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AMD EPYC ROME 7702P, 64 Core 128 Threads, 2.0GHz, 256MB Cache, 200Watts £2437.84 @ Novatech
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AMD EPYC ROME 7702P, 64 Core 128 Threads, 2.0GHz, 256MB Cache, 200Watts £2437.84 @ Novatech

£2,437.84£5,499.9856%Novatech Deals
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Posted 23rd Dec 2019

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Wow! So I guess novatech are having a sale on selected AMD EPYC processors because you can pick up a 7702P (64 cores, 128 threads) for HALF THEIR USUAL PRICE. YES, their website is listing many super powerful yummy EPYC sku's at what looks to be HALF their RRP! YES ITS TRUE! Go look if you don't believe me! Plus I ordered one, just had the order accepted, invoice emailed, and they've taken the money so looks like I'm getting a new data munching toy for xmas.. once i figure out how to get it and a server mobo into my case ahhaHahhaha
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Will I finally be able to play crisis with this cpu??
Edited by: "bobo53" 23rd Dec 2019
One of the hottest, yet niche, deals of the year imo.
AMD EPYC ROME 7402P 24 Core 48 Threads

£688.52 inc vat
£573.77 ex vat

That seems insanely good value too, the cheapest on Ebay is £1300+
Weehamish23/12/2019 23:56

Yes im sure... some turd games my phone can run at better fps dont count :/


Your phone can run rise of the Tomb Raider at the same time on multiple virtual machines? And I'm still talking about the 32 core.
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If only their click speeds were higher
Interested to see where this can be bought for less than this right now.
bdmhenderson23/12/2019 16:29

If only their click speeds were higher


Or if the click speed is faster than the clock
Will I finally be able to play crisis with this cpu??
Edited by: "bobo53" 23rd Dec 2019
One of the hottest, yet niche, deals of the year imo.
hypnolizard

they wont sell on ebay
Anyone know the hashrate for this mining Monero??
Edited by: "MAEL" 23rd Dec 2019
AMD EPYC ROME 7402P 24 Core 48 Threads

£688.52 inc vat
£573.77 ex vat

That seems insanely good value too, the cheapest on Ebay is £1300+
bdmhenderson23/12/2019 16:29

If only their click speeds were higher


What do you expect at 64 cores?
You Could run a house hold worth of gaming pc's with this
Edited by: "Jordan_Taylor" 23rd Dec 2019
THIS IS EPYYYYYYYCCCCCC!!!!
How do these compare to Threadrippers?
Will this play Fortnight?
MAEL23/12/2019 17:03

Anyone know the hashrate for this mining Monero??



Based on existing benchmarks on monerobenchmarks.info/ for other epyc cpus i would say around 25-30,000 H/S
Would this be good for plex server transcoding H.265
eraldo23/12/2019 18:55

Based on existing benchmarks on https://monerobenchmarks.info/ for other …Based on existing benchmarks on https://monerobenchmarks.info/ for other epyc cpus i would say around 25-30,000 H/S


Thanks, Duuno how Ive never seen that chart before!!...Near peed myself when I put that into the calculator and it said $2107.74 profit per day!!!!!...then realised the dropdown menu was set at Kh/s
But will it run Crysis? :/
bobo5323/12/2019 16:32

Will I finally be able to play crisis with this cpu??


nope, crisis is all about to ghz not the cores
Haven't got a clue what everyone's on about here? :/ But looks good so Heat from me 🔥
MAEL23/12/2019 19:15

Thanks, Duuno how Ive never seen that chart before!!...Near peed myself …Thanks, Duuno how Ive never seen that chart before!!...Near peed myself when I put that into the calculator and it said $2107.74 profit per day!!!!!...then realised the dropdown menu was set at Kh/s


If that was the case they'll cost £200k at least and sell out like hotcakes
MAEL23/12/2019 19:15

Thanks, Duuno how Ive never seen that chart before!!...Near peed myself …Thanks, Duuno how Ive never seen that chart before!!...Near peed myself when I put that into the calculator and it said $2107.74 profit per day!!!!!...then realised the dropdown menu was set at Kh/s


How much can it actually make? I'm curious
Norseg23/12/2019 21:12

How much can it actually make? I'm curious


Hmm about a quid a day!....back to the day job I think!
Salfordgirl123/12/2019 17:09

AMD EPYC ROME 7402P 24 Core 48 Threads£688.52 inc vat£573.77 ex vatThat s …AMD EPYC ROME 7402P 24 Core 48 Threads£688.52 inc vat£573.77 ex vatThat seems insanely good value too, the cheapest on Ebay is £1300+


The 7302P is £455, that's dangerously tempting for 16 cores and 32 threads.
Bob_dvb23/12/2019 21:42

The 7302P is £455, that's dangerously tempting for 16 cores and 32 threads.


A motherboard will cost you the same again.
Memory might be Registered ECC only.
Clock speeds are low.
Better off with a 12 core Ryzen more than likely.
Mucho bragging rights though.
MAEL23/12/2019 21:32

Hmm about a quid a day!....back to the day job I think!


AHH shame it would pay itself back in a decade
Edited by: "Norseg" 23rd Dec 2019
Amazon have the first generation 24 core for £490.
EPYC 7401
Jordan_Taylor23/12/2019 17:36

You Could run a house hold worth of gaming pc's with this


Except you couldnt coz they are slow as fk for gaming lol...
Weehamish23/12/2019 23:51

Except you couldnt coz they are slow as fk for gaming lol...


Are you sure about that?... The 32 core can run 5 fine and one is doing vr.
Jordan_Taylor23/12/2019 23:54

Are you sure about that?... The 32 core can run 5 fine and one is doing …Are you sure about that?... The 32 core can run 5 fine and one is doing vr. [Video]


Yes im sure... some turd games my phone can run at better fps dont count :/
Weehamish23/12/2019 23:56

Yes im sure... some turd games my phone can run at better fps dont count :/


Your phone can run rise of the Tomb Raider at the same time on multiple virtual machines? And I'm still talking about the 32 core.
Awesome. This thing's the size of a poptart!
Weehamish23/12/2019 23:56

Yes im sure... some turd games my phone can run at better fps dont count :/


You might be surprised to find that lower clockspeeds and IPCs are still fine for gaming. I'm gaming on dual Intel e5-2670s (1st gen) so 16 cores of 3Ghz Sandybridge with 1333MHz Registered ECC. Things like battlefield 5 run just fine. The only thing I can't do is PS2/PS3 emulation at full speed.
Can i use this for qhd minecraft?
Agent00423/12/2019 20:14

Haven't got a clue what everyone's on about here? :/ But looks good so …Haven't got a clue what everyone's on about here? :/ But looks good so Heat from me 🔥


welcome to hotdeals
CampGareth24/12/2019 07:33

You might be surprised to find that lower clockspeeds and IPCs are still …You might be surprised to find that lower clockspeeds and IPCs are still fine for gaming. I'm gaming on dual Intel e5-2670s (1st gen) so 16 cores of 3Ghz Sandybridge with 1333MHz Registered ECC. Things like battlefield 5 run just fine. The only thing I can't do is PS2/PS3 emulation at full speed.


This is due to the game liking threads... most games only like cores and barely use any threads
How many browser tabs could I have open with this?
sinxa24/12/2019 15:16

How many browser tabs could I have open with this?


I think this CPU can manage around 10 chrome tabs
Edited by: "anotherone10" 24th Dec 2019
anotherone1024/12/2019 16:21

I think this CPU can manage around 10 chrome tabs


That's because it supports 2TB of RAM.
Koyakami23/12/2019 19:22

But will it run Crysis? :/


The funny thing is that there's a CPU only render version of Crysis and this CPU can run it

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