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AMD Ryzen 7 7700X 5.4GHz 8-Core 16-Thread AM5 Unlocked Processor EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has AMD Ryzen 7 7700X 5.4GHz 8-Core 16-Thread AM5 Unlocked Processor (100-100000591WOF) for $329.99. Shipping is free.

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  • 8 Cores & 16 Threads
  • 4.5GHz Base Clock
  • 5.4GHz Max Boost Clock
  • Socket AM5
  • 512KB L1, 8MB L2, & 32MB L3 Cache
  • DDR5-5200 Memory
  • Unlocked Processor

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B&H Photo Video has the AMD Ryzen 7 770X 5.4GHz 8-Core 16-Thread AM5 Unlocked Processor for $330. Shipping is free.

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...x_4_5.html
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Yeah don't trust user bench. The 13600k is best for all round performance including workload in addition to games. But when benched, this, more than not, outperforms the 13600k in 4k gaming. Not by much, but does have a slight lead. 1080p the 13600k is slightly better. 1440p is a wash between these 2. I would just go for which is cheaper. Most games at 4K is bottlenecked by the gpus anyways.
UserBenchmark has been known to be biased against AMD and always favor Intel. It's not a credible source.

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B&H Photo Video [bhphotovideo.com] has AMD Ryzen 7 7700X 4.5 GHz Eight-Core AM5 Processor (No Heatsink) for $329.99. Shipping is free.
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Its about 20 off from amazon and 10 off from Newegg..
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They also dropped the 16 core to $550.
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According to Userbenchmark 13600k is faster and cheaper
Yeah don't trust user bench. The 13600k is best for all round performance including workload in addition to games. But when benched, this, more than not, outperforms the 13600k in 4k gaming. Not by much, but does have a slight lead. 1080p the 13600k is slightly better. 1440p is a wash between these 2. I would just go for which is cheaper. Most games at 4K is bottlenecked by the gpus anyways.
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Quote from 23adrock :
According to Userbenchmark 13600k is faster and cheaper
at the expense of a higher base TDP and a massively higher boosted TDP, sure

13600K does not come with a cooler either (like the CPU for this deal as well), good chance you will end up having to spend any money "saved" on the 13600K on more cooling, and over time on the power bill as well given enough workload
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So I plan on a new gaming PC build but not for at least 10-16 months, should I wait or get a CPU now to use with my 2070 Super? I have a Ryzen 5 3600 now, works great
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Quote from R0B0TPIRATE :
So I plan on a new gaming PC build but not for at least 10-16 months, should I wait or get a CPU now to use with my 2070 Super? I have a Ryzen 5 3600 now, works great
Sounds like you're not struggling with your current build. If it was me not doing a build for roughly a year from now I wouldn't even be looking at PC parts to avoid temptation 😁. I'm sure you'll see better prices by that point in time, a lot of this stuff is newest gen and already going on decent sales.

By next Black Friday you'd probably save a nice amount by waiting. Put that extra money towards the GPU. You'll probably need it unless these companies finally budge on pricing!
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Quote from R0B0TPIRATE :
So I plan on a new gaming PC build but not for at least 10-16 months, should I wait or get a CPU now to use with my 2070 Super? I have a Ryzen 5 3600 now, works great
Wait.

Zen 4 3D Cache CPU will be announced and available by then and will be much better CPUs for gaming.
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people really, REALLY overestimate the need for the most expensive CPU for gaming.

Unless you're playing a very specific game or trying to get 720 FPS at 640x480, most of the recent releases such as this will last you 2-3 GPU upgrades.

All perform the same at 4k +/- 1-2%.
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Quote from 23adrock :
According to Userbenchmark 13600k is faster and cheaper
UserBenchmark has been known to be biased against AMD and always favor Intel. It's not a credible source.
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I feel AMD could do better at reducing prices on their current Zen 4 lineup to be more attractive to new system builder consumers especially since Intel appears to have a favorable advantage from a price to performance standpoint.
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What games or software require the performance of this cpu?
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