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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.
That is the problem with AMD trying to be good and nice with all existing customers, you can get the best and greatest up and running with a simple bios update even on cheap lower end B450 boards, something goes wrong yep is the cpu and AMD gets blamed for it meanwhile Intel says fark it buy a new expensive motherboard bc this it won't work no matter what so eat your sh&t, can you even oc your ram on cheaper Intel motherboards? NO, can you oc your non K cpu? NO, that is self explanatory, a lot less risk something goes wrong and then blame the company, AMD should start doing the same trying to be nice is not doing much of a favor, my 5800X is rock solid on a X570 tomahawk board but I have done a few more builds in the past so I'm more experienced than the average user
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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!
Psuedo shortage? Yeah, companies go out of their way to lower production so that they can sell less of a product than they want to.
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no love? this is MSRP
the value isnt there compared to 5600 or 5900.
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Psuedo shortage? Yeah, companies go out of their way to lower production so that they can sell less of a product than they want to.
they do that all the time in various forms. To create hype, create demand etc especially if you have a solid grip on the market
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So when is the best time to buy a Ryzen 7 3700x and above? Upgrade my old 1700x Smilie
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they do that all the time in various forms. To create hype, create demand etc especially if you have a solid grip on the market
They don't have a solid grip, and Intel has gained market share. These guys are smarter than us, and they'd have destroyed intel had they enough supply.
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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.
yeah, of a sample size of 300 chips. that doesn't even count as data at that number.

let me see how many chips they have failed out of 10000.
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Right, well first welcome to slickdeals. I noticed you are a new user and still learning the ropes about deals. Second, I'm not making up figures. This has been a hot topic on Reddit, and there have been tech blogs reporting on it [youtube.com] as well. Are you suggesting they are making it all up?

My current understanding is that many of them are DOA. There have been also issues with the B550 and X570 MOBOs that are used with the AMD chipset. Again, I'm only sharing what has recently been reported and a hot topic. That doesn't mean you won't get one that works just fine.
You are spreading a non-issue. The initial claim is from Powergpu, who is a custom PC builder. These other Youtubers made some videos questioning this claim; they are not confirming it. It is kind of shady for PowerGPU to make this claim since no other retailers are reporting it. It could also be that they are messing up the CPU's while custom building it.

https://hothardware.com/news/amd-...estigation
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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.
If you read about Intel, you know how low they are going to save their Ashes. Very pity.
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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!
Don't forget graphics cards, can't find them anywhere.
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Normal price.new cpu due out in march 25th
https://www.pcmag.com/news/if-you-buy-an-amd-ryzen-5000-cpu-make-sure-you-keep-the-box
You should go read more than 1 article on this subject
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So when is the best time to buy a Ryzen 7 3700x and above? Upgrade my old 1700x Smilie
When they drop the new chipset, I believe this is the last generation for this one
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You are spreading a non-issue. The initial claim is from Powergpu, who is a custom PC builder. These other Youtubers made some videos questioning this claim; they are not confirming it. It is kind of shady for PowerGPU to make this claim since no other retailers are reporting it. It could also be that they are messing up the CPU's while custom building it.

https://hothardware.com/news/amd-...estigation
Thanks for the info on AMD.
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