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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-29-2019, 05:45 PM - Thread Starter
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Ryzen chips: Can you get one without the heatsink?

Wondering because I already have water cooling on my setup that is compatible with the Ryzen cards. I don't want to spend the extra money on a fan I won't be using.

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As far as I know, all Ryzen chips come with heatsinks except the X branded 1000 series chips (1800X, 1700X, 1600X).

However, considering how much they're charging for the chips right now, I don't think you're paying much extra for the heatsink.

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I was thinking maybe $20-$30 difference, but from what I was noticing, the X series does come with their own coolers. I recall seeing a couple without one a few weeks ago, but now I can't find one.

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Quote: Originally Posted by EGC View Post
I was thinking maybe $20-$30 difference, but from what I was noticing, the X series does come with their own coolers. I recall seeing a couple without one a few weeks ago, but now I can't find one.
Get it & sell the cpu cooler online. I've seen the wraith stealth (2700x cooler) online for $60 before. I'd sell it for $30-$40 to get it off quick and make a buck. It's actually a very impressive cooler in my opinion I'm running it on my 2700x for now while I gather components.
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Methinks I read somewhere that it is cheaper for AMD to bundle a cooler with all their CPUs than it is to bundle them with some but not others.

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On local PC store in my country- they sell Ryzen CPU's as Box or "TRY" without the cooler at a discount, they also sell the stock coolers separately.
Maybe you can find local store that does the same?
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On local PC store in my country- they sell Ryzen CPU's as Box or "TRY" without the cooler at a discount, they also sell the stock coolers separately.
Maybe you can find local store that does the same?
TRY would be for "tray". They used to do this here too, for AM3 CPUs (especially dual Athlon II) and i 've seen it for FX4300 too. They are OEM CPUs that somehow find their way to the retail channel. I checked the local price engine and found the following models as TRAY:

- Ryzen 2200G, 2600X, 2700X

But only one shop has the 2600X and 2700X and only 2 sell the 2200G. So it's not like there are tons of these CPUs in the market. Ironically, they also sell them for more than the retail counterpart: 2600X TRAY for EUR 277, 2700X for EUR 360.

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2600X: YD260XBCM6IAF
2700X: YD270XBGM88AF
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Do tray CPUs come with warranties?

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Do tray CPUs come with warranties?
3 year warranty sfaik. I have the R7 1800x that I got on Preorder before 1*** series launched. 1800x didn't come with a cooler and they're still being sold without them.

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