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Ryzen 3000 processors are getting listed Ryzen 9 3900X for € 550

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jun 24, 2019.

  1. Embra

    Embra Master Guru

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    @Denial

    I have had pretty good luck with my MSI x370 Carbon, though Msi is slow with updates.

    I really like the ASUS boards.
     
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    Use the "Ignore" tool. For example if "Oxidize" (fictional name) is trolling via reams of complete crap: click on their name and then on Ignore. Presto! The thread is far more sane, readable, and worthwhile. This works in all forums except Wccftech where you end up with nothing, for some reason.
     
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    Pretty sure all X470 and B450 motherboards have the BIOS flashback feature which you plug the USB stick into a specific USB port press the button and it update. I know ASUS boards do, my Crosshair 6 Hero does which is a X370 has it, used it once as on day one i flashed the BIOS in windows and after 30mins the BIOS still stuck, so rebooted and bricked my board and had to use the BIOS flashback function to get it working again. First time i have had to use it, and it wasn't originally documented to have it either but now they all have it as part of a feature.
     
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    99% certain that is not a typical feature, but yes, at the least the asus crosshair boards have that feature

    https://rog.asus.com/technology/republic-of-gamers-motherboard-innovations/usb-bios-flashback/

    Don't know if any other asus boards have them, or if any other company has a similar feature.
     

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    I already have several people on ignore. They were added to that list after all this crap happened. I am not new here. :p
     
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    Im not going to hassle anything before i see some reviews. And the new chipset gets matured a bit by bios updates and so on
    Due to some months time these prices will drop down. Its AMD fact, that it doesnt hold its value like Intel CPU s.. Well atleast new lineup and interesting things. Waiting see what the numbers show etc.
     
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    500$ - 550€ when it should be 500$ - 440€ ><
    please stop your taxes debate it's never the reason, how do I know this ? because I don't live in the EU and we get the same € prices equivalent despite the fact that our tax rate is 7.7% now (it went down recently and guess what nothing became cheaper if anything prices rised) they make the prices they want you to pay it's never about the tax rates

    that said a 7920x 12 cores is 1132$ here so I think AMD has quite the margin (X299 motherboards go from 250 to 750$ so it doesn't seem cheaper than the X570 but we don't have the prices yet)
     
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  9. Fox2232

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    MSRP of 9900K is same 500 USD, costs same 550 Euro.
    Don't make stories. As you know little to nothing about EU's "awesome" trade deals, import fees, ...

    We get those prices because our system works that way. As you stated, you live outside of our system.
    Mechanisms that affect you local pricing are different.
     
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    The Asrock Mini-ITX is nice too and looks to have a good idea with the intel cooler holes. Though i don't see an internal USB2.0 header (maybe I'm blind). The Gigabyte is interesting but they could have put two more USB's on the back in lieu of the second HDMI port. The ASUS still looks like the ITX king though and appears from the picture to have upped the USB count by two which is welcomed.
     
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    From Asus only Crosshair boards have that feature and they're really expensive.
    My original post made reference to a 110/120€ board, crosshair is more than double that.
    Only MSI has a wide range of boards offering that feature, even budget ones.
     
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    Sorry bud but thats an issue with your country. Have an issue? Take it up with them.
     
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    There is a way to guarantee the CPU will never come out stuck on the heatsink. All you have to do is run Prime95 for about 20 minutes, to get the CPU temp ramped up. After this, just shut the comp down, and immediately take the heatsink off the CPU. The heatsink will come off without issue, and the CPU will remain in the socket.
     
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    I always twisted the cooler a bit, until it came loose from the top of the CPU.
    Twist a bit one way, then the other way, and again until it should just come loose.
     

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    Over here in France the prices have just been seen at LDLC.com (From Cowcotland.com : https://www.cowcotland.com/news/679...ces-chez-ldlc-voila-les-tarifs-officiels.html)
    All taxes included (20% iirc)
    • - AMD Ryzen 3 3200G = 118.95 €
    • - AMD Ryzen 5 3400G = 179.95 €
    • - AMD Ryzen 5 3600 = 239.95 €
    • - AMD Ryzen 5 3600X = 299.95 €
    • - AMD Ryzen 7 3700X = 389.95 €
    • - AMD Ryzen 7 3800X = 469.95 €
    • - AMD Ryzen 9 3900X = 589.95 €
     
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    Excellent, I guess my next desktop update will be AMD.
     

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