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AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core 4.4GHz Processor $449.10 Delivered @ FTC Computers eBay

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8 core / 16 thread part.
3.6GHz base / up to 4.4GHz boost.
65W TDP.

Cheapest this chip has been since September as far as I can tell from past posts, though still not the cheapest it's ever been.

Same warning about FTC Computers applies.
Could be fast post, or could be painfully slow post. Could be well packed, could be just wrapped in plastic. Communication hit and miss. They try and dodge ACL (though you'd probably have an easier time dealing with AMD directly regardless if something went wrong). They don't always post out tax invoice (but I have eventually been provided one when asked).

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  • +3 votes

    If you need it urgently, i would buy via another seller and pay a bit more. If happy to wait, no issue IMO with FTC for a single product like this.

  • +5 votes

    FTC = Negatory. Life is just too short to deal with these people.

    • +2 votes

      None of my orders from them have been such a bad experience that I'd say life is too short to deal with these people. My best experience with them was a 9900K that only took 3 days from order to door, 2 states away. Only issue I had was no tax invoice in the box, but they emailed one out when requested in an hour. Like I posted in the body, YMMV.

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    Hot DANG the best bang for buck CPU at this price.

  • +2 votes

    Sent these guys a message about the AMD games promo from a previous sale. It was like 2 months ago and never got any sort of reply.

    I would never buy from these guys as you could just imagine how shoddy their warranty / customer service would be.

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      I would never buy from these guys as you could just imagine how shoddy their warranty / customer service would be.

      Been emailing them for over two weeks with regards to a warranty issue and received 0 responses. Fortunately it's still within the time window that Paypal and/or Ebay will make them accept a return.

      I feel sorry for the people who are going to run into issues with their cards say in 12+ months down the track and have no recourse to access their manufacturer's warranty. The 20 or 30 extra bucks it costs to buy from a reputable seller will be the best money you ever spend.

      • +1 vote

        For major fault you should be able to go through importer/manufacturer and bypass FTC, that’s what I did with faulty AMD CPU from them.

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    You can get the 3600 for $300. Wondering if the 3700X for an extra ~$150 is worth it :/

    • +1 vote

      I guess it is dependent on what you plan to do with it. If you are looking for a workstation or a half gaming/half work station then the high cpu power is probably worth is. For general consumer gaming, maybe not. However with the new gen of consoles coming we may see a jump in gaming requirements and therefore the 3700x may have a longer life ahead of it.

  • +1 vote

    Buyer beware: FTC are terrible. Half the time you will never see your item. They will keep your money, so make sure you pay via a method that offers some refund garuntee (ebay, paypal, credit card).

    They will mark your items as sent but never drop them off at the courier.

    • +1 vote

      Good thing eBay turfed then from their platform. I got my refund for 2 other products on Sunday from eBay themselves.

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