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On 3/6/2019 at 5:03 PM, Stefan Payne said:

No, they said middle of the year.

May is the start of the middle.

Fair enough.

 

Middle of the year for me, however, is more like the second half of June to mid July.

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1 minute ago, iEimis said:

Fair enough.

 

Middle of the year for me, however, is more like the second half of June to mid July.

Rumor Mill says that we might get new Information at the End of this Month or beginning of next month.

 

So it might be sooner than later. BUt that might depend on TSMC and how much space AMD gets from them.


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3 hours ago, Stefan Payne said:

Rumor Mill says that we might get new Information at the End of this Month or beginning of next month.

 

So it might be sooner than later. BUt that might depend on TSMC and how much space AMD gets from them.

I think a few people asked Bizgram for info on R9 3850X and they said 8weeks, so possible that AMD would release the lower end in 4-5 weeks(Maybe on the date of their 50th anniversary? Doesn’t fit 4-5 weeks but it’s possible) and the higher end SKUs at a later date


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3 hours ago, Stefan Payne said:

Rumor Mill says that we might get new Information at the End of this Month or beginning of next month.

 

So it might be sooner than later. BUt that might depend on TSMC and how much space AMD gets from them.

Was helping someone with a Ryzen build and a whole bunch of B450 motherboards are suddenly just out of stock everywhere. mITX and mATX mostly, but there's a real supply crunch on them. Likely means they're clearing their channels for a launch very soon. I think it's going to be a May 1 announcement then a staggered launch. From a marketing perspective, I think getting the first wave out before Computex and then doing a big showcase there would make the most sense. Have the Ryzen 7s all out then and see if Intel brings out LN2 cooling on a HEDT part.

 

May 1st is AMD's 50th anniversary, so I still think an announcement event would make the most sense then, given they didn't make an early in the year window for launch.

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Disheartening to see that people still make purchases from Sim Lim Square. I'd thought the place and its ilk collapsed. These days, I've gotten almost everything from NewEgg, and I float my own stock.

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55 minutes ago, Tenelia said:

Disheartening to see that people still make purchases from Sim Lim Square. I'd thought the place and its ilk collapsed. These days, I've gotten almost everything from NewEgg, and I float my own stock.

thing is, getting parts from newegg means you gotta ship it to taiwan for warranty. and you don't get to have the hardware immediately.


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7 hours ago, Tenelia said:

Disheartening to see that people still make purchases from Sim Lim Square. I'd thought the place and its ilk collapsed. These days, I've gotten almost everything from NewEgg, and I float my own stock.

If you know how to bargain the price increase over buying from newegg or amazon isn’t that much. Can also get parts fast without having to wait for delivery.


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16 hours ago, _d0nut said:

If you know how to bargain the price increase over buying from newegg or amazon isn’t that much. Can also get parts fast without having to wait for delivery.

If you have a series of receipts as proof, I'm more inclined to believe you, but personally and as a business, I rather float some inventory through NewEgg or Amazon or AliExpress, since their prices are almost always 15%-40% cheaper.

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Come on, is this kind of thing what passes for a credible rumor nowadays? A Whatsapp message from a customer service rep? Please.

 

Nothing to see here. Move along.

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On 3/11/2019 at 10:54 PM, Tenelia said:

If you have a series of receipts as proof, I'm more inclined to believe you, but personally and as a business, I rather float some inventory through NewEgg or Amazon or AliExpress, since their prices are almost always 15%-40% cheaper.

You must be looking at the wrong shops then, a few shops only have max 10% markup on every product(even less on less valuable items). Usually these markups could be lowered significantly. For a 10% markup on a high value product like GPUs, you can bargain to maybe 2-3% markup which is much less than shipping. However certain brands tend to have higher markups which you can’t bargain down, especially Corsair. Brands like Lian Li, Cryorig, ID-Cooling etc. tend to be cheaper at SLS. I’d kind of agree with getting stock from Newegg/Amazon/AliExpress for a business though. You could try sourcing from local distributors maybe?

 


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On 3/10/2019 at 12:14 PM, Taf the Ghost said:

Was helping someone with a Ryzen build and a whole bunch of B450 motherboards are suddenly just out of stock everywhere. mITX and mATX mostly, but there's a real supply crunch on them. Likely means they're clearing their channels for a launch very soon. I think it's going to be a May 1 announcement then a staggered launch. From a marketing perspective, I think getting the first wave out before Computex and then doing a big showcase there would make the most sense. Have the Ryzen 7s all out then and see if Intel brings out LN2 cooling on a HEDT part.

 

May 1st is AMD's 50th anniversary, so I still think an announcement event would make the most sense then, given they didn't make an early in the year window for launch.

I'm pretty sure they dropped prices of Ryzen 2000 as well, possibly to purge stock. it's $289 on amazon for a 2700x right now.


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Are there any non-Zen2 AMD CPUs expected to be launched in the near future?

 

While grabbing the latest bios I found this:

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Update AGESA 0070 for the upcoming processors and improve some CPU compatibility.

From https://www.asus.com/uk/Motherboards/PRIME-B350M-A/HelpDesk_BIOS/


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6 hours ago, porina said:

Are there any non-Zen2 AMD CPUs expected to be launched in the near future?

 

While grabbing the latest bios I found this:

From https://www.asus.com/uk/Motherboards/PRIME-B350M-A/HelpDesk_BIOS/

MSI said about their new BIOS update that it was to support 'new Athlon CPUs' but AMD didn't say anything about that


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8 hours ago, porina said:

Are there any non-Zen2 AMD CPUs expected to be launched in the near future?

No idea.
Someone in the German Forum Planet3Dnow analyzed it and said that they look like Picasso (=12nm) BIOS and not Zen2 (yet).

 


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