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AMD Ryzen 9 5900X $874, AMD Ryzen 9 5950X $1239 + Delivery @ TechFast

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We have very limited quantities of Ryzen 9 5900X and Ryzen 9 5950X processors in stock for immediate dispatch. There are no per customer limits so go hard, go early.

Use coupon code RYZEN9 on both items to save an extra $5 for OzB members.

EDIT: 5950X dropped to $1239 plus shipping.

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      • +11 votes

        everyone on ozbargain is so brainwash from techfast, half the time their deals are just average price lol

        • +1 vote

          yes but it saves you waiting with a half built rig because your graphics card supplier has delayed your shipment 3 months already. It can't be a deal if you never get the product.

            • +9 votes

              @ln28909: $1350 is the msrp for the 3080, yet you're bragging about being able to buy a 3070 for that price and saying there isn't a shortage of other GPUs… if there wasn't a shortage of 3070s, they wouldn't cost as much as the 3080 MSRP.

              • -8 votes

                @Vinodra: Shortage refer to no stock, 3070 is price like it is now, as it was being arbitrage, at its msrp, it's too cheap compared to eth mining profitability

                • +4 votes

                  @ln28909: All chips are effected by the global silicon shortage.

                  The 3070 is also.

                    • +3 votes

                      @ln28909: ….again, the fact that the 3070 is going for over $400-500 above msrp on the lower end means there is a shortage, if they were readily avaliable, prices would go down to MSRP again.

              • -1 vote

                @Vinodra: Thought the MSRP for the 3080 was $1139 ? That's what I paid for it, not including current price jacking for due to crypto.

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                  @BargainKen: That was the msrp, but the cheapest at launch was like 1300 I think.

                  The only one that was 1139 was Zotac Trinity and they very quickly raised the price.

          • +1 vote

            @Jazza2400: Actually they delay longer than everywhwere else. I got my Dell and my Rosman parts in half the time and for less.

    • +33 votes

      Updated price to $1239 plus shipping. Thanks for your input.

          • +2 votes

            @Michegianni: Negging a deal is one thing, nothing wrong with that.

            Celebrating by saying "yess, finally I have a valid neg for a techfast deal" is another.

            Its just incredibly rude and implies they have a personal agenda against them.

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              @Vinodra: If you're so in love with TechFast that you're blinded by average deals then maybe a Celebration is finally going to create enough drama for you to finally wake up !

              • +2 votes

                @Michegianni: When did the ozb community get like this? Go outside and get some fresh air…

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                  @Vinodra: LoL burst your bubble with the truth - and I'm not sorry =)

                  • +1 vote

                    @Michegianni: So i'm apparently "blinded" by techfast… but.. notice how I didnt give this post a postive vote?

                    Not liking Techfast is one thing, you and OP are taking it to a weird level though.

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                      @Vinodra: Yeah as weird as all other posts that get shut down for spamming average prices ?

                      notice how I didnt give this post a postive vote?

                      No need to back track man I was just merely pointing out some information =)

                      • -4 votes

                        @Michegianni: … look up the definition of backtracking.

                        Enjoy getting blocked? Judging by your attitude though, that seems to be your main goal on this website.

  • +1 vote

    Great price and in stock i cant see the 5900x lasting long.

    • +3 votes

      Total cost comes to min $908.74 with credit card surcharge and postage for melbourne inner suburb. Similar to what I paid with pccasegear.

      Dont get me wrong. Its a good deal for instock. But the listed price can be deceiving when you look at it as $874.

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        PCCG is selling for $999 now though + postage. Even PLE is up to $899 + postage but no stock.

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          ETA was 3-4 days from pre order. Almost as it's in stock. No hidden surcharges or $24 shipping.

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    Wow, excellent deal Luke. If you can do these types of deals more often, it'd be great! Hell, sell CPUs individually more often just in general!

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    $1,279.00
    Crossed out $1,244.00
    -3% off

    How is original price lower than discounted price? How does that work?

    • +1 vote

      It would just be related to me changing the price from what it was before In28909 commented above.

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        It would make more sense if the crossed out price was higher than current price? Otherwise it looks like there is now a markup.

        • +1 vote

          Oh I see. Weird, may just be caching. I'll force another push.

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            @luketechfast: Wait… force another push. You have access to OzB back end to force push ?

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          I'm also seeing $1279, which comes down to $1274 with the coupon. How do we get the $1239 price in the title?

  • +2 votes

    Thanks for posting the replacement rx580 Luke. Looking forward to receiving it :))

    • +2 votes

      Glad we could resolve it for you.

  • +12 votes

    Really $21.24 for standard delivery then $14 credit card surcharge?

    • +3 votes

      Nickel and dime all the way. Comes out to about $5 off the ebay price for me. At least with eBay you can return it within 30 days and not pay shipping.

      Also another $40 more on Amazon ($1299) if you want next day delivery and piece of mind.

    • +3 votes

      For a moment i was worried that i paid more with pccasegear. With all these surchagers its almost the same price. Thanks for not making me feel bad…

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      I paid by bank transfer to save on the surcharge. Nice to have CC security but in this instance $14 was worth going bank.

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    Rabbitfast

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    Cracking price. Too bad I've ordered a bundle deal from Mwave

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    Dreaming of a day we see a similar post for RTX 3070 and 3080

    • +2 votes

      Yeah after the RTX4080 or 5080 is released

      • +1 vote

        Hoping the Ti ones or FG version with ethereum limiters or crypto crash can create a PS5 like supply. Deposit to get delivery in 2 months.

        • +1 vote

          Proof of stake soon* projected to be July through to end of year. So eth mining will be a thing of the past

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            @drjamie: Hahahaa I loved the "soon*". :)

            Have to agree, with PoS right around the corner, will be interesting to see how the market reacts. I'm guessing there will be a huge influx of ex-mining cards that will douse the demand a fair bit.

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    Any deals for 5800x coming soon Luke?

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      Not from us - supply not there.

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    Any update on the shipping times for the 5600x/3070 builds from 3 weeks ago? Cheers

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      3070s are going out constantly and the 3600, Intel and Zen 3 all overlapped, but in general terms we're shipping 3070s are going out 14-20 business days.

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        Are those 3070s going to be mining limited?

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          Not that I'm aware of

  • +1 vote

    I don't need to upgrade from my 5800X, I don't need to upgrade from my 5800X, I don't… NEED TO UPGRADE

    • +1 vote

      Jus dewit

    • +2 votes

      I upgraded my 3600 to the 5800x a few months ago and I honestly haven't noticed much of a difference. I definitely do not need to upgrade to the 5900x…

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        but…. maybe there would be a difference if you upgrade to 5950x… /s

        In all seriousness, I've looked at various reports and reviews and my conclusion is that a lot of people won't see an obvious improvements on an upgrade from 3600. This is a good summary: https://www.techspot.com/review/2185-amd-zen-3-ryzen-5600-ve... . 3600 performs pretty well.

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          The only place where it would make a difference is at work and there 16 cores is not much (also they pay not me)

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        If you mean in terms of gaming then thats just weird, the single core performance is so good on the Zen3 I went from a 3600 to 5900x myself

        Edit: I do use CTR and have 6 cores at 4600MHz and the other 6 at 4400MHz whilst not using any more power than default

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          Gaming performance is better if you don't do an all core overclock has some cores boost higher during gaming

  • +1 vote

    Great price. Paid $1349 + about ten buck shipping a couple of weeks back and that was considered pretty good given it was a struggle to find them and lowest price was around $1399 + shopping.

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    Nice one. Belated May the 4th Luke!!

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    Nice price for those looking for a 5900x. Id be happy to buy one of these if you slapped a 3070 in there and managed similar price to the April 5800/5900x deal ;)

  • +2 votes

    1 hour and 3mins, and not OOS yet? We have a new world record

    • +4 votes

      The price per core is still pretty high at above $75/core delivered. Can get Zen2 Ryzen 3600 at below $50/core or 3900X at ~$59/core delivered. With ~20% CPU improvement of Zen3 over Zen2 a 20% price premium should translate to Zen3 being ~$71/core not $75/core. In other words Zen3 costs more because its newer and is more in demand.
      Not everyone is going to get a perceivable improvement moving from the cheaper Zen2 to a more expensive Zen3. Yet there is a premium that is higher than a scale up in measured performance.
      It's good that there is stock but the price is not amazeballs. On the other hand 5800X has been closer to ~$71/core, which was a good price. So hopefully 5900X and 5950X will come closer to ~$71/core some time. But, I wouldn't hold my breath with the way the current chip shortages are going.

      • +1 vote

        I like your analysis

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    Awesome, finally snapped up a 5900x. Thanks Luke!

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    Who needs a holiday when you can get lightning fast performance!

  • +1 vote

    If only I could justify upgrading from my Intel 8700K, but I think I'll have to wait for Zen4 with DDR5 before it's worth it. Still, good price (with the current state of tech) for an in stock item.

  • +1 vote

    I'm tempted to upgrade from my 3900X, might have a few drinks and see how I feel then…

    • +3 votes

      It's unlikely to be worth it, so procrastinate until they're OOS

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    Thanks Luke. Any chance of a Ryzen 5 3600 deal?

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    Guess I'll rock my 3900x for a little bit longer… not playing games lately. Just video editing.

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      You'd get more of a benefit in upgrading to 59.0X processor then a gamer would in upgrading from a 3900X.

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    Will you be offering any PC deals with the 5950X and RTX3080/3090 anytime soon?

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      Not until our current orders are cleared. Supply just isn't there