gaming
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Sh.....should I!!!?!!!?
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Would there be an appreciable difference using a Ryzen 3700x with a cheaper mobo than this?

Use case is 80% for gaming with a gtx 1080 (upgrading to rtx 3070 eventually) and 20% cpu intensive tasks

I'm not a fan boy in either direction
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I was thinking about waiting for a Zen 3 5900x. Do you guys have advice for me. This will be primarily for gaming
good cpu, but its suitability will depend on graphics card pairing. if you're going to run a 3 series nvidia on high res it wont mike too much of a difference and the money for the processor would be better spent somewhere else. if youre running 1080 or 1440 at very high refresh rates the 5900x would be a great choice.
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decent price. 5900x with a similar spec motherboard would be better choice if you can find one in stock.
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Would there be would would there be an appreciable difference using a Ryzen 3700x with a cheaper mobo than this?

Use case is 80% for gaming with a gtx 1080 (upgrading to rtx 3070 eventually) and 20% cpu intensive tasks

I'm not a fan boy in either direction

You will get some boost using an AMD CPU with an AMD GPU but if using an nVidia GPU, I would give the slight nod to Intel for gaming.
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Would there be an appreciable difference using a Ryzen 3700x with a cheaper mobo than this?

Use case is 80% for gaming with a gtx 1080 (upgrading to rtx 3070 eventually) and 20% cpu intensive tasks

I'm not a fan boy in either direction
if you are already using the 3700x, i'd say hold onto that until you actually need an upgrade, since it's still a very capable cpu. while the i9-10850k is better, i wouldn't consider it worth the money to upgrade at all. it would be much better spent on a future generation cpu. if you're noticing any dips in gaming performance, the money would be better spent on a gpu.
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if you are already using the 3700x, i'd say hold onto that until you actually need an upgrade, since it's still a very capable cpu. while the i9-10850k is better, i wouldn't consider it worth the money to upgrade at all. it would be much better spent on a future generation cpu. if you're noticing any dips in gaming performance, the money would be better spent on a gpu.
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Oh no, I haven't upgraded yet. I was aiming at a 3700x build, just wasn't sure if the extra cost for this would see any appreciable gains between the two.

My current rig is a 10 year old gaming pc with a 1080, lol. Gaming would be at 1440p too
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Is this a good upgrade to my 4770k I'm running a titan x maxwell super clocked.
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Oh no, I haven't upgraded yet. I was aiming at a 3700x build, just wasn't sure if the extra cost for this would see any appreciable gains between the two.

My current rig is a 10 year old gaming pc with a 1080, lol. Gaming would be at 1440p too
If you can wait, then the best choices are ryzen 5600x for heavily gaming focused PC at a good price, or 5900x for CPU intensive tasks as well. But they're both out of stock and who knows when they will reappear.

I'm not sure how CPU intensive your work is, but at 1440p gaming, I'd put more money into GPU than CPU.

If you have to build one now, I suppose I would go with the 3700x unless that extra CPU performance of the 10850k would somehow make you more money in the long run.

If money is no object, then the i9 (or buy from a scalper though I am completely against that practice)
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Does Jarvis come with the bundle?
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