AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X E419.90 at Amazon France (£380 approx.) + approx Euro 7 (£6.30) in shipping charges
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AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X E419.90 at Amazon France (£380 approx.) + approx Euro 7 (£6.30) in shipping charges

£386.30£477 19% Amazon France Deals
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Found 3rd Dec
A really decent saving of £90 for this 8-core 16-thread processor compared to the best current UK price.

NOTE: I've guesstimated the shipping. Can't get it more exact unless I go through the motions of ordering it. If there's a more accurate number, please let me know in the comments and I'll fix ASAP. Thanks!

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Leeman204 m ago

good price for this chip, i don't know how relevant this product is as the …good price for this chip, i don't know how relevant this product is as the 1700 ryzen is the same core/thread count and much cheaper. Unless of course you want to be on the threadripper platform then this may be a really good deal. good find.


I believe one difference is quad channel vs dual channel RAM support? Also the 1900X has much higher base and turbo clock speeds. But in practice, you're right, many people will never notice the difference.
Edited by: "Genki" 3rd Dec
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good price for this chip, i don't know how relevant this product is as the 1700 ryzen is the same core/thread count and much cheaper. Unless of course you want to be on the threadripper platform then this may be a really good deal. good find.

Original Poster

Leeman204 m ago

good price for this chip, i don't know how relevant this product is as the …good price for this chip, i don't know how relevant this product is as the 1700 ryzen is the same core/thread count and much cheaper. Unless of course you want to be on the threadripper platform then this may be a really good deal. good find.


I believe one difference is quad channel vs dual channel RAM support? Also the 1900X has much higher base and turbo clock speeds. But in practice, you're right, many people will never notice the difference.
Edited by: "Genki" 3rd Dec

Genki3 m ago

I believe one difference is quad channel vs dual channel RAM support?


I think threadripper has more pcie lanes but i could be wrong as i hav'nt looked into this chipset much. Just a quick look at the AMD x399 boards, they look quad channel memory. Either way its a good price for the chip, just debatable whether it provides any real gains over the ryzen line up.

Original Poster

Leeman202 m ago

I think threadripper has more pcie lanes but i could be wrong as i hav'nt …I think threadripper has more pcie lanes but i could be wrong as i hav'nt looked into this chipset much. Just a quick look at the AMD x399 boards, they look quad channel memory. Either way its a good price for the chip, just debatable whether it provides any real gains over the ryzen line up.


I agree. But for those who know the difference and want TR regardless, this is a cheap way of buying it.

Genki2 m ago

I agree. But for those who know the difference and want TR regardless, …I agree. But for those who know the difference and want TR regardless, this is a cheap way of buying it.


Agreed

This has dropped so much in price, wow!

CHAOSEN39 m ago

This has dropped so much in price, wow!


Not that much. It isn’t the 1950X that was £1000.

Leeman2039 m ago

I think threadripper has more pcie lanes but i could be wrong as i hav'nt …I think threadripper has more pcie lanes but i could be wrong as i hav'nt looked into this chipset much. Just a quick look at the AMD x399 boards, they look quad channel memory. Either way its a good price for the chip, just debatable whether it provides any real gains over the ryzen line up.


Ryzen loves faster memory. If Threadripper improves as much with better memory speeds. Quad might make quite a difference.
Edited by: "Oneday77" 3rd Dec

Oneday772 m ago

Not that much. It isn’t the 1950X that was £1000.




Sheesh, well I was eyeing the 1900X up around the time of the release and was looking at an easy £650.

gd chip price but the boards are still crazy prices shame really as it puts a little damper on threadripper as a whole, so often you hear "gd chip gd price but the boards are so expensive maybe I should just stick to ryzen".

revolver3134 m ago

gd chip price but the boards are still crazy prices shame really as it …gd chip price but the boards are still crazy prices shame really as it puts a little damper on threadripper as a whole, so often you hear "gd chip gd price but the boards are so expensive maybe I should just stick to ryzen".


It's the nature of the beast as they are more complicated with all those PCIe lanes and quad channel memory plus they sell in much smaller quantities so this is typical for a niche high end product.

The other plus is this is compatible with dual chip motherboards, but I'd rather go with the 16 core chip
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