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Ryzen 5000's

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I seen the announcement, but havent taken it any further!
My big question(s) is....
When will there be a G series 5000 Ryzen?
Should I wait or just stick with the 3400G?
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Re: Ryzen 5000's

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I would at least wait till after the October 28th (actual release is the 29th I believe) video for the new Big Navi cards. Maybe they will announce something then.

Plus the processors aren't out till November anyway.

Wonder if the 5000's would still be cheaper than Intel if they actually included a cooling solution with them.....
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Re: Ryzen 5000's

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KnightRid wrote: Sun Oct 11, 2020 4:22 am I would at least wait till after the October 28th (actual release is the 29th I believe) video for the new Big Navi cards. Maybe they will announce something then.

Plus the processors aren't out till November anyway.

Wonder if the 5000's would still be cheaper than Intel if they actually included a cooling solution with them.....
Yeah I didnt think about a cooler in a total cost factor!
But nowadays water cooling has become main stream!
A really good Air Cooler costs as much as an Average AIO Cooler!
My recent deal with my Cooler Master V8 GTS confirmed that to me!

Im not in too big of a hurry.
So far what Ive seen/read does not say anything past the first 5 CPUs!
There may be a G series coming(?) but, I dont expect anything before spring or later!
Right now price is my driving factor! When I see the 3400G at the right price I'll buy it!
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Looking to build a new main rig in the spring, leaning Ryzen 5xxx (pending reviews), also hoping that will push some of the old gen stuff lower in price... want to update my VM server, could use a few more cores, but cant throw down on a Threadripper setup lol
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Re: Ryzen 5000's

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bubba wrote: Mon Oct 12, 2020 9:47 am Looking to build a new main rig in the spring, leaning Ryzen 5xxx (pending reviews), also hoping that will push some of the old gen stuff lower in price... want to update my VM server, could use a few more cores, but cant throw down on a Threadripper setup lol
I hear ya! I dont know anyone who can afford a $$ThreadRipper$$ setup! lol
Im hoping too, that the new 5000s will push the older CPUs down in price, at least a little!
I'd be happy with a 20% drop! :)
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Re: Ryzen 5000's

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Well, with all the sales starting yesterday, especially Newegg, I ordered the 3400G and the Mobo I've been wanting!
So, now I have or have ordered everything I need for the build!
AMD Ryzen 5 3400G CPU
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GSkill Ripjaw V 32GB Memory
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MS Win10 Pro OS
Segotep Typhon Case
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ASUS AM4 TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi)
AMD 3400G - 32G GSkill RipJaw V - Win10 Pro 64bit
Corsair H100i RGB PRO XT 240mm AIO Cooler
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