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0.87% off on a £600 spend? Scam are a bunch of jokers.
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Cold.

0.87% off on a £600 spend? Scam are a bunch of jokers.
toxicnerve10/07/2019 22:41

Cold.0.87% off on a £600 spend? Scam are a bunch of jokers.


Scam? Was that purposeful?
Fail to see the deal here unfortunately
Save 4.99 but lose out on the Xbox deal is hardly a deal
Also kinda a random pairing? I mean usually these come with a processor and mobo
Elivercury10/07/2019 23:15

Also kinda a random pairing? I mean usually these come with a processor …Also kinda a random pairing? I mean usually these come with a processor and mobo


In this one occasion I might agree with the deal... as AMD has made the previous generation boards all work with the new CPUs....looking at you Intel.....a faster M.2 and CPU would be enough for many.
dippdopp11/07/2019 01:20

In this one occasion I might agree with the deal... as AMD has made the …In this one occasion I might agree with the deal... as AMD has made the previous generation boards all work with the new CPUs....looking at you Intel.....a faster M.2 and CPU would be enough for many.


Perhaps in only considering my own situation as somebody looking to upgrade from Intel
dippdopp11/07/2019 01:20

In this one occasion I might agree with the deal... as AMD has made the …In this one occasion I might agree with the deal... as AMD has made the previous generation boards all work with the new CPUs....looking at you Intel.....a faster M.2 and CPU would be enough for many.


That logic would make it an even more random pairing because you wouldn't be taking advantage of the pcie 4 protocol exclusive right now to the new x570 motherboards.
HarryAxeWound11/07/2019 02:01

That logic would make it an even more random pairing because you wouldn't …That logic would make it an even more random pairing because you wouldn't be taking advantage of the pcie 4 protocol exclusive right now to the new x570 motherboards.


Which in real world terms won't be noticed anyway..
Aquacadabra11/07/2019 08:42

Which in real world terms won't be noticed anyway..


I'm pretty sure a 40% uplift in read speeds would be noticeable.
toxicnerve11/07/2019 09:22

I'm pretty sure a 40% uplift in read speeds would be noticeable.


None of the reviewers I've seen have noted any real world benefits. Sure if you're doing production or specific tasks that require it you'll see a gain. For Joe bloggs playing fortnight... Nah.
Aquacadabra11/07/2019 09:51

None of the reviewers I've seen have noted any real world benefits. Sure …None of the reviewers I've seen have noted any real world benefits. Sure if you're doing production or specific tasks that require it you'll see a gain. For Joe bloggs playing fortnight... Nah.


The benefit for gaming would be load times. Other than that, you're right. It's not going to net you any fps. Given memory paging is pretty much a thing of the past, again, the main benefit would be in read / write heavy workloads.

I was going to snag a 3900X but the board prices have put me off and I don't see the attractiomn of sticking a new 3000-series CPU in an "old" X470 platform. I wanted X570 but the board prices are a bit rich.

Might just hang fire and see what Intel's response is / how things shake out with X570 / 3000-series.
toxicnerve11/07/2019 10:02

The benefit for gaming would be load times. Other than that, you're right. …The benefit for gaming would be load times. Other than that, you're right. It's not going to net you any fps. Given memory paging is pretty much a thing of the past, again, the main benefit would be in read / write heavy workloads. I was going to snag a 3900X but the board prices have put me off and I don't see the attractiomn of sticking a new 3000-series CPU in an "old" X470 platform. I wanted X570 but the board prices are a bit rich.Might just hang fire and see what Intel's response is / how things shake out with X570 / 3000-series.


I thought that at first but found that the MSI AMD Ryzen MPG X570 GAMING Plus is £179.99, which is about half the price I've been seeing other X570 motherboards.
toxicnerve11/07/2019 10:02

The benefit for gaming would be load times. Other than that, you're right. …The benefit for gaming would be load times. Other than that, you're right. It's not going to net you any fps. Given memory paging is pretty much a thing of the past, again, the main benefit would be in read / write heavy workloads. I was going to snag a 3900X but the board prices have put me off and I don't see the attractiomn of sticking a new 3000-series CPU in an "old" X470 platform. I wanted X570 but the board prices are a bit rich.Might just hang fire and see what Intel's response is / how things shake out with X570 / 3000-series.


Intel are desd in the water, they've admitted as much. The 3900x pretty much equals in gaming to the point a human being is actually capable of seeing it. In production it annihilates intel...but further, with power condumption it trully kills intels current CPU s.. its drawing less power but has 30% more cores and a 30% uplift in production......and uses less power than the previous gen too boot.
toxicnerve11/07/2019 10:02

The benefit for gaming would be load times. Other than that, you're right. …The benefit for gaming would be load times. Other than that, you're right. It's not going to net you any fps. Given memory paging is pretty much a thing of the past, again, the main benefit would be in read / write heavy workloads. I was going to snag a 3900X but the board prices have put me off and I don't see the attractiomn of sticking a new 3000-series CPU in an "old" X470 platform. I wanted X570 but the board prices are a bit rich.Might just hang fire and see what Intel's response is / how things shake out with X570 / 3000-series.


Id also note that almost every review compares RRP...but that grossly under sells Intels cost. Intel dont dupply fans any more...and since their chips would burn if not cooled, callinh their cpu RRP prices a 'cost' is dishonest at best...for a decent cooling solution that thermally matches AMD you need to add £50-70 on top of the CPU cost....whereas AMD is good to go at actual cost.
Edited by: "dippdopp" 12th Jul
So the Xbox game pass is part of this offer after all.
Edited by: "nh1402" 12th Jul
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