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Ryzen 3900x £406.91 @ Amazon Germany

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I wouldn't recommend anybody buys this. It's not sold by Amazon, but by Xstra Digital Storage which is based in the Netherlands. I ordered one at the beginning of May for £383 via UK Amazon from them, despite receiving a tracking number, the tracking showed it was never even collected from the seller. The seller did cancel the order when I requested, but they stated I returned it! Looking at their UK Amazon feedback, pretty much all complaints were about delivery time and non arrival.

The other thing to bear in mind is the 3900XT is being released in a couple of weeks, this will no doubt drive the price of this version down.
Edited by: "Ronski007" 3rd Jun
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I wouldn't recommend anybody buys this. It's not sold by Amazon, but by Xstra Digital Storage which is based in the Netherlands. I ordered one at the beginning of May for £383 via UK Amazon from them, despite receiving a tracking number, the tracking showed it was never even collected from the seller. The seller did cancel the order when I requested, but they stated I returned it! Looking at their UK Amazon feedback, pretty much all complaints were about delivery time and non arrival.

The other thing to bear in mind is the 3900XT is being released in a couple of weeks, this will no doubt drive the price of this version down.
Edited by: "Ronski007" 3rd Jun
The price keeps trending upwards, yet the hot deals keep coming...I’m going to post next week, when it’s £415.
It shows as dispatched by Amazon.de for me, not a 3rd party.
Rup03/06/2020 19:23

It shows as dispatched by Amazon.de for me, not a 3rd party.


Xstra Digital for me but couple of euros more can get it from Amazon.De
recon these will go even lower over the next few weeks ? looking to nab one
ebeneezer_goode03/06/2020 20:02

recon these will go even lower over the next few weeks ? looking to nab one


There should be a load of all the current series for sale on the used markets of tech forums. People always want the next shiny thing Lowest I seen the 3900X was £330 with warranty.
ebeneezer_goode03/06/2020 20:02

recon these will go even lower over the next few weeks ? looking to nab one


Give it 6 months, there has to be a nasty economic downturn so possibly there will be some bargains I guess :/
Rup03/06/2020 19:23

It shows as dispatched by Amazon.de for me, not a 3rd party.


Both on my phone and PC it shows as Xstra Digital Storage.

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would wait for the 3900xt slightly better base and boost clocks and hopefully a price reduction too
40967056-j94mx.jpgFrom Amazon for 428 Euros.
Just my 2 cents....

I ordered a Ryzen 7 3700x from xstra digital on amazon marketplace (uk) for £251. I saw they had a 60% rating but thought it was worth the risk, I ordered on 28th may, the expected delivery was 5th-15th june. However to my delight it actually arrived safe and sound today, a day earlier than the earliest expected date.

So in my experience at least, xstra digital was pretty decent
liajy04/06/2020 15:44

Just my 2 cents....I ordered a Ryzen 7 3700x from xstra digital on amazon …Just my 2 cents....I ordered a Ryzen 7 3700x from xstra digital on amazon marketplace (uk) for £251. I saw they had a 60% rating but thought it was worth the risk, I ordered on 28th may, the expected delivery was 5th-15th june. However to my delight it actually arrived safe and sound today, a day earlier than the earliest expected date.So in my experience at least, xstra digital was pretty decent


I suspect they order them from somewhere else, hence the long delay. They told me they didn't expect mine to be delivered until 15th June, this was around three weeks after I ordered it.
looks like its sold by amazon?
40990200-aTDSJ.jpghow do I get hold of a fee free card?
It's only £416.45 from Amazon UK - so like £10 more... not a huge difference tbh.
muon05/06/2020 19:58

looks like its sold by amazon? [Image] how do I get hold of a fee free …looks like its sold by amazon? [Image] how do I get hold of a fee free card?



It seems some people get the sold by Amazon, others get the sold by Xstra Digital, which is odd from the same link.

Regarding fee free, you may already have one, but you can check here

moneysavingexpert.com/cre…ds/

But really I would suggest waiting for the XT range to be released (June the 16th was mentioned somewhere - see link below), it will surely push prices of these down or the 3900XT may be affordable to you.

tweaktown.com/new…tml
Edited by: "Ronski007" 7th Jun
Ronski00707/06/2020 10:32

It seems some people get the sold by Amazon, others get the sold by Xstra …It seems some people get the sold by Amazon, others get the sold by Xstra Digital, which is odd from the same link.Regarding fee free, you may already have one, but you can check herehttps://www.moneysavingexpert.com/credit-cards/travel-credit-cards/But really I would suggest waiting for the XT range to be released (June the 16th was mentioned somewhere - see link below), it will surely push prices of these down or the 3900XT may be affordable to you.https://www.tweaktown.com/news/72721/amd-preps-ryzen-9-3900xt-7-3800xt-5-3600xt-for-june-16/index.html


Thanks, I'm a bit overwhelmed with all the options. I need something that's going to have substantial kick over my i7 4690k for video work, but without breaking the bank lol. Will keep an eye out and see what happens
muon07/06/2020 10:57

Thanks, I'm a bit overwhelmed with all the options. I need something …Thanks, I'm a bit overwhelmed with all the options. I need something that's going to have substantial kick over my i7 4690k for video work, but without breaking the bank lol. Will keep an eye out and see what happens


Are you sure it's an i7 and not an i5, somewhere you have a number wrong, either way an 3900X(T) will be a massive improvement. I always use the following for comparing CPU's

cpubenchmark.net/com…493

Oh, and make sure you go with an X570 board for PCIe 4 storage potential :-)
Ronski00707/06/2020 11:20

Are you sure it's an i7 and not an i5, somewhere you have a number wrong, …Are you sure it's an i7 and not an i5, somewhere you have a number wrong, either way an 3900X(T) will be a massive improvement. I always use the following for comparing CPU'shttps://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/Intel-i7-4790K-vs-Intel-i5-4690K-vs-AMD-Ryzen-9-3900X/2275vs2284vs3493Oh, and make sure you go with an X570 board for PCIe 4 storage potential :-)


Here's the specs mate, I get confused with the model numbers lol.

i7 4790K
32GB DDR3 @ 1066MHZ
NVIDIA GeForce GTX660
Asus Pro Gamer Z97

Thanks, I was looking at a MSI 450M mortar max mobo. Are the x570 chipsets the ones to go for then?
muon07/06/2020 12:11

Here's the specs mate, I get confused with the model numbers lol. i7 …Here's the specs mate, I get confused with the model numbers lol. i7 4790K32GB DDR3 @ 1066MHZNVIDIA GeForce GTX660Asus Pro Gamer Z97Thanks, I was looking at a MSI 450M mortar max mobo. Are the x570 chipsets the ones to go for then?



Ideally if budget allows the X570 is certainly the better option, it's currently the only chipset which will support gen 4 PCIe drives. It's also forward compatible with Ryzen 4, some older boards will be able to support Ryzen 4 but it's only after AMD relented, but will require special BIOS to support them. The B550 boards are also supposed to launching on 16th June, and will also support PCIe 4 and Ryzen 4, no idea on price though.

I bought the following in May:

3900X
Artic Liquid Freezer II 280mm
ASRock X570 Extreme 4
Crucial Ballistic 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4-3600 CL16 - it was the cheapest 3600Mhz CL16 I could find
Sabrent Rocket 4 1TB NVME SSD
Windows 10 Pro

The above was fitted in my existing spare PC, which has a Antec P180 case, with the old parts donated to my brother.

Prices are all over the place at the moment, with some items in short supply, that little lot above with a few other odds and ends came to £970. I notice on parts Picker it's showing the ram and cooler at over £100 more each, so shop around.

Also do your research, I didn't and have found that you need to be careful matching the motherboard and ram, it's not just a case of loading the XMP profile, my motherboard applied too much voltage on 3 settings and was not stable until I lowered them, I have managed to get the ram running at 4000Mhz since though at standard timings. I've also managed to get the Infinity Fabric running at 1900Mhz, which when running the ram at 3800Mhz means it's runs at 1:1 ratio which is what you want ideally, but it's taken lots of reading and fiddling. I've not checked any of the above is 24/7 stable yet.
Edited by: "Ronski007" 7th Jun
Ronski007:


Ideally if budget allows the X570 is certainly the better option, it's currently the only chipset which will support gen 4 PCIe drives. It's also forward compatible with Ryzen 4, some older boards will be able to support Ryzen 4 but it's only after AMD relented, but will require special BIOS to support them. The B550 boards are also supposed to launching on 16th June, and will also support PCIe 4 and Ryzen 4, no idea on price though.

I bought the following in May:

3900X
Artic Liquid Freezer II 280mm
ASRock X570 Extreme 4
Crucial Ballistic 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4-3600 CL16 - it was the cheapest 3600Mhz CL16 I could find
Sabrent Rocket 4 1TB NVME SSD
Windows 10 Pro

The above was fitted in my existing spare PC, which has a Antec P180 case, with the old parts donated to my brother.

Prices are all over the place at the moment, with some items in short supply, that little lot above with a few other odds and ends came to £970. I notice on parts Picker it's showing the ram and cooler at over £100 more each, so shop around.

Also do your research, I didn't and have found that you need to be careful matching the motherboard and ram, it's not just a case of loading the XMP profile, my motherboard applied too much voltage on 3 settings and was not stable until I lowered them, I have managed to get the ram running at 4000Mhz since though at standard timings. I've also managed to get the Infinity Fabric running at 1900Mhz, which when running the ram at 3800Mhz means it's runs at 1:1 ratio which is what you want ideally, but it's taken lots of reading and fiddling. I've not checked any of the above is 24/7 stable yet.

Thanks man, good advice there! I didn't know about the RAM compatibility, it's been a few years since I've paid any attention to pc bits 😬
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