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    Cool Ryzen 7000 series release !!

    Well it looks like today 9/27 is the day. NE seems have CPU and Mobos for sale. I'm really interested in seeing the Mobos and the specs.

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    Nice!

    Intel also announced their 13th gen processors yesterday, 15% single-core, up to 41% multi-threaded performance boost, but they're not out yet.
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    I'm not seeing the previous generation of Ryzens dropping in price yet (or like I was hoping). I'm thinking stock may have been so low during the pandemic that there's not a ton of old 5000 series Ryzens laying around.

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    i have a newegg wish list started for a new AMD build , then i see Intel dropping new 13900K in october, so that all is on hold for now, maybe black friday will be a good time to pull trigger LOL
    i stlll need to research DDR 5 memory some as well, looking hard at this mobo, but man prices are insane

    https://www.newegg.com/asus-proart-x...82E16813119589

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    $500 mobos, ouch... I'd wait a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip View Post
    $500 mobos, ouch... I'd wait a bit.
    Actually the ASUS TUF GAMING X670E-PLUS WIFI 6E Socket AM5 is only $329. The mobos with an "E" after the X670 indicate "Extreme" models and usually sell at a premium. There really seems to be a smorgasbord of features and prices for this new series.

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