- Sep 2, 2004
It's basically OOS most places now, I guess we'll see if they restock...
You can also sell you ryzen 3600 to offset the cost of buying 5800x3d.I still plan on having this system for a couple of years. I have 6800 gpu. Don’t plan on upgrading anything else for a couple of years. So maybe $329 isn’t that bad.
Plus a motherboard, and maybe ram ram on an old card like that may be a bit on the slow side so you'll be upgrading a bit.I still plan on having this system for a couple of years. I have 6800 gpu. Don’t plan on upgrading anything else for a couple of years. So maybe $329 isn’t that bad.
oh dur, my bad, I see I even quoted a part that said 6800 gpu, my mind instantly went Intel CPU for some reason. That said, nah it's not old, it's a solid cardSorry I meant AMD RX6800. Got it only a year ago. Is it considered old already? Waiting on amd’s offering with 7xxx series
I'm banking on the 3D holding more value than current AM5 mobos and DDR5, which should tank heavily. Should tide me over for quite a while.There's a halo around these 3Ds. And with the AM4 platform likely to go down as one of the most-established motherboard generations ever, I get the vibe that the 3Ds are going to hold value really well.
That'd be good. I just pulled the trigger on the 5800x3d from AMD. Couldn't resist, and the 3900x still resells for around 200, so I'm pretty stoked.It absolutely is not. There are no new CPUs of any kind coming for AM4, let alone another 3D-cache.
I agree. I don’t think the current non-3d cache 7 series will hold value well. Everyone is waiting for the 3d cache versions, and for gaming the 5800x3d is as good if not better anyways.I'm banking on the 3D holding more value than current AM5 mobos and DDR5, which should tank heavily. Should tide me over for quite a while.
Well AMD definitely has a different mindset than Nvidia or Intel on these matters... new generation coming, lets crash the price to get rid of old stock instead of "well they paid for it during the pandemic why not now?"Boy, AMD really is trying to offload this stuff. I wonder how much longer these will be in production, or if once these are sold off at this price if it's done.
if you’re doing more than just gaming I’d grab the 5900xi missed it again. dang it
But whats everyones thoughts on this article:
If doing more than gaming a 5800X might be a better buy?