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Planning to jump to Ryzen

mikedrewsmy
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Currently have 2 rigs. 1 with 9900K + Z390 Godlike and the other is an 8086K + Z370 Godlike.
I'm planning to sell the 8086K + Z370 Godlike since 9900K is basically an incremental upgrade from the 8086K but of course i want to keep it as it is the best.
 

So can anyone recommend me the best motherboard and Samsung B-die ram for the 2700x that money can buy.

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If you want best of the best, you might as well wait for Zen 2 to come out in 2019.

 

If not, mobo recommendation:

Asus Crosshair VII

 

RAM: how much? I personally recommend the Trident Z RGB kit, but only because I have it.

 

 

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why such a expensive mobo? the pro carbon series is great too and has a lot of rgb (headers too), can be used with watercooling and there's also a x470 version of it. if not, asus might be a better choise for expensive mobo's

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I agree with @Dissitesuxba11s don't bother getting current Ryzen stuff with systems like that. Wait for Zen 2.

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Nm, post just to post if ya want to.

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I think you will be disappointed and since money is no object step up to 2990x or something in the overclockable epic server line and get max cores

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36 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

why such a expensive mobo?

This guy pre ordered the 2080ti's... Multiples. Price-Performance is not a factor here :D 

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6 minutes ago, jonrosalia said:

I think you will be disappointed and since money is no object step up to 2990x or something in the overclockable epic server line and get max cores

I think the 16 core threadripper is the sweet spot for people not doing heavy productivity work like rendering that can use the 2990x. I don't know if they would even beinfit from 16 cores tbh. 

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I hope for a larger product stack for enthusiast with ryzen 3 - looking at you asus! 

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59 minutes ago, jonrosalia said:

I think you will be disappointed and since money is no object step up to 2990x or something in the overclockable epic server line and get max cores

already have a 2990wx

 

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I own an MSI one and I can say it's poorly maintained, and has a lot of bugs. For intel CPU's everything was fine
I won't probably buy a new MSI one for AMD CPUs

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6 hours ago, mikedrewsmy said:

already have a 2990wx

 

damn I would start trying to build retro stuff then for a challenge it sounds like you have all the bases covered.

that or I would start going against der8uer and kingpin for records. 

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16 hours ago, jonrosalia said:

damn I would start trying to build retro stuff then for a challenge it sounds like you have all the bases covered.

that or I would start going against der8uer and kingpin for records. 

i might go with a 1997/1998 retro build :)
or a 486 instead

 

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what about the worlds most powerful arcade and repurpose the 8086 rig into a cabinet and it running everything just make it the ultimate Game Center full of emulators?  that sounds like a challenge.

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