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[eBay Plus] AMD AM4 Ryzen 7 3700X $437.75 Delivered | AMD AM4 Ryzen 5 3600 $259.25 Delivered @ Computer Alliance eBay

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Cheapest price yet for the Ryzen 7 3700x.

Ryzen 3600 - https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AMD-AM4-Ryzen-5-3600-Six-Core-3-...

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  • +2 votes

    Nice price on the 3700x. Claiming the difference on 28 degrees

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    I have a 28 degrees card. What's the deal?

    • +1 vote

      I you purchase a item using 28degree card..and if the item gets cheaper for around 6 months then u can get a cashback from 28degree filling out some form and showing the price.

  • +6 votes

    Who said coronavirus would send PC part prices up. $259 for the 3600 is an absolute steal given the performance you get!

    • +2 votes

      essentially an 8700K for half the price and less heat/power consumption and a decent included cooler…

    • +4 votes

      "Once all local supply has dried up, the new imports will cost more."

      • Economics master sitting in his underwear on the internet.
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        Apparently no foundries have changed production yet so CPU at least shouldn't be effected.

        • +7 votes

          Not quite true, there are shortages and prices rises on some CPU models, intel mainly, but not too bad overall as yet. We have had to restrict sales on select models to save CPUs for our system builds, but plenty of the 3600/3700X for now

          There have been serious prices rises and shortages in other areas and more expected unfortunately. Hopefully it will settle down over the next couple of months, but at this stage no one knows. eg Expect samsung SSDs to come up further in the next few weeks.

  • +1 vote

    Stop it I dont want to spend money. Good price.

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    Thanks. Just used this coupon for a 27gl850.

  • +2 votes

    I got an email from shopping express today, the have the ryzen 5 3600 for $269 but you get 10% off a motherboard (if you buy the flu) which would bring an MSI B450 TOMAHAWK MAX down to $163.

    Might be a good deal for those who need both.

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    Good deal, but not "cheapest yet" - that probably goes to the FTC deal for 431.20

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    Ryzen 5 3600 + MSI Tomahawk B450 works out $443 shipped.

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    I only have 3000mhz Corsair vengeance RGB RAM, should I just get an a320m motherboard?

  • +1 vote

    Would a 3700X be compatible with the Tomahawk B450? On PC part picker it only says there's a possibile compatability issue.

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      Compatibility issue because B450 is last gen and requires Bios update for 3rd gen Ryzen.

      However most of the new MoBo already comes with 3rd gen supported bios (generally there is a sticker says 3rd gen ready or something similar).

      Regarding 3700x, easily for the Tomahawk. I recall seeing reviews that it even does good job powering 3900x as long as you don't go crazy with overclocking.

      Basically Tomahawks are arguably the best B450 boards around.

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        that was probably in the latest hardware unboxed video, where they use the B450 tomahawk max

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      Isn't the compatibility issue just that you need to update the BIOS on the motherboard?

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      I run mine on the gigabyte b450 board no issues and I brought first day 3700x. B450M DS3H (rev. 1.0) Is what I got.

    • +4 votes

      Best not to assume any of the older boards will work with Ryzen 3000 out of the box.

      We often will flash them before shipping when bought with a 3000 series chip even if you don't ask, but to be sure please ask as a note on the order if you don't have a older chip to flash yourself - or better still — buy something that is built to work out of the box!

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      I believe the MSI "max" boards are all ryzen 3000 ready (no need to flash bios). That's the main difference between max and non max. My 3900x was plug and play on b450 tomahawk max (and no, I don't plan on overclocking).

  • +1 vote

    For a gaming computer, should I get one of those techfast deals or make one myself?
    I want to keep under $1000 with 1080p 144hz monitor. The only games I will play are CSGO and Dota.

    • +4 votes

      their configs are weird af.

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      most of their parts choices (besides CPU and GPU) will be some unknown cheapo brands (e.g. PSU, motherboard, ram)
      so if you can build yourself it is better since you can choose more known brands as well as the features you want on the motherboard..

      if you don't care and just want to game then just get it from them

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      Techfast does also have deals with reputable parts from Thermaltake and such. Catch is you need to spend over $700 before those good parts start coming into the builds. It'd be a lot cheaper and easier than building yourself.

      And so you know, their builds do NOT come with Wi-Fi. The USB adapter that they can add is garbage and it would be better to buy a PCIe Wi-Fi card or a better USB adapter.

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    Is it this code just covered Computer Alliance? I checked yesterday their SSD was not eligible item.

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    I've got a ASUS ROG B350-F Mobo with the latwest BIOS. Would I be fine to run the 3600?

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    Should I wait for the next gen CPUs supposedly releasing very soon? Or get this..

    • +1 vote

      Why not wait for the next gen then get this.

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      Don't expect to see the 4000 series available in retail until at least August at the very earliest.
      TMSC manufacturing capacity will be filled with Microsoft and Sony next gen console chips mid to late year and AMD will allow that priority along side prioritising chips for next gen EPYC server chips first.

      Better off buying now if your actually ready to build and depending on what your usage case is just get a 3600 or spend a bit more and get the 3700x.
      In 18-24 months or so if yo fell you need a CPU upgrade jump on the a better 4000 cpu when their a lot cheaper,

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    Shoot just received 3700x and msi 2070 super from futu. The price difference between futu and CA is $45. Sigh :(

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    Hi Computer Alliance Rep,
    Would you be listing B450 Tomahawk Max MoBo and MSI MAG Forge 100r case on your eBay store?
    And how about Ryzen 1600AF?

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      Nope

      The Tomahawk Max boards are ins short supply and we are out of stock. Small batches we get in tend to be allocated to our non-eBay sales channels and system builds.

      The cases we don't tend to stock but rather order in as needed - which means no eBay listing except for the arre circumstance where we have some extras in the warehouse

      Not selling the 1600 AF as yet

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    Thanks!

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    Hey Rep,
    Feel pretty dumb asking such a basic question but can you tell if the 3700X would be compatible with my Z170-AR motherboard?
    Cheers!

    EDIT: answered my own question, looks like a nope!

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    I'm thinking of going with this build. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/L3L49G

    Not sure if I should pick another motherboard as my case is quite big and has a lot of space. Also not sure on which RAM to purchase.

    Any suggestions?

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      Ive had a mini-ITX for the past 5 years (Asus i97-plus) and I've had no problems with it. I had a small pc case and everything was fine, but now that I've got a bigger case, I'll be getting a bigger motherboard next time around as I will use the extra PCI slots in the future.

      You'll be fine as AMD has a better upgrade path than LGA1150.

  • +1 vote

    Sold out. Anymore going to be available? Looking for a 3600 at a good price. RAM too but the prices are insane…

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    Are there any ryzen 3600s available?

    • +2 votes

      A large number of additional 3600s now allocated to eBay and we have not raised the price. Yet..

      Given the fall in the $ and other disruptions, expect this to be the last time you see this price.

      We will be cancelling any large reseller orders.

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        hey rep, my friend who was going to buy the 3600 but it just ran out ><
        do you think you'll have more before tomorrow? Do you think you can give him one (he's planning to get a motherboard and case together)?

        I should've just got one for him instead =S

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    Thanks OP, bought a 3700x.

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