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post #261 of 391 (permalink) Old 06-11-2019, 02:51 PM
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Well indeed. I was going to buy the Strix X570-E, but at $329.99. lolno.

I'm buying a new CPU + mobo next month, judging by the 3800X vs 9700K benchmarks...dare I say it?...The 9700K might be a better deal and better performer.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Pendulum View Post
Well indeed. I was going to buy the Strix X570-E, but at $329.99. lolno.

I'm buying a new CPU + mobo next month, judging by the 3800X vs 9700K benchmarks...dare I say it?...The 9700K might be a better deal and better performer.
You can run a 8 core R7 3800X on a x470 or B450 Pro Carbon board surely , let alone the lower tier X570.


If you were looking at Z390 you weren't getting PCIE 4.0 anyway.

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Hot POTATO, I was pretty excited for R3gen but dang these mobo prices make me cringe... I guess i'll wait and not rebuilt come July, I was going to just throw money at a new platform but the prices brought me back to reality, and that is, I dont need to upgrade just yet.

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Well, I expected these prices from Asus, I remember how high they priced latest revision of Z390 HERO, and that they never released RANGER. And it became obvious that TUF would become low end, and ROG would become overpriced stuff. The scary part is these powerpacks doesn't cost that much.
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TUF isn't outright bad this time (compared to Z390 / X470) power-wise and IO-wise; it lost the ALC1220 audio and Intel 1G LAN from Prime Pro though. There's also front panel USB 3.1 gen 2 on the Prime X570 Pro but that's more of a niche feature given there's only a few mainstream cases (i.e. In Win 101C/301C, Fractal Design S2/R6 +upgrade kit, Phanteks P600S, Corsair 500D/570X/678C, Coolermaster SL600M/MC500M) with it at this point.

If you use B450 Pro Carbon (or Aorus X470 Ultra Gaming that comes with worse Powerpaks but has USB 3.1 front panel header) as a baseline of ~$140 and add ~ $50 for PCIE 4.0 and PCB improvements , ~ $30-40 for 8-12 powerstages with IR35201 PWM (or even cheaper if it's using Vishay DrMos instead of IR3553/IR3555/TDA21472) instead of 8x ONsemi Powerpaks it should be at ~$210 for a decent X570 board. I've seen the B450 Pro Carbon pushing ~160W CPU power with 85°C VRM temps so it's basically a +50% power board in the grand scheme of things.


At about $350 you can get an ASUS x399-A/Strix X399-E , Asrock X399 Taichi, Asrock X299 OC Formula, or Asus x299 WS Pro so anything over ~$350 is excessive for a mainstream socket unless you are planning on 12-16 cores.

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Ok so only waiting for asrock pricing now. Unfortunately i think taichi will cost like msi ace.
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Well indeed. I was going to buy the Strix X570-E, but at $329.99. lolno.

I'm buying a new CPU + mobo next month, judging by the 3800X vs 9700K benchmarks...dare I say it?...The 9700K might be a better deal and better performer.
Where have you scene benchmarks that compare a 3800x to a 9700k?

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Intel doesn't think PCI Express 4.0 is a big deal and has the numbers to prove it.

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could it be, that intel tries everything to "poisen" the ryzen 3000/x570 release?

And sure PCI4.0 is kind of overkill, but why stay on the old tec, if you can change to the better tec

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