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AMD Ryzen 7 3700X Gen3 8 Core AM4 CPU/Processor with Wraith Prism RGB Cooler - £293.58 delivered at Aria
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AMD Ryzen 7 3700X Gen3 8 Core AM4 CPU/Processor with Wraith Prism RGB Cooler - £293.58 delivered at Aria

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Posted 19th Nov
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X Gen3 8 Core AM4 CPU/Processor with Wraith Prism RGB Cooler - £291.59 at Aria

CPU Type: AMD Ryzen™ 7
CPU Model: 3700X
Socket: AM4
Architecture: Zen 2
Manufacturing Process: 7 nm
No. of Cores: 8
No. of Threads: 16
Clock Speed: 3.6 GHz
Turbo Speed: 4.4 GHz
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3700x is still available from ebuyer's ebay store with the 20% ebay discount (code: PRIZE20) - comes to £274.53

hotukdeals.com/dea…980
Edited by: "tobefairfax" 19th Nov
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come on bf, knock 50 more off of this 🤞 building my first pc
Only £6 more on amazon if you prefer that.
Why whenever there is a deal on aria, ccl, ebuyer or any other retailer, someone insteantly compare that deal to amazon?
Kinio19/11/2019 09:56

Why whenever there is a deal on aria, ccl, ebuyer or any other retailer, …Why whenever there is a deal on aria, ccl, ebuyer or any other retailer, someone insteantly compare that deal to amazon?


Simply because of much much better customer service and return policies. You don't want to wait for return and money more then a month like for example my recent experience with AWD-IT avoid simply horrible. Rather pay few £ extra and always go with amazon.
Kinio19/11/2019 09:56

Why whenever there is a deal on aria, ccl, ebuyer or any other retailer, …Why whenever there is a deal on aria, ccl, ebuyer or any other retailer, someone insteantly compare that deal to amazon?


Zero hassle return, and almost guaranteed next day delivery. They'll also usually price match if they drop their price within a couple of weeks.
3700x is still available from ebuyer's ebay store with the 20% ebay discount (code: PRIZE20) - comes to £274.53

hotukdeals.com/dea…980
Edited by: "tobefairfax" 19th Nov
Kinio19/11/2019 09:56

Why whenever there is a deal on aria, ccl, ebuyer or any other retailer, …Why whenever there is a deal on aria, ccl, ebuyer or any other retailer, someone insteantly compare that deal to amazon?


Bad experiences vs Good experiences.
Had items lost, wrong and countless problems getting in contact with a non-amazon customer support service.

Amazon - I press order, it's at my door either same day / following day. Never had the wrong item, returns always picked up within 24 hours. Only takes me 5 minutes to contact customer service. For all amazons faults I will always use them for their customer service.
Aria returns are very bad, got stung once with a cpu
Never again
Bongreed19/11/2019 10:33

Aria returns are very bad, got stung once with a cpuNever again


I'd never use Aria again for the same reason - terrible RMA experience.
Bought mine for £300 the day it came out *shrug*
DanHive19/11/2019 09:41

come on bf, knock 50 more off of this 🤞 building my first pc


Then use the 2600??????????? It's the best bang for buck CPU and is £110
Krullexneo_19/11/2019 12:28

Then use the 2600??????????? It's the best bang for buck CPU and is £110


Would that pair well with a 5700xt or 2070/2080 super?

Finally joining the pc world so have no idea other than this being one of the best/newest from AMD
DanHive19/11/2019 12:46

Would that pair well with a 5700xt or 2070/2080 super? Finally joining the …Would that pair well with a 5700xt or 2070/2080 super? Finally joining the pc world so have no idea other than this being one of the best/newest from AMD


I'm also building my first PC, I was gonna go with 3700x with the 2070 super or 500 XT.

I think the 3700x is a good balance between price and performance, having said that I've not looked much into the 2nd gen processors. I guess it depends on your budget?
OmegaSaad19/11/2019 13:32

I'm also building my first PC, I was gonna go with 3700x with the 2070 …I'm also building my first PC, I was gonna go with 3700x with the 2070 super or 500 XT.I think the 3700x is a good balance between price and performance, having said that I've not looked much into the 2nd gen processors. I guess it depends on your budget?


Roughly £1100 (with potential to finance a few hundred on top to get a better gpu)

Currently looking at the following:

3700x
Msi b450 max (or an x570 depending on BF)
5700xt (or 2070/2080 super)
16gb 3600Mhz Corsair Vengeance (maybe 32)
Sahara p35 (already purchased)
Extra Sahara fans
500gb m.2 (for the O.S etc)
1tb Sandisk ssd (already purchased)
2tb barracuda
maybe another 1tb SSD too
DanHive19/11/2019 12:46

Would that pair well with a 5700xt or 2070/2080 super? Finally joining the …Would that pair well with a 5700xt or 2070/2080 super? Finally joining the pc world so have no idea other than this being one of the best/newest from AMD


will be fine with those graphics cards. 5700xt is the best value at the moment but doesn't support raytracing yet. My pick would be sapphire pulse or nitro+ or the gigabyte gaming oc. Powercolor cards have good reviews but I've read horror stories re their warranty support. A lot of the 5700XTs run hot so be careful which one you choose (don't touch the Asus).
OmegaSaad19/11/2019 13:32

I'm also building my first PC, I was gonna go with 3700x with the 2070 …I'm also building my first PC, I was gonna go with 3700x with the 2070 super or 500 XT.I think the 3700x is a good balance between price and performance, having said that I've not looked much into the 2nd gen processors. I guess it depends on your budget?


If you're just using it for gaming then get the 3600 - you won't notice any fps difference and you'll save £100+. I think the 3700x is only worth if it you're using the extra cores, e.g. for music/video production, rendering, compiling, etc.

The 3600 is crazy good value for money right now.
tobefairfax19/11/2019 14:12

If you're just using it for gaming then get the 3600 - you won't notice …If you're just using it for gaming then get the 3600 - you won't notice any fps difference and you'll save £100+. I think the 3700x is only worth if it you're using the extra cores, e.g. for music/video production, rendering, compiling, etc.The 3600 is crazy good value for money right now.


Yh exactly, I'll be using it for multimedia editing too
DanHive19/11/2019 12:46

Would that pair well with a 5700xt or 2070/2080 super? Finally joining the …Would that pair well with a 5700xt or 2070/2080 super? Finally joining the pc world so have no idea other than this being one of the best/newest from AMD


Are you going to be content creating? Compressing large video files, streaming, video editing/graphic work? If not you don't need a CPU that's anything more than £150, the Ryzen 2600 is the current best bang for buck CPU if you are going to mainly just use the system for gaming and as a general computer you don't need a high performing CPU, best thing to do is just YouTube search a CPU you have your eye on Vs another you have your eye on, so "Ryzen 2600 Vs 3700x benchmarks" and it will probably come up with various videos comparing the 2 in different games, you can even throw in GPUs with the search and see what comes up but from my long experience building computers, the 2600 will perform perfectly fine for any gaming, CPUs are more used to intensive compressing and other things, not so much gaming
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