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Mr. Friendly

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Wait a minute... not sure what source I was looking at (it was some kind of chart) to come up with 12C/24T for the 3700X.... according to AMD it's 8C/16T. The 3900X is listed as 12C/24T.

that's correct...R7's are still 8 core / 16 thread...the R9's will be 12 / 24 and 16 / 32.
 

Lysrin

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Yeah. $100 pre overclock tax.

SSW is right though, the 3700x looks like the enthusiast price/perk sweet spot.

I'm still trying to convince myself to not upgrade...
Your post in the Price Check thread doesn't seem like you're winning :bleh:
 

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In my case I doubt there is much lust for X79 parts or are miners still wanting them? But then I will want to replace my 980 #slipperySlope
 

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3600 and 3700X seem like the better bang for buck CPUs. Curious how the higher TDP 3600X will fare, along with the low TDP 3700X
 

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I'm not really in the market for a new processor so I haven't been paying all that much attention... that said... the 3700X is a 12C/24T mainstream processor at a sub-$500 price?


That sir, looks like an enthusiast's wet dream if you ask me.... :)
Like sswilson, I have not been paying attention either.... Homelab (whatever that actually is) sure, a Plex server for x number of people, maybe. But a "12C/24T mainstream processor" sounds like a contradiction in terms.
 

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