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Micro Center: Purchase AMD Ryzen 7 or 9 Series Processor, Get 32GB DDR5 Kit EXPIRED

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Micro Center [store locator] is offering 32GB G.Skill Flare X5 DDR5 5600 Memory Kit for Free with Purchase of AMD Ryzen 7 or 9 Series Processor when you add both to cart via "Reserve Now" for free store pickup.

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Just checked, available in NY Flushing store, with free RAM.

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Deal still active for me in Atlanta, but the ram is never in stock.....
I think there is an argument for Ryzen 7000 if you have the money and plan to upgrade as the X3D and Zen 5 chips become available. That said, I think people in this boat are the minority. Short of a big price cut on the platform, I'm holding with my 5900x setup and waiting for the Newer AM5 chips. I can't justify the upgrade at this time.
Same here. Marietta store has been out for a while.

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Deal still active for me in Atlanta, but the ram is never in stock.....
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Deal still active for me in Atlanta, but the ram is never in stock.....
Same here. Marietta store has been out for a while.
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What is the difference in performance between this DDR5-5600 and the optimal DDR5-6000 on the 7000 series? I'm kind of hesitant to go for it because of that.
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What is the difference in performance between this DDR5-5600 and the optimal DDR5-6000 on the 7000 series? I'm kind of hesitant to go for it because of that.
This is a firm wait and see. Microcenter is going to give you the lowest spec ram to try and push next gen. My local store has lots of stock of 7000, but no ram. Which tells you they aren't selling all that well.
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I think there is an argument for Ryzen 7000 if you have the money and plan to upgrade as the X3D and Zen 5 chips become available. That said, I think people in this boat are the minority. Short of a big price cut on the platform, I'm holding with my 5900x setup and waiting for the Newer AM5 chips. I can't justify the upgrade at this time.
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Yet again no stock…I guess I'm just waiting for the i7-13700k then.
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Looks like a lot of ram in stock at Tustin location
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Both are in stock in my area. Very tempting..but I m holding the MB for Intel LGA1200... waiting for an item cpu.. 😢...
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I think there is an argument for Ryzen 7000 if you have the money and plan to upgrade as the X3D and Zen 5 chips become available. That said, I think people in this boat are the minority. Short of a big price cut on the platform, I'm holding with my 5900x setup and waiting for the Newer AM5 chips. I can't justify the upgrade at this time.
That would be a premature upgrade, good move. I would think that upgrading the gpu every generation would be better then upgrading the cpu.
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What's the link to the memory?
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I was planning on going moving up from my 2700 +x370 based system to a 7600x but I'm really disappointed with the half assed heat spreader just to maintain AM4 cooler compatibility. 20 degree drop from delidding is wayyyyyy too much. They left a ton of performance and potentially longevity on the table.
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