Discussion in 'Intel x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by AbRASiON, Apr 26, 2017.
Life really bites.
Finally get a job. Intel releases hot now chip....but can not buy it anywhere.
Don't you need a method of getting rid of the cr@p chips..
Basically you need a another business of system assembly that can absorb all the crap overclocking cpus.. into system builds somewhere along the line....
I think there would be very very few businesses that could absorb all those CPUs...
Just be patient, probably even pick some up second hand soon
woohoo!! coffee lake!!!!!
:upset: no soup for you!
Intel still wins, big surprise Equivalent in production, crushes it in games.
Stock of 8600K
OJR was a little pissy at the last attempt by Jayztwocents and posted AdoredTV's video, thought he'd like to see not much has change
Ryzen wins in production and matches it in games (excluding houso resolutions).
1080p is VERY relevant these days. High Hz monitors are becoming very popular very quickly. All high res is doing is showing a GPU bottleneck, and is not accurately representing actual CPU capabilities.
Doesn't that make Ryzen a houso CPU, it is the cheaper alternative, kinda like Goon vs a actual bottle of fine wine, they both do the same job in the end
Guessing that stock won't last long
z370 mobo combo purchase requirement might slow it
Now sold out :lol:
Wow all 3 of them sold pretty quickly .... :lol:
seems like the prices are starting to normalise
$469 @ umart for the 8700k
That's an 8700 (non K). I wouldn't expect prices to drop anytime soon with this slow supply.
Haha, yeah I like to work on several things at once
I can't stand it now, I'm converted to mechanical and real backlighting!!!
Worth considering mate :thumbup:
That sucks, but you shouldn't have to wait very long.
Bolded for reinforcement, people need to get behind this line of thinking for testing :thumbup:
Well that lasted about as long as I expected :lol:
TLDR Buy 2666 CL14 or 3200 CL16
So realistically are we talking reasonably easily obtainable stock before crissy?
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