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  • +35 votes

    Better wait for amd

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      which CPU will you go for?

      or you waiting to see the benchmarks 1st?

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        3900x or 3800x depends on the price. Both should be an upgrade from my current 8700k set up.

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          8700k was the part to buy though if you want to wait till ryzen 4000 for an upgrade (unless you need 12 - 16 cores).

          • +1 vote

            @Budju: The thing is that I actually wanna build a full AMDcomputer for myself. Gonna give the current one (8700k and1080)to wife.

            • -1 vote

              @nico8amy: I don't think Radeon is going to deliver this year. They are just getting closer to the mark - NVIDIA is already talking about dropping prices and bringing out upgraded variants of their current product lines.

              Hats off to AMD though cause they forced NVIDIA to do those things. You might be able to pick up a current version 2080 or 2080 Ti for cheaper soon.

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                @Budju: For the GPU We don't know yet. But for CPU, I definitely will get a 3900x or 3800x which requires a new motherboard. It's just so much better value then Intel right now. equal if not better performance in gaming and production work and it comes with a cooler. I might get an AMD GPU the new motherboard supports pcie 4.0. Wouldn't be look at the 5700x because its not worth upgrade from the 1080 I got. Will wait for a higher end GPU (>=2080) from AMD.

  • +1 vote

    can't afford the electricity bill with this.

    • +9 votes

      And? If you're already spending $600+ on a processor, you may as well spend the extra $100 and get the top of the line one with double the thread count. If it's just for gaming, shouldn't really be getting either of them.

      • +2 votes

        well its more for the overclockers like myself who would get a 9700k over the 9900 because the threads dont matter for gaming but the extra thermal overhead helps in pushing past 5ghz

      • +5 votes

        The hyperthreading on these are a security hole

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      Got mine yesterday from Computer Alliance for $551 delivered.

  • +2 votes

    Im getting this Just for the Box

  • +8 votes

    I'm locking this in

    Worldwide release on the 7th July (however 3950X will be out in Sept):

    *AMD Ryzen 9 3950X: $749 (about £590, AU$1,080) – 16-cores, 32-threads | 4.7GHz boost, 3.5GHz base | 105W
    *AMD Ryzen 9 3900X: $499 (about £390, AU$720) – 12-cores, 24-threads | 4.6GHz boost, 3.8GHz base | 105W
    *AMD Ryzen 7 3800X: $399 (about £310, AU$580) – 8-cores, 16-threads | 4.5GHz boost, 3.9GHz base | 105W
    *AMD Ryzen 7 3700X: $329 (about £260, AU$480) – 8-cores, 16-threads | 4.4GHz boost, 3.6GHz base | 65W
    *AMD Ryzen 5 3600X: $249 (about £200, AU$360) – 6-cores, 12-threads | 4.4GHz boost, 3.8GHz base | 95W
    *AMD Ryzen 5 3600: $199 (about £160, AU$290) – 6-cores, 12-threads | 4.2GHz boost, 3.6GHz base | 65W

    Personally I decided to change my i9-9900K build to include the upcoming Ryzen 9 - 3900X

    AMD's presentation claims 3900X can beat a i9-9900K

    but…
    Here some think i9 is still the one to beat in a real world comparison

    • +3 votes

      With all the security holes in Intel CPUs, you would also need to take into consideration if their tests are before or after applying the necessary patches. Doesn't Zombieload expose a huge vulerability with Intel Hyper-Threading.

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      Prices will be much more expensive here in Aus.
      Factor in taxes and mark ups and what ever else they like to add on.

    • +1 vote

      If you think those are going to be the prices, you're going to be very disappointed when they release. You haven't accounted for GST, nor the fact that everything costs more here in Australia.

      I would be very surprised if the Ryzen 9 3900X sells for under $850. The i9 9900K was priced slightly cheaper (US$488) and sold for $869 here at launch when the AUD was stronger.

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        Well maybe not. If you look at the 2700x on Newegg.com, it's $294 USD. Converting it to Australia dollars, ex GST, it's $422.58. A quick look at Staticice shows prices starting from $440.00. The majority of sellers are around $469.00, if taking into consideration GST.

    • +1 vote

      Hopefully we will be able to find some ram running at ideal clocks, by that time as well.

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      A shame there's no TSX, otherwise the 3800X looks super tempting…

  • +1 vote

    Getting $9.95 for delivery of Norton Internet Security Premium 5 Users, bringing it to $37.95

  • +5 votes

    Personally speaking, AMD Ryzen 9 3900X will be much better choice at this price point. I will wait for 3950X

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      It won't come down anywhere near this price point for months after release.

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        I mean 3900X, 499 USD, which is around 720AUD. Of course we have GST, but EBAY discount is likely to bring it close to this 9900K's price point. You must consider 3900X is 12c24t

        • +1 vote

          The i9 9900K was priced at US$488. Here in Australia it launched at $869, and at that point the AUD was slightly stronger. It's not going to be priced anywhere near $720.

          imo it'll launch close to $900, and you won't see a 3900X under $800 until Black Friday sales.

  • -3 votes

    Intel still has a much higher rate for encoding over the Threadrippers. So if you do alot of compressing movies or TV to HEVC, Intel rules by a big enough margin.

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      Threadripper we have is old tech now. The mainstream cpu's have just booted them up a level for the next release.

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      Are your comparing a mainstream product like the 9900k to a HEDT Threadripper CPU? Where is the evidence to support your claim. With Threadripper you also get quad channel ECC memory support and 64 PCIE lanes. The 9900k can't offer those features at all if you need to do critical high end production. work. You need to pay a lot more for Intel's HEDT offering to obtain similar features and performance to Threadripper.

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        The more cores the more heat used and less efficient it will be once you hit double figure cores. Do you even look at the tests shown for encoding comparisons? AVX used in Intels CPU is way more tuned for HEVC encoding and beats AMD easily. Look at many of the reviews on tom's hardware or tech sites. The only time AMD would be better (possibly) is when you have multiple things going that are heavy use for the CPU and have encoding as low priority. Obviously this is purely about HEVC encoding, nothing else. As its the most consistently draining thing for a CPU.

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      That shouldn't be a problem with zen 2, they do AVX 256 in a single clock now like intel chips do, they doubled the number of FPUs. Encoding just uses AVX 256 heavily.

  • +2 votes

    Good timing - This should double as a great passive heater for winter

  • +1 vote

    After a price adjustment from $899 -> $799 I picked up one of these (9900K) this morning from Computer Alliance's eBay store for $679.15 using PLINK.

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Intel-S1151-Core-i9-9900K-3-6GHz...

    Obviously, Ryzen 3000 series coming yadda yadda….

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