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12-09-2022 at 12:22 PM.
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13600K version also available for about $14 more
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12-09-2022 at 04:40 PM.
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So basically....back to the prices they were at before they got bumped up the night before Black Friday so vendors could better market the price correction on their poorly moving new gen AMD stock as a "big sale!!". Instead of ya know...just stating it as the market price correction and new general MSRP they are still sitting at today.

Scummy marketing and meh deal imo. Same as the continuously upvoted $5 off ones on the 7600x that has been posted multiple times since BF.
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12-10-2022 at 01:59 AM.
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So basically....back to the prices they were at before they got bumped up the night before Black Friday so vendors could better market the price correction on their poorly moving new gen AMD stock as a "big sale!!". Instead of ya know...just stating it as the market price correction and new general MSRP they are still sitting at today.

Scummy marketing and meh deal imo. Same as the continuously upvoted $5 off ones on the 7600x that has been posted multiple times since BF.
Amd might be forced to reduce price due to product performance. But this is still a decent price for a 13 gen i5, while it might not be a full 15% off everyday price.
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12-10-2022 at 10:43 AM.
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So basically....back to the prices they were at before they got bumped up the night before Black Friday so vendors could better market the price correction on their poorly moving new gen AMD stock as a "big sale!!". Instead of ya know...just stating it as the market price correction and new general MSRP they are still sitting at today.

Scummy marketing and meh deal imo. Same as the continuously upvoted $5 off ones on the 7600x that has been posted multiple times since BF.
The 7600x has stayed marked down to 250 even on the AMD website. It's going to stay there to make way for the 3D-Cache models being announced in Jan
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12-10-2022 at 11:49 AM.
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So basically....back to the prices they were at before they got bumped up the night before Black Friday so vendors could better market the price correction on their poorly moving new gen AMD stock as a "big sale!!". Instead of ya know...just stating it as the market price correction and new general MSRP they are still sitting at today.

Scummy marketing and meh deal imo. Same as the continuously upvoted $5 off ones on the 7600x that has been posted multiple times since BF.
Is the new AMD chips actually selling poorly?
I got stuck in a bad time during 2021 when I was trying to build my PC. I wanted to use Am4 chips but they were too expensive, so I went with B560 motherboard and Intel 10th gen chip.

Now there are more options and AMD is fairly cheap, which is the situation I wanted in 2021. At most I can get an 11th gen chip now.
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12-10-2022 at 02:26 PM.
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Quote from Venoma :
So basically....back to the prices they were at before they got bumped up the night before Black Friday so vendors could better market the price correction on their poorly moving new gen AMD stock as a "big sale!!". Instead of ya know...just stating it as the market price correction and new general MSRP they are still sitting at today.

Scummy marketing and meh deal imo. Same as the continuously upvoted $5 off ones on the 7600x that has been posted multiple times since BF.
Was $275 before black friday.

https://slickdeals.net/f/16223017-intel-core-i5-13600kf-unlocked-desktop-processor-14-core-6p-8e-and-20-thread-274-99-shipped-at-ebay
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12-10-2022 at 03:29 PM.
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Is the new AMD chips actually selling poorly?
I got stuck in a bad time during 2021 when I was trying to build my PC. I wanted to use Am4 chips but they were too expensive, so I went with B560 motherboard and Intel 10th gen chip.

Now there are more options and AMD is fairly cheap, which is the situation I wanted in 2021. At most I can get an 11th gen chip now.
the chips would sell. the motherboards do not. the cheapest entry into am5 is around $200 which is upsetting
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12-10-2022 at 06:47 PM.
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the chips sell. the motherboards do not. the cheapest entry into am5 is around $200 which is upsetting
They arent selling Zen 4 CPUs when people arent buying overpriced AM5 motherboards.

Its a large reason why 13th gen is outselling Zen 4 easily. A quality B660 board is $130 and will run a 13600k or 13700k no problem, and you can choose between cheap/existing DDR4 or DDR5 with 12th/13th gen. Plus the multi-threaded performance gap. 13600k is far faster than a 7600x, and slightly faster than the 7700x in MT.
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12-11-2022 at 02:45 AM.
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So basically....back to the prices they were at before they got bumped up the night before Black Friday so vendors could better market the price correction on their poorly moving new gen AMD stock as a "big sale!!". Instead of ya know...just stating it as the market price correction and new general MSRP they are still sitting at today.

Scummy marketing and meh deal imo. Same as the continuously upvoted $5 off ones on the 7600x that has been posted multiple times since BF.
LOL

How much is Intel paying you?
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12-11-2022 at 02:46 AM.
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They arent selling Zen 4 CPUs when people arent buying overpriced AM5 motherboards.

Its a large reason why 13th gen is outselling Zen 4 easily. A quality B660 board is $130 and will run a 13600k or 13700k no problem, and you can choose between cheap/existing DDR4 or DDR5 with 12th/13th gen. Plus the multi-threaded performance gap. 13600k is far faster than a 7600x, and slightly faster than the 7700x in MT.
Essix8 and Venoma out in full force doing Intel's dirty deeds.
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12-11-2022 at 07:20 AM.
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Essix8 and Venoma out in full force doing Intel's dirty deeds.
Well he's right if you look at the numbers, the reviews and the recent price drop from AMD in order to compete with Intel's latest line.
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12-11-2022 at 08:38 AM.
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Well he's right if you look at the numbers, the reviews and the recent price drop from AMD in order to compete with Intel's latest line.
The 13600 has a MT advantage. What else?
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12-11-2022 at 09:06 AM.
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The 13600 has a MT advantage. What else?
From what I've seen and read, it also beats comparable AMD's CPU in overall performance and cost of setting up a whole system using AM5. AM5 motherboards are more expensive and forces you to use ddr5 memory which are also more costly.
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12-11-2022 at 10:46 AM.
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Essix8 and Venoma out in full force doing Intel's dirty deeds.
Yup, out in full force doing your claimed dirty deeds by pointing out what a meh "sale" this is on their processor. What's next, you gonna claim I was saying this was a great deal and then quote my first here as your "proof"? Wink
FWIW though:

The only thing jumping thread to thread and tripling down on the troll here is doing here is continually exposing the fact that you are obviously in way over your head as far as having any actual understanding of the technical aspects you want to aggressively argue about. I mean you proved without a doubt in the last thread that you don't even know how to read and then comprehend the fairly straight forward data being displayed in a bench test result. To the point that in your own attempt to call somebody out as a liar you even posted one as "proof" that was completely contradicting what you said and just served to prove them right lol. I mean...c'mon. Seriously, it doesn't get any more basic level fail then that.

Look kid, i get it. Maybe you already spent a bunch of money on an AMD build, and like a lot of the younger youtube generation these days that somehow creates a inner need or desire to jump in and "pick your side" here by vehemently defending it with some obnoxious trolling you believe is coming across as being clever. Here's the thing though. Go back and read through those last couple of posts after you clearly embarrassed yourself by posting that contradicting benchmark. Then do it again to let it really sink in. None of that is coming across as clever outside your own head man. Smart people just see some guy blatantly running away from a factual based debate as opposed to towards one, and who mistakenly thinks turning up the obnoxious behavior is somehow disguising that simple surrounding truth.

I post what I do for the people who are looking to weed right past your kiddy games here, could care less about buying Intel or AMD on "defend the brand!!" loyalty alone, and are simply looking for unbiased facts to better help them make their own decisions on which latest generation is currently offering the best value buy for them. Or basically,,,for pretty much the exact opposite reason you and way too many other (most less obnoxious though) people chiming into these threads are doing it. A couple "this will get him!!" quip posts without any substance behind them, or some thumbs down tags, isn't gonna phase me or change that man. But feel free to keep trying since I'm sure you will anyway.
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