Discussion in 'AMD x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by luke o, Dec 27, 2018.
??? Linking discontinued products is helpful? What does the word "discontinued" mean?
You could send them an email and they may be able to source you a board from the Disty.
Don't know if you guys knew but OC3D TV have been previewing x570 boards all week.
Yeah typical Tiny Tom though, speaks for 3 hours without actually saying anything useful.
( assuming by x470 and your itx reference im talking x570 itx )
Better vrms, better sound, better wifi. The strix b450 is great for memory overclocking but from my experience between b350i and b450i strixs, i wouldn't go less than the impact if i was to go itx again. I killed 3 b350s and 2 b450s with a 1600X. If you dont intend to overclock then carry on.
Looks like PCGH stuffed up and released a review early.
gaming wise the difference between the 3700x and 3900x seems small. Have to wait for proper benchmarks though.
That power draw looks pretty good too. Well done AMD.
Not sure whether to get the 3700x or 3900x...
That review doesn't really show much 2 gaming benchmarks and 1 zip benchmark.. need a good all around review.. i think they will be all out on sunday
Well that's not in the least bit surprising.
Even the 8700K comfortably beats the 3900X in tomb raider.
These were pretty much what I was suspected, the way AMD locked down reviews to sales release day they knew it wasn't going to be a clear win, just building on hype.
It's a shame really, I so wanted AMD to draw the wild card.
Interested in more comprehensive reviews with better hardware... ie 2080ti/3200+ low latency ram.
I can only see two benchmarks, what am I doing wrong
Man people on the internet hurt my head.....
Amd had a gaming slide showing both wins and loses to a 9900k across like 20 games.
Then a limited review confirms that and it's all some Amd hype machine.... Like seriously Wtf.....
No, the fact AMD won't allow reviews until sale day shows it's relying on hype for sales, not actual reviews, Intel have done it too, x299 anyone.
If they have a sure winner the reviews would of been early to boost sales further, not to mention Pre-Orders would of been earlier, but now people will buy in fear of stores not having the supply in case they miss out, it's a common sales tactic.
I thought this before the leaked review (check my comments a few days ago).
25+ years of Sales/Service in the IT industry has taught me exactly that, I was working for Apple when the first hyped Imac dropped, the industry tactics hasn't changed.
Look I'm not bashing on AMD, I was hoping to see a clear win, especially with 7nm and newer tech, I'm a little dishearten that didn't happen this time for AMD.
I'm still waiting for their GPU to kick the shit NVIDIA's expensive cards, I'd be all over them to replace my current GTX1080ti.
I think we are forgetting their whole attachment to this 7nm on the 7th day of 7th month bullshit
That god I picked one of them up on Gumtree a month or so ago to replace my B350. Looking at that table, the X370 Crosshair Hero/Extreme hold up extremely well.
Some Ryzen 3000's have popped up on CCPU Computers.
http://www.ccpu.com.au/show_cat.php?cat_id=cpus - 3700X for $510, 3600X for $375
Shit I forgot to mention that, that was some good marketing there...
At the end of the day if you want Ryzen 3, buy Ryzen 3, don't let reviews or people's opinions stop you liking or buying a product.
It's just becoming a pissing completion when we fight over petty differences in reviews.
Kinda like the Apple VS PC arrangement, Apple has the smaller market share, but they aren't going anywhere either.
It's all good
lol, and we're new to the biz?
I remember a time not too long ago where Paper launches were met with pitchforks.. now if you don't paper launch = Hype tactics according to you. Damned if you do...