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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 06-30-2019, 04:30 PM - Thread Starter
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[TH] Silicon Lottery to Bin and Sell Ryzen 3000 CPUs

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Silicon Lottery, the third party CPU binning company, has recently updated its website to reflect upcoming availability for the Ryzen 3000 processors that launch on July 7th. Silicon Lottery estimates it will have binned versions of the 3800X and 3900X by July 13th; there is no estimation for the 3950X which releases in September, and the lower end 3700X, 3600X, and 3600 are nowhere to be seen.
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At the very least, Silicon Lottery's new Ryzen segment of binned CPUs shows something we've been seeing for a while over the past two years and especially within the past few months: AMD is gaining an incredible amount of traction within the market with both old partners like MSI and new companies (new to AMD, anyways) like Silicon Lottery. Of course, we're all hoping this also means Ryzen 3000 will overclock very well, but we'll just have to wait and see about that.

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post #2 of 28 (permalink) Old 06-30-2019, 04:47 PM
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I'm interesting in seeing their overclocking results and motherboard QVL!


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Why not put this under advertisement?
It's what it is.

There are plenty shops worldwide that sell binned chips. (and delided with LM when practical)
Often some of the largest or the largest retailers sell binned CPUs at least in EU.

Making buying from SL pretty moot.
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If there is a significant range in performance for the sku you are looking for, this could definitely be worth checking out.

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Quote: Originally Posted by JackCY View Post
Why not put this under advertisement?
It's what it is.

There are plenty shops worldwide that sell binned chips. (and delided with LM when practical)
Often some of the largest or the largest retailers sell binned CPUs at least in EU.

Making buying from SL pretty moot.
Could you give me some links where I could get binned chips aside from SL? I'm from outside the US and I'm trying find better sources. Thanks in advance!

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It'll be very interesting to see what Silicon Lottery has to offer and their range of overclocks. I just hope their new stability testing approach proves to be more stable with less tinkering.

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Could you give me some links where I could get binned chips aside from SL? I'm from outside the US and I'm trying find better sources. Thanks in advance!
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Wait . . . didn't someone at AMD say the 3700X is the better overclocker?

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Quote: Originally Posted by JackCY View Post
Why not put this under advertisement?
It's what it is.

There are plenty shops worldwide that sell binned chips. (and delided with LM when practical)
Often some of the largest or the largest retailers sell binned CPUs at least in EU.

Making buying from SL pretty moot.
Other companies make cars, making buying from Ford pretty moot.

Other companies make GPUs, making buying from Nvidia pretty moot.

Other companies make cases, making buying fr

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Are they going to offer delidding as well? Historically, the solder hasn't really been worth it to burn through for a delid on Zen CPUs, maybe GN or der8auer will find something this time due to the unconventional layout under the heat spreader.

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