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post #41 of 47 (permalink) Old 06-23-2019, 11:58 PM
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I am one that finally made the switch with the 2700x. Intel lost me with the 9900k's price, I got the 2700x, motherboard, and ram for less than the selling price of the 9900k at the time. It's come down $125 or so since then and I have had to buy multiple ram kits with this damn 2700x, but I think I'm still less money into it than I would have been with the 9900k.
Why would you need to buy multiple ram kits? It was well established that anything B die will zoom with ryzen, two years ago.

Be honest, behind the facade of those things, the real priority is just screwing everyone over in the name of obscene profit & delaying any kind of backlash as long as possible. That's the real world.
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Intel Internal Memo Reveals that even Intel is Impressed by AMD's Progress

Intel Internal Memo Reveals that even Intel is Impressed by AMD's Progress

That's interesting read:
https://www.techpowerup.com/256842/i...-amds-progress
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Intel Internal Memo Reveals that even Intel is Impressed by AMD's Progress

That's interesting read:
https://www.techpowerup.com/256842/i...-amds-progress
"It's not well understood that Intel actually offers the market a larger selection of product pricing.
While the press often likes to focus on Intel's top price points being higher than AMD's top price, few people recognize that Intel also offers lower entry pricing than AMD.
So Intel offers more price point choices to our customers."


uhh yeah, lower price with a lower performance, their perf/$ is worse than AMD's.

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they need more than 15%!!!! 15% is barely scratching intel tax XD

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