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If you read about Intel, you know how low they are going to save their Ashes. Very pity.
This is called confirmation bias. The user will stick to their guns with this one article and take it as absolute before attempting to refute their own claims.

It's your typical fanboy.
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So when is the best time to buy a Ryzen 7 3700x and above? Upgrade my old 1700x https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
At the beginning of Nov (when new Ryzen was launched) I paid $195 for the 3600. Today, after 5 months, same CPU is $190...
So my thinking is: in about 4-5 months you may see another $10 (maybe $15) off, but don't take my word for it!
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At the beginning of Nov (when new Ryzen was launched) I paid $195 for the 3600. Today, after 5 months, same CPU is $190...
So my thinking is: in about 4-5 months you may see another $10 (maybe $15) off, but don't take my word for it!
In between it was like 150 or 160 on certain sales
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You must've missed that AMD acknowledged there was an issue and have been looking into it further.

Completely incorrect. More than one was named. It's not a non-issue if there are a more than fair number of DOA CPUs being put in circulation. Only a true AMD fanboy would defend such a thing. But even if it was just PowerGPU, how is that good if they're building PCs, install the CPU, and it's DOA, then do it again and the same thing? The other thing also being the MOBO issue, so you could be gaming and suddenly your mouse or keyboard stops working, and the initial thought is to check the kb/m, yet it's really the MOBO. So now you and other inexperienced users will probably waste their $$$ on something they could fix themselves, but they don't know how. Geek Squad loves you and your pals. Makes them lots of $$$.
It is a none issue. Read the link.
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Lol , can't believe selling at msrp could be a deal info nowadays
The deal is you can buy one. Not sure why this has to be explained over and over.
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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
There are other neutral assessments out there that deal with the failure rate.

Paul's Hardware gives a good view on this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWYRltLVIfw

The recently released AMD CPU's are starting to be come available. It is the new GPU's that are hard to find, unless you want to pay bloated secondary market prices.
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I have been using this 5800x CPU since release back in November last year and having no issue with the heat like some said. I am using a 280mm Corsair AIO and underload temp is under 40C and gaming temp never goes above 60 C.

However, I did have some issues with the PCIe Gen 4 when I pair it with the 3090. I had to force the mobo (X570) running Gen 3 to avoid Unreal engine crash with some games.
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So when is the best time to buy a Ryzen 7 3700x and above? Upgrade my old 1700x Smilie
I picked up a 3700x last black Friday for 270, pretty happy with that price
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Imagine being such a delusional "pee see master race lol" nerd that you scramble to pay the entire price of a new Xbox series X or ps5, just for the processor of your new computer, with no real idea of when or if you'll ever be able to grab a GPU for it.
Imagine some people do more than game on their pee see.
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You don't need to tell me twice, I'm a software engineer. But the people frothing to buy these at MSRP are leet gamers building 3/4 of a machine and sitting on it.
And what about the other half? Side hustling miners?
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Lol , can't believe selling at msrp could be a deal info nowadays
Supply and demand has always created popular SD posts. PS5, RTX cards, etc. and has nothing to do with MSRP or percent off.
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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
You're comparing this to a Nike/Supreme type of marketing when it's really not.. They cater to hype, fashion, fads and resale. If AMD made a Limited Edition Gucci collab then yes.
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