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ShetBoyardee asked this question on 10-03-2022 at 11:45 AM
10-03-2022 at 11:46 AM
No, not really. Actually the 3700x with PCI Express 4 support and 16mb more L2 cache is the better choice.
10-03-2022 at 11:46 AM
I'm on the same boat but waiting for 5700x to drop in price. I don't want to lose my PCIe 4.0 speeds with this one.
10-03-2022 at 11:46 AM
Honestly the only noticeable upgrades from the 3700x (like actual, percievable upgrades) will be jumping to something with more cores (for development/creative/productivity apps), or jumping to a 5800x3d (for gaming... which will be a huge huge difference)
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10-03-2022 at 11:45 AM
Probably not. +2 cores to an already fast 6-core and +1 graphics CU (7 to 8). But it's your last chance APU on the AM4 socket so if you want to splurge and use it for 5+ years, go for it.

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They will be under $180 soon wait
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thanks for posting this OP Smilie . it really cheers me up when I see falling prices like this.. hopefully the ryzen 5 , 5600x that I'm after will fall in price too (even more so than it has already if you go by amazon MSRP) by black friday Smilie
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Is this worth an upgrade from my 3700x??
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Quote from ShetBoyardee :
Is this worth an upgrade from my 3700x??
I'm on the same boat but waiting for 5700x to drop in price. I don't want to lose my PCIe 4.0 speeds with this one.
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Quote from ShetBoyardee :
Is this worth an upgrade from my 3700x??
No, not really. Actually the 3700x with PCI Express 4 support and 16mb more L2 cache is the better choice.
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https://versus.com/en/amd-ryzen-7...en-7-5700g Here is a link which may help 3700x vs. 5700g
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Is it $85 better than the 5600G?
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Quote from TalentedDesk716 :
They will be under $180 soon wait
If you keep waiting it'll be under $30
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Just wish it was 3d ram the igp prolly would destroy Nvidia low end and crush their dreams to price gouge, oh wait that already happened thanks to eth
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Is it $85 better than the 5600G?
Probably not. +2 cores to an already fast 6-core and +1 graphics CU (7 to 8). But it's your last chance APU on the AM4 socket so if you want to splurge and use it for 5+ years, go for it.
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Hold the lime people!
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Is it $85 better than the 5600G?
Good question. Also, does it come with any free games?
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I'm interested around $150. Though if this hits $150 and the 5600G is $100, I'm probably choosing the 5600G.
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