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Amazon has AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 3.8 GHz 8-Core AM4 Desktop Processor (100-100000063WOF) on sale for $309.99. Shipping is free.



https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0815XF...00-20&th=1
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If you guys have to pick between the upgrade or keeping 5600x, which path should you go?
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Nice price. Potential to get another 5% off if you use your Chase Amazon Prime CC.

I'd be more interested in the 5600x, as the 58xx series are tough to cool. Even with a Noctua tower air cooler with 2 fans mounted, I'm not considering it. Besides, TX heat is bad enough - I dont need a sauna in my office as well.
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If you guys have to pick between the upgrade or keeping 5600x, which path should you go?
keep
it's not a good time & price to upgrade
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Nice price. Potential to get another 5% off if you use your Chase Amazon Prime CC.

I'd be more interested in the 5600x, as the 58xx series are tough to cool. Even with a Noctua tower air cooler with 2 fans mounted, I'm not considering it. Besides, TX heat is bad enough - I dont need a sauna in my office as well.
if you use "fake" watercooler it should be fine. I put nzxt z73
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Quote from Logan_71 :
Nice price. Potential to get another 5% off if you use your Chase Amazon Prime CC.

I'd be more interested in the 5600x, as the 58xx series are tough to cool. Even with a Noctua tower air cooler with 2 fans mounted, I'm not considering it. Besides, TX heat is bad enough - I dont need a sauna in my office as well.
Just depends on your setup. A 360mm AIO will do just fine, or if you have a lot of fans in a case vs a small SFF build. The chip was designed to run at 90c with no degradation.
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If you guys have to pick between the upgrade or keeping 5600x, which path should you go?
If you go 5800x make sure you have a beefy cooler, the chip runs hot.
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Nice price. I'd be more interested in the 5600x, as the 58xx series are tough to cool. Even with a Noctua tower air cooler with 2 fans mounted, I'm not considering it. Besides, TX heat is bad enough - I dont need a sauna in my office as well.

I have the 5800X from several months ago and got the Noctua with 2 fans mounted, with 2 intake and 4 exhaust fans. On a normal performance photoshop processing, etc. I run around 40-45 degrees. The highest I've ever had was 81, but that was testing using Prime95.
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If you guys have to pick between the upgrade or keeping 5600x, which path should you go?
It depend on the use. If it's content creation, then upgrade. If it's for gaming, then it depends if your gpu can really take advantage of the extra Horsepower.
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If you guys have to pick between the upgrade or keeping 5600x, which path should you go?
Personally I'd just stick with my 5600x, just because it would feel like spending 💰 that I don't need to spend
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Is the 5800x worth it over the 5600x strictly for gaming? Are the heat concerns overblown or real? I live in a hot area with no central A/C.
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Is the 5800x worth it over the 5600x strictly for gaming? Are the heat concerns overblown or real? I live in a hot area with no central A/C.
Short answer- no, not worth it. The heat is best determined by your case and cooling fans, not as much the ambient air temp.
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This should be the initial msrp of 5800x 2 years ago.
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If you guys have to pick between the upgrade or keeping 5600x, which path should you go?
5800x3d or 5900x, it's a waste to upgrade in same generation with merely 2 more cores. More heat and less gain overall.
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