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no love? this is MSRP
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Normal price.new cpu due out in march 25th
https://www.pcmag.com/news/if-you...ep-the-box
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Recently reported between 3-6 percent failure rate in series.
Read about Intel malpractices and bribes. Eye opening. Now I know why Intel do good on benchmarks 😎
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3-6 percent failure rate isn't good. Intel is below 1 percent.
Do you handle all the RMA's for Intel and AMD CPUs?

"Estimates" don't count as fact.

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Please read my original comment. "Reported" Companies that buy large quantities of AMD have reported 3-6 percent failure rate in the CPUs they receive in this particular generation/series. That doesn't mean you can't buy one or two and have them work just fine.
I can make up figures as well.

Intel has a high failure rate of an estimated 10%, as reported by a couple of retailers.

Face it, you're blowing smoke. Your talking as what you are saying is fact, when it's just your opinion (or you spreading FUD).
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Looks like mid March the shortage will finally be over, what will china choose next to create a psudeo shortage? We already did power supplies, motherboard, now cpus, probally monitors and tvs next!
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Looks like mid March the shortage will finally be over, what will china choose next to create a psudeo shortage? We already did power supplies, motherboard, now cpus, probally monitors and tvs next!
Why do you think the shortage will be ending mid March? What's changed?
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Please read my original comment. "Reported" Companies that buy large quantities of AMD have reported 3-6 percent failure rate in the CPUs they receive in this particular generation/series. That doesn't mean you can't buy one or two and have them work just fine.
What dictates a failure, though? When it comes to building PCs, people can be abysmally impatient and stupid. Since these CPUs are all the rage at the moment and have odd motherboard compatibility issues that force users to update their BIOS before installing (something many new builders are sure to miss), I wouldn't doubt if this 3-6% "failure rate" is simply people not doing their due diligence and buying before they RTFM.
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Lol , can't believe selling at msrp could be a deal info nowadays
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