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"While the Gen2 Threadripper series is pretty sweet, and yes that is an understatement, it, however, could be very interesting to look into a Gen1 processor at the moment. 299 USD for the 8c/16t 1900X anyone?"


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Holy Mackerel!!! :thumbsups :cheers:
Ryzen Threadripper 1920X 12/24 32 MB 180W 3.5 GHz 4.0 GHz Yes $799 $399


Yes, please!!! $399!!!
 

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Nope. Get a 2700X instead. 1920X/50X are on discounts too to clear stock for upcoming 2000 series arriving to stores shortly.
2700X and 2950X are the ones to look at from my point of view. Unless of course you want to grab a cheap 1950X quick and don't need the better single threaded performance.
 

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Hmm...wonder what pricing is like at Micro Center?
 

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That's all well and good, but none of these prices are actually anywhere in the wild.
Indeed I'm seeing $310, $450 and $720.
 

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I recently payed 360 for my 1920X new from European retailer bleepbox thru eBay.

I thought it was to good of a deal to pass up.

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Just saw my invoice, I payed 377.
 

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"While the Gen2 Threadripper series is pretty sweet, and yes that is an understatement, it, however, could be very interesting to look into a Gen1 processor at the moment. 299 USD for the 8c/16t 1900X anyone?"


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Holy Mackerel!!! :thumbsups :cheers:
Ryzen Threadripper 1920X 12/24 32 MB 180W 3.5 GHz 4.0 GHz Yes $799 $399


Yes, please!!! $399!!!
I paid 324 euro for 1900x a week ago.
 
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