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B&H Photo Video offers qualifying PayPal Customers: AMD Ryzen 9 5900X 3.7 GHz 12-Core AM4 Socket Desktop Processor (100-100000061WOF) on sale for $539.99 - $75 Off $375+ at B&H Photo PayPal Coupon (eligibility may vary) = $464.99 when you follow the deal instructions below and pay using PayPal. Shipping is free.

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  1. Login to or sign up for your PayPal account
  2. Go to the PayPal Offers page
  3. On the large banner under "Deals and offers", use the side-scrolling arrow button on the right side of the banner to browse through your available deals. Look for the B&H offer for "Get $75 off $375+ when you pay with PayPal"
  4. Click Save Offer
  5. A popup may appear with details for this offer, click Save Offer on the popup as well
  6. Go to your PayPal Wallet and confirm the "B&H $75.00" offer shows in the Offers section of the sidebar
  7. Visit B&H Photo Video and add AMD Ryzen 9 5900X Processor to cart
  8. With your PayPal offer activated, pay for your order using PayPal
  9. Price will be $539.99 - $75 PayPal discount = $464.99
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  • Discount will be automatically applied by PayPal.
  • Offer ends 11:59:59 p.m. ET on August 25, 2021.
  • "Reward": $75 USD voucher that will be viewable in the "Offers" section of the Eligible Participant's Valid Account for personal or premier accounts. For business accounts, the Reward will only be visible during checkout and on the purchase transaction receipt(s).
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Did you get a price match to work? They told me it's the best price they can offer.
Didnt try.
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Any recommendations for a board?

I like this one, but it is very expensive (over $400). My plan is to have a very robust photo and video editing system, and this motherboard looks like a good way forward for my interests.

https://www.newegg.com/asus-proar...6813119496
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Quote from sshapiro63 :
I like this one, but it is very expensive (over $400). My plan is to have a very robust photo and video editing system, and this motherboard looks like a good way forward for my interests.

https://www.newegg.com/asus-proar...6813119496
The Gigabyte Aero G is an X570s motherboard specifically targeted at content creators. It goes for $350 if you want to consider it.
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The Gigabyte Aero G is an X570s motherboard specifically targeted at content creators. It goes for $350 if you want to consider it.
Great information, I will check it out. Thank you!
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AM4 is a dead platform, Alder Lake (Intel 12th gen) launches in October and is heavily rumored to beat Zen3 by 20% in single thread and 10% in multi thread, and gets you on a new platform that supports DDR5 and pcie5.0. Even if you dont end up buying Intel 12th gen, AMD will be forced to do more price cuts to respond as Zen4 launches late 2022.

Point is, now is a bad time to buy a CPU, especially if you dont already own an AM4 board with DDR4.
So the Paypal $75 coupon expires in 3 days. Anything else good to buy at B&H? Just some high level opinions
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Tried price match for BB and Amazon, no luck.
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Used the deal to get $75 off the 5800x @$393. Should be compatible with my ASRock x470 Taichi board and a noticable upgrade to my 2700x that I'll be able to repurpose or sell.

Also I think the $75 may be after taxes.
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AM4 is a dead platform, Alder Lake (Intel 12th gen) launches in October and is heavily rumored to beat Zen3 by 20% in single thread and 10% in multi thread, and gets you on a new platform that supports DDR5 and pcie5.0. Even if you dont end up buying Intel 12th gen, AMD will be forced to do more price cuts to respond as Zen4 launches late 2022.

Point is, now is a bad time to buy a CPU, especially if you dont already own an AM4 board with DDR4.
Alternatively: there will always be new stuff coming. I don't believe those Intel numbers until I see them (see the last 10 years). DDR5 won't be notably better than DDR4 for another few years in terms of performance/$. Plus there will be some early adopter bugs/issues and with supply chain issues, I don't see price getting much better for another year or so.

In my experience, better to buy into a platform late when things are stable instead of being a guinea pig testing out the new stuff for a year or two. Just my 2c.
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Alternatively: there will always be new stuff coming. I don't believe those Intel numbers until I see them (see the last 10 years). DDR5 won't be notably better than DDR4 for another few years in terms of performance/$. Plus there will be some early adopter bugs/issues and with supply chain issues, I don't see price getting much better for another year or so.

In my experience, better to buy into a platform late when things are stable instead of being a guinea pig testing out the new stuff for a year or two. Just my 2c.

I agree with you. I typically build computers with processors and motherboards that have been sold for at least a year. That scheme usually allows me to get products with fewer bugs and for less money than when they are first released. After I build a system the only component I ever change is the graphics card.
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Alternatively: there will always be new stuff coming. I don't believe those Intel numbers until I see them (see the last 10 years). DDR5 won't be notably better than DDR4 for another few years in terms of performance/$. Plus there will be some early adopter bugs/issues and with supply chain issues, I don't see price getting much better for another year or so.

In my experience, better to buy into a platform late when things are stable instead of being a guinea pig testing out the new stuff for a year or two. Just my 2c.
remember rambus?
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Thank you. I've been looking at the 5900x and most of sellers want over $550 on facebook market. Mine turns $495 after tax.
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Almost bit on this, but BH charging tax in FL now......Mad
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This is too good to pass up. $455 incl. taxes out the door with paypal coupon and discover CB
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