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post #41 of 156 (permalink) Old 05-24-2019, 06:05 PM
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Currently you can get a 2950x for $800. While the 1950x sells for $600. A 3850X for $600 doesn't seem unreasonable. An AM4 chip should cost less then a TR4.

The 1950x cost $1000 when it came out. But a year later the 2950x cost $900. If we follow that pattern a 3950x would cost $800. However a 3950x would be TR4 not AM4. The difference between the 1900x TR4 and 1800x AM4 when they came out was $200. So a 3850x would be $200 cheaper then a 3950x. Making the 3850x $600.

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You ppl bash Jim but it turned out he was mostly true.

Don't you forget even LISA herself tweeted him?


16C/32T is coming and I love to see those who keep assuring the world it will never happen to mainstream to eat their own words

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I'll wait until the CPU actually releases.
Seems too good to be true.
If the CPU is real, I very much doubt they will price it as mid-low point. And I would expect it to be 2000$ or so. If they get the best of the best, AMD will not be hesitant to put a high price on it.


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My Threadripper 1950x suddenly became worthless

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Quote: Originally Posted by guttheslayer View Post
You ppl bash Jim but it turned out he was mostly true.

Don't you forget even LISA herself tweeted him?


16C/32T is coming and I love to see those who keep assuring the world it will never happen to mainstream to eat their own words
Intel's damage control is working overtime.

Meanwhile, amd didn't disclose ANY frequencies and only spoke of 8core chips, every ES is low clocked, all we have are rumours and "leaks" that created expectations of 16c 5ghz chips.

Just wait and see how ryzen 3000 becomes a "fail" if final clocks dont reach the magical 5ghz number.
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My Threadripper 1950x suddenly became worthless [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/tongue.gif[/IMG]
Not worthless. It still very good as with all other modern cpus. Software developers in general just starting to take advantage of more than four cores. In my field, an 16core will not really help as the software in general is so poorly coded that even an 16core can be slow. Does productivity software and normal tasks perform better between an 6/8 core versus 16core in real life

Mainly its enuthiast who get hurt because they chase the best.
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The 1700X launched at $399. The 2700X launched at $329.
If the 8 core chip launches at a higher price than the 2700X did, ill be a little bit disappointed.

The 1700 was $329, with the 2700 following at 299.

I'd love to see the 3700X at $299 with the 3700 at $269. (I wouldn't bet on that though lol)

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I'll wait until the CPU actually releases.
Seems too good to be true.
If the CPU is real, I very much doubt they will price it as mid-low point. And I would expect it to be 2000$ or so. If they get the best of the best, AMD will not be hesitant to put a high price on it.
If you are talking $2000 USD - that is just ridiculous .
They are chasing mind share and market share . It will be competitively priced but I doubt it will be cheap , I doubt that it will be more expensive than the current 16 core Thread Ripper and most likely $100 or so cheaper .
The thing I suspect will affect prices is the amount of Ryzen 2XXX cpus in the channel .
You actually sound like a Shareholder , wishful thinking !
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The 1700X launched at $399. The 2700X launched at $329.
If the 8 core chip launches at a higher price than the 2700X did, ill be a little bit disappointed.

The 1700 was $329, with the 2700 following at 299.

I'd love to see the 3700X at $299 with the 3700 at $269. (I wouldn't bet on that though lol)
The 2700X launch price could have been influenced by the intel 9th gen. This time around - what else do we have?

BTW, the i9 9900K still sells for 500$. Based on that, AMD can easily charge the 8-core upwards of 350$.

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