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AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D $469. 99

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[Canada Computers] AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D $469. 99

I know not everyone likes CC. But still a good deal for a beast of a cpu.

Best Buy has it for $499.99. Not sure if they will price match

Amazon shows back in stock for $499.99

Use coupon: CPHD00000620 for $20 off $499.99
Was: $569.00
Sale: $479.00


Nov 5th Edit: back in stock for store pick up at some locations. price is 469.99
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how low in price will it go , as we are nearing black friday

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Edit: Derp - thanks for pointing out I was missing the coupon!
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jfryton wrote: I'm seeing $499 through your link, which is also what they had in-store earlier today.

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The coupon gives it another $20 off
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If it’s for gaming, and this will not be a popular suggestion, but I’d consider the 11900k as an alternative at this price. The i9 is $419 and you get mw2 and a few free other games at Canada computers.

If you just watched YouTube reviews, you’ll know the 11900k was not a popular chip, but that’s mainly because it was an 8 core whereas I9’s are supposed to be 10 plus cores. But as a gaming pc, you’ll get between 5-10 more fps with the Ryzen chip over the intel chip but for $70 less and cod mw2 (if you’re into that sorta thing) it’s actually a pretty good deal for a beastly i7+ errr I mean i9
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sushibucket wrote: That chart is so bad it hurts
Chart is so good that Intel was scared to give the 3D it's own bars so their own CPU looks less impressive Face With Tears Of Joy
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That cpu is awesome for people who already have a AM4 motherboard and some memory.
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You'll lose all savings to heat and power draw.

DealinDirty wrote: If it’s for gaming, and this will not be a popular suggestion, but I’d consider the 11900k as an alternative at this price. The i9 is $419 and you get mw2 and a few free other games at Canada computers.

If you just watched YouTube reviews, you’ll know the 11900k was not a popular chip, but that’s mainly because it was an 8 core whereas I9’s are supposed to be 10 plus cores. But as a gaming pc, you’ll get between 5-10 more fps with the Ryzen chip over the intel chip but for $70 less and cod mw2 (if you’re into that sorta thing) it’s actually a pretty good deal for a beastly i7+ errr I mean i9
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Best amd gaming CPU now. Beat new 7000 series
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DealinDirty wrote: If it’s for gaming, and this will not be a popular suggestion, but I’d consider the 11900k as an alternative at this price. The i9 is $419 and you get mw2 and a few free other games at Canada computers.

If you just watched YouTube reviews, you’ll know the 11900k was not a popular chip, but that’s mainly because it was an 8 core whereas I9’s are supposed to be 10 plus cores. But as a gaming pc, you’ll get between 5-10 more fps with the Ryzen chip over the intel chip but for $70 less and cod mw2 (if you’re into that sorta thing) it’s actually a pretty good deal for a beastly i7+ errr I mean i9
The 11900k is still a viable option for gaming, but for $420, there's so many competing Alder Lake parts like the 12600 ($320) and 12600K ($380) that make it not competitive. A basic B660 motherboard is only around $130-$150 these days so there's not even much of a cost savings to be had there. The 11900k with power limits removed (which is how most benchmarks do it) also requires a significant cooler investment, which effects the value proposition somewhat. Even a $190 5600 gets within a few percent of an 11900k in gaming.

Don't get me wrong, I'm on a 10850K and these older chips can still offer great value, but they need to be a good deal cheaper than $400.
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sushibucket wrote: That chart is so bad it hurts
Here the fixed chart. Can believe how low Intel went low on that one.
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hope this goes on furhter discount
running ryzen 5 3600 and rtx 3080 i dont play on getting new amd platform
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How does CC price guarantee policy work? Will they refund the difference if it drops below the amount I paid for it? And how long do they guarantee the price for?
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Jimbo67 wrote: Chart is so good that Intel was scared to give the 3D it's own bars so their own CPU looks less impressive Face With Tears Of Joy
I don't get it is that the real chart or did someone like photoshop the 5800X3D in there?
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FlukeSkywalker wrote: How does CC price guarantee policy work? Will they refund the difference if it drops below the amount I paid for it? And how long do they guarantee the price for?
I believe it's 15 days. I had it done before.
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FlukeSkywalker wrote: How does CC price guarantee policy work? Will they refund the difference if it drops below the amount I paid for it? And how long do they guarantee the price for?
The answers can be found on their Pricing page
https://www.canadacomputers.com/policie ... es-pricing
Canada Computers & Electronics guarantees that if we lower our price within 15 days of your purchase, we will gladly refund the value of the difference. Simply use our Customer Service Form within the price protection period of your original purchase date (invoice number must be provided), or visit one of our stores and we will issue you a credit or refund in the amount of the price difference. The Price Protection policy only applies to regularly advertised products. Some conditions apply*.

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ES_Revenge wrote: I don't get it is that the real chart or did someone like photoshop the 5800X3D in there?
The first one posted is the real chart. I think Intel did it so AMDs bars didn't look so big. The more recent one is photoshopped in there.
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ES_Revenge wrote: I don't get it is that the real chart or did someone like photoshop the 5800X3D in there?
Real chart released by Intel

LTT pointed this out in their video and showed this chart with added fourth bar for the 5800X3D

Play Fair, Intel


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