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Romanian AMD Ryzen prices

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1 minute ago, ZeusXI said:

links for the mobo?

Search Ryzen on Newegg. All the R7's are up now and a lot of motherboards.


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2 minutes ago, Brooksie359 said:

why isnt there any tax?

I live in Georgia USA. I don't pay tax when I order electronics online.


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1 minute ago, Brooksie359 said:

what? i thought sales tax was federal

Nope only in a select few states.


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Get ready for the price gouge

Retailers have to, else they will have a hard time turning over their existing stores of Intel chips

I really wish electronics manufacturers would start selling direct to consumer. Its obvious retailers don't follow MSRP especially for new products.

Bear in mind MSRP is what the manufacturer would like end customers to be paying. It includes cost of distribution and every intermediary's cut.


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9 minutes ago, Brooksie359 said:

what? i thought sales tax was federal

Sales tax is state by state, and in most states, doesn't apply to online shopping.


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8 minutes ago, huilun02 said:

Get ready for the price gouge

Retailers have to, else they will have a hard time turning over their existing stores of Intel chips

I really wish electronics manufacturers would start selling direct to consumer. Its obvious retailers don't follow MSRP especially for new products.

Bear in mind MSRP is what the manufacturer would like end customers to be paying. It includes cost of distribution and every intermediary's cut.

I doubt retailers will price gouge. The only time I've seen NewEgg actually do it was during the Bitcoin hype days when everyone was mass buying AMD cards. If they need to get rid of their Intel inventory, they'll just flash sale their stock.  A retailer price gouging on a new product doesn't earn them any favors.

 

The only ones I'm worried about are the people who hoard the latest and greatest thing and try to turn them over for 50% markup on eBay and Amazon.

 

Actually wait, I'm not worried about those people. I'm worried about the dumb-butts that actually buy it.

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Jeez, the AM4 motherboards are expensive. Only one model under $95 US and it's $80.


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2 minutes ago, ATFink said:

Jeez, the AM4 motherboards are expensive. Only one model under $95 US and it's $80.

There's going to be alot more available on launch. So hopefully quite a few cheaper ones xD

 

I think there was a thread showing 4 boards by either Asus or ASrock, with the cheapest from them (for the four shown anyway) being $60


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1 minute ago, knightslugger said:

So do i buy x370 or B350?

x370 will probably be much better at overclocking and has more features.


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5 minutes ago, M.Yurizaki said:

I doubt retailers will price gouge. The only time I've seen NewEgg actually do it was during the Bitcoin hype days when everyone was mass buying AMD cards. If they need to get rid of their Intel inventory, they'll just flash sale their stock.  A retailer price gouging on a new product doesn't earn them any favors.

I'd like to see them flash sale a $1000+ Intel chip when the new competing product is $500.

 

Retailers can price gouge at will. They have done so before, especially when demand outstrips supply to the point where there is no fear of competing retailers selling at lower price. 


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looking at the asus prime x370 ... max ram speed of 2666? dahfuq?


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1 minute ago, knightslugger said:

looking at the asus prime x370 ... max ram speed of 2666? dahfuq?

Probably a lower end version of the chipset. Wait for more high end boards to come out


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1 minute ago, EvilCat70 said:

Probably a lower end version of the chipset. Wait for more high end boards to come out

It's already a $160 board! how expensive are these little bastards going to be?!


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1 minute ago, knightslugger said:

It's already a $160 board!

Because it has better overclocking


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2 minutes ago, EvilCat70 said:

Because it has better overclocking

Looking at the Pro Carbon from MSI... same story. 2666 mhz max. $180 board.

 

Fatal1ty, same story 2666


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1 minute ago, knightslugger said:

Looking at the Pro Carbon from MSI... same story. 2666 mhz max. $180 board.

lol to me 2666Mhz is insane saying I only have 1600Mhz DDR3 :P 


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6 minutes ago, huilun02 said:

I'd like to see them flash sale a $1000+ Intel chip when the new competing product is $500.

 

Retailers can price gouge at will. They have done so before, especially when demand outstrips supply to the point where there is no fear of competing retailers selling at lower price. 

Except in the US you have a variety of major retailers selling. Maybe in somewhere like Eastern Europe where the pickings are slimmer, but in the US? Not a chance.

 

Otherwise Amazon, Newegg, etc. would've been officially selling GTX 1080s/1070s $800+

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21 minutes ago, ArkTheYO said:

the model number is so cool   YD1700BBAEBOX  ! :x

 

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The 1700X and 1800X come without coolers? AMD, w00t? Maybe NewEgg is wrong, idk


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1 minute ago, EvilCat70 said:

lol to me 2666Mhz is insane saying I only have 1600Mhz DDR3 :P 

well i'm running 3200 MHz on Skylake and the Z170-A board i bought was $140 at the time... If i'm buying 8 cores at 4 GHz each, i want faster memory than BARELY over DDR4 spec.


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