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AMD Ryzen 7 5800X Processor £279.99 at Amazon
Posted 8 h, 33 m agoPosted 8 h, 33 m ago
Expect the entire 5000 range to continue dropping even further as we edge closer to the release of the newly-announced 7000 series due for release this autumn. Socket: AM4 Frequency: 3.8 G…

Undervolt your CPU. you'll see big improvements in both thermals and performance. Sounds counterintuitive, but if you reduce the power going to it, you reduce the heat, which in turn reduces clock speeds. Takes about half an hour to tweak properly (use Ryzen Master to dial in and then enter the same settings in your bios), but worth the effort. I haven't seen mine go above 65 degrees, and that's in an extended Cinebench run while on a 280mm NZXT AIO. Nothing uses PCIe 5 yet, and you won't be able to take advantage of the additional bandwidth until well after 13th Gen Intel becomes irrelevant and you need to update the platform anyway. It's purely a marketing ploy at this point in time. Even the majority of PCIe 4 GPUs aren't impacted to a significant degree in PCIe gen 3 slots, they're way off maxing out 4, let alone requiring gen 5 bandwidths to function. Same with NVMe drives. Best advice right now is to hold tight and see what AMD come out with in autumn if you can, as AM5 will be supported for far longer. Current Intel motherboards are only going to support 12th (current) and 13th (next gen) CPUs, then you need to upgrade yet again. There's no long term upgrade path.


If aren't already tied in to the AM4 socket, then Intel 1700 makes more sense at the moment. Costs about the same as Ryzen, but the motherboards are more advanced (e.g. PCIe 5, upto 4 M.2 sockets) and will give you a possible update path when Raptor Lake is released. For example, you can get the 12600K which is the comparable to this for around £260, but you generally pay £30 more for Intel motherboards. A good 'cheap' pairing is the MSI B660M-A with the 12600K.


bought this last time. love it. just buy the best cooler you can. seriously. :)


AMD AM4 has been absolutely amazing. But yes ultimately the GPU is what matters for games by far. Its easy to overspend on a pc. CPU will simply get out of stock and prices wont get much lower as everything moves to AM5. AM5 is here soon and should be good for year though looks overkill right now with the X670 platform. The 5700x is still worth considering if you want a more power efficient CPU.


Hi,I have two of my pc running on this 5800x doesn't even get used at all even with the best AAA games it the GPU that the real important component . One of my pc has 32 GB ddr4 at 4,400 and that more inadequate for any game.

Asus ROG Flow X13, 4K, Ryzen 9 5980HS, 16GB, 1TB, 3050Ti + RTX 3080 Mobile XG - £1,826 with code @ AO
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Lowest price this has ever been. Also £30 worth of Nectar points with this purchase atm. You get a thin, light, premium build laptop, which is excellent for portability and productivity. Th…
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Which version did you have? I imagine the 1080p?


I had the X13 For peoples reference I ran some comparisons to my much cheaper macbook m1 & also surface pro 8 The screen on this thing is utterly atrocious next to the macbook and surface pro. White's look grey, colours are washed out. The trackpad feels a lot rougher and less precise than the other two The headphone jack, weirdly, sounds a lot worse than the macbook or surface. It was amusingly bad... The speakers are worse than the other two but it isn't an extreme difference Battery life is about 40% of the macbook and 80% of the surface. I'll be honest I was very dissapointed at this as a laptop. It just isn't up to par. Instead buy something good like a Surface Pro or other ultrabook, and use an egpu station, it'll be just as fast as this and better in every way.


I really wanted to try Valhalla on it, but already had it on PS5, so it would have been silly of me to purchase twice (lol)

IdeaPad 5 Pro Gen 6 (14" AMD) - Ryzen 5 5600U, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD - 629.99 Via Education Store @ Lenovo
Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
The specs are slightly worse than the deal posted two months ago, but still a very good deal in my opinion. Available for £629.99 through the education store, with a further £30 possible of…

Probably, the starting price is €1199


Nice. How much do you think that would go for? Around a grand?


I think they are probably starting to clear out stock for the new generation coming in - the new yoga laptops look really good, especially the yoga slim 14 Pro X


Yeah that deal was the exact reason I was keeping an eye on this. Sadly I don't think they'll be selling the Ryzen 5 with 16GB again, but can't hurt to keep an eye on it.


It is a nice laptop, but the 16GB model has been down to this price before: (although that was a couple of months ago)

HP 24-ck0000na All-in-One PC – Ryzen 5 5625U (2022) with HP 710 Black Wireless Keyboard and mouse combo - £549.98 delivered @ HP
Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Windows 11 Home AMD Ryzen™ 5 5625U 8 GB RAM 256 GB SSD 60.5 cm (23.8 "), FHD (1920 x 1080), 250 nits, 72% NTSC AMD Radeon™ Graphics Included: HP 710 Black Wireless Keyboard and mouse c…

Is there a code, website says £649.99?


Love my AIO - current MSI is on its last legs after 11 years of service so just this week picked up a new boxed HP Ryzen 7 quad core with 8GB ram, 256GB SSD and a 2TB HDD from a famous auction site for £345 delivered. Has a HDMI in slot as well which is handy.


I've got my AIO and I've used it maybe 10 times in 3 years. For some reasons I prefer the laptop convenience. I regret getting the AIO to be honest. I used to prefer PCs instead of laptops and AIO was the answer as I don't like cables. The place is tidy now, but what's the point if I use the laptop instead.


Looks nice. I've been wondering about an all-in-one instead of a new laptop. Don't specifically need a laptop just something that can be moved easily off the table.


Ram is 4x2gb 3200mhz for anyone wondering

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AlphaSync RTX 3070 AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 16GB RAM Custom PC Bundle - £799.98 @ eBuyer
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 3.7 GHz ASUS PRIME B550M-K 2x 8GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200MHz NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 AMD Standard Cooler info added by @sigorney
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Just bout to order aswell owell


Very tempting but would have to sell on my motherboard bundle or this one to get s 3070 don't like selling motherboard PCs generally on eBay.


Only if your bone idle, there is no excuse NOW not to do your own research and pick your own components. Plenty of choice and prices have leveled out.


cant be worse than ccl



OPene Box: AMD Processor Ryzen 7 5800X £243.94 delivered with code @ ebay tattyboxsupplies
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
AMD Processor Ryzen 7 5800X Added by @AJ10 A+ Grade - New Open Box This Item is ‘Brand New’. Supplied in original packaging with all accessories. Packaging has been opened. 12 Mont…
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As long as you have the box, amd will honor your warranty


Have to use the discount code.....


I believe so if it's a retail box with invoice


Does AMD even honor warranties New from ebay?


Open box is used without a warranty. Pay a few quid more for new retail box. Don't support these scams.