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AMD Ryzen 9 5900X CPU $824.50 Delivered @ Harris Technology eBay

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Cheapest I have seen this for a while, just grabbed one myself. Use code PPSS100 to bring it down to $824.50

EDIT: as per OmNomNomagon's post below, if you increase your purchase to a total of $1,000 or more you will receive $100 off on code PPSS100, instead of the $50 if buying just the CPU alone

5950X for $1164 on the same code here https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/184820994637 thanks BargainKen

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  • +2 votes

    Great price, I was also looking at a printer, so chucked it in to get the full $100 off $1000 discount.

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      what is the code for the $100 off?

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        Same code as in the description: PPSS100
        it just scales depending on total price.
        50$ off $500
        100$ off $1000

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          Thanks!

  • +7 votes

    Excellent price, especially with gift cards.

    Interesting news came out this month:
    https://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-shows-new-3d-v-cache-r...

    It may influence purchase decision of current Ryzen CPUs.

    • +1 vote

      For someone that does high refresh gaming at 1080p and has a 3900X, this is great news and could tempt to me upgrade!

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        Yeah, it's really promising. I am wondering if it will help with other tasks outside of gaming. I'm going to wait until the new CPUs come out. They may be a good way to get a nice upgrade without complete the overhaul that AM5 will be. I'll see what the pricing will be, and maybe the current revision CPUs will drop in price before or at release of the new CPUs.

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      Wait, so the will re-release 5000 series with 3d-v-cache? or will it be Zen 3+ or Zen 4?

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        yeah that would 100% be worth waiting for a 5900x or 5800x with 3d-v-cache. about 15% improvement.

        • +1 vote

          Keep note that you will only really see that improvement with a top end gpu (6800+, 3070+)

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            @DopeOxide: Unfortunately I just bought my 5800x and if had have known I would have waited. Next year I'll be buying a 7800xt or 6800xt GPU depending on the prices.

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      Don't get caught out like I did, I now have $135 worth in gift cards that I'll need to use somehow.

      No more than a total of $1,500 in Gift Cards may be redeemed per transaction, no more than a total of $2,000 in Gift Cards may be redeemed per day, and no more than a total of $5,000 in Gift Cards may be redeemed per calendar month. Further, you may only redeem a maximum of eight Gift Cards in any single transaction (and fewer if you are redeeming Gift Cards in combination with other redemption codes, such as coupons or vouchers).

      Source: https://pages.ebay.com.au/ebay-gift-cards-terms/

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        I nearly got caught with $570 of gift cards when I bought my 5800x CPU. By the time I stuffed around buying them (was my first time buying gift cards) only 2 CPUs left in the deal. Luckily I got the 2nd last one.

  • +1 vote

    5950x also $1164 with same code.

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/184820994637

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      this hurts so much when i paid $1400 for mine before they just randomly dropped in price .. smh.

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    Good deal, might be all time low?

    • -2 votes

      clearing stock for the new Zen 3+ with v-cache later this year

      • +4 votes

        .. it's priced above rrp and is a whopping $35 below with code. That's hardly evidence of any stock clearance.

      • +4 votes

        lol, enter production later this year means at least 9 months from now before we can get our hands on it

      • +2 votes

        Yeah that ain’t coming out this year bro.

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    what excellent ROI motherboard to pair this with? Computer will be used for gaming, programming, watching movies, etc. will use 2 M2 ssds, 4 ddr4 memory sticks, USB-C. any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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      B550 TUF?

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      The current Asus B550-E deal is good. Great motherboard.

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    I’ve got a 4 month lead time buying corporate Dell laptops. They can’t even churn out bread and butter items.
    I’ve got no idea why AMD/Nvidia keep releasing new products.

    • +3 votes

      So that they can charge extra premiums and adjust the market's perception/expectation of value.

    • +1 vote

      They know you can't switch so they don't need to work quickly.

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      That's odd, our Dell laptops arrive in under a week, but we buy uncustomized versions.

      What models are you buying?

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        Shouldn’t really matter. I’m not going to start listing specs … even 24” monitors have a 3 month lead time.

        Something is wrong in the world

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      They're on a yearly cycle. Its just this year in particular products are in demand.

    • +1 vote

      Intel is releasing graphics processors. You could ask why. But the chip developers are trying to stay competitive with each other. Intel lost Apple business based on how good Apple's Arm [M1] processors are performing, Google is making their own video processors, Nvidia may start making Arm processors, and Arm is introducing AI instructions into Arm9 so there is plenty of pressure. AMD really dropped the ball for a while in early 2000s. I would guess that no one wants to fall behind.

      Shortages are not a reason to stop progress if there is still enough money for competitors to innovate.

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    Can I ask what's the best AIO Water Cooler for AMD Ryzen 9 5950X CPU?

    • +1 vote

      Arctic LF2 series (280 is the sweet spot)

      • +1 vote

        Alternatively, the EK-AIO is also a great choice. I'd say take a look into the EK-Nucleus AIOs they announced at Computex once they come out if you aren't a fan of the current design, the Vision has a screen on the pump similarly to the NZXT Kraken if you are into that thing.

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          Can I ask why NZXT Kraken Z73 is so expensive? I can see this might be the highest price for AIO Water Cooler from market. Is this really very good?

          • +1 vote

            @weiyu: Probably 'marketing' because it has 3x 120mm fans and 'bigger'. The sweet spot is still 280mm AIOs because you are not sacrificing too much effective area and you can use larger 140mm fans which typically means they don't have to spin as fast to deliver similar CFMs and therefore more silent. If I am not mistaken 280mm AIOs are thicker as well.

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            @weiyu: Part of the reason of the expensive cost is most likely because of the screen that is on the pump block. It's an okay AIO but if you are looking for the best performance then either the Arctic Liquid Freezer II or the EK-AIO are the better picks.

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    To wait in see if EBAY does 20% off EOFY , and get even cheaper.. Or buy.

    This is the decision / gamble atm