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AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D $469. 99

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Jr. Member
Jan 15, 2010
128 posts
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Cobalt
Qndydsb wrote: I wont pay same thing twice... it can not even beat 5800x3d. I am not buying amd this gen..13700kf at 549 is so good, worth the upgrade, not 5800x3d at 479..For the performance difference, compare to 13700kf, I think 5800x3d and 5900x should no more than 400. But no matter what price is, I won't pay same thing twice.
I'm prob going to jump on the 13700k or kf as well. For me makes a little more sense as I will be coming from an 8700K.

Just gonna wait for the reviews and decide then whether I go DDR 5 or just stay at 4. Will depend on reviews and what the prices for 5 are at that point. I've been checking some websites and they seem to be dropping fast.

Silent PC's are the most important thing for me so I might have to buy a new heat sink or somthing too. Kinda set on the Torrent case from Fractal thou.
Deal Addict
Nov 27, 2011
4836 posts
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Calgary
Good price if you're gaming.

I went with the 5900X last week ($499) for the extra cores.
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Feb 3, 2012
545 posts
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T.O.
JamesJ25765 wrote: The 1% low improvements I got from 5800x->3d were significant and noticeable in some games (x4, sc2, borderlands 3, rdr2), but if you are already stretching your budget I wouldn't worry about it.

$245 for a 5700x is a great deal. Stuttering can be caused by so many variables that the CPU might not even address them. Sometimes it's your hard drive/SSD or RAM, others it's background software, and sometimes it's just poor engine optimization.
Thanks for the response. It's nice to see you have listed BL3 as one of the games since this is the only game I am playing right now.
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Member
Jan 22, 2015
479 posts
418 upvotes
York, ON
R5 7500x is $399 and probably be close to this one, but the mobo is expensive and RAM as well not mentioning you'll need a good cooler to make sure sure eggs won't get burnt. Platform cost wise, you can get a 5800x3d combo for $800 and it'll cost you $1000 with 7600x if not more. That $200 can be put into GPU and you'll game 20% faster Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
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Jan 13, 2003
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Michaelle wrote: That $200 can be put into GPU and you'll game 20% faster Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
This is a good reminder about building gaming computers.. Fancy parts are nice, but they can be deceptive. Spending $200 more on fancy RAM/CPU/SSD/PSU/MOBO feels great until you realize it only gave you 2fps, meanwhile you lost 15fps from not getting the better video card, or the cheap video card has a cooler that sounds like a leaf blower and you hate it. Gotta run the numbers and look at the big picture, the "opportunity cost"
Member
Aug 24, 2015
233 posts
94 upvotes
Toronto
Anyone want to sell me 5800x used or better pm please
Newbie
Dec 11, 2021
63 posts
51 upvotes
I have an i5 2500k. Saw the price for the new Ryzen system and it looks too expansive ($300-$500 MB?! Face Screaming In Fear, RAM, PSU, cooler, etc). Should I upgrade to a 5800X3D CPU instead? Not sure Zen 4 is a good value.
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Jul 13, 2013
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Richmond Hill
I have 3900X I think I dont have to upgrade my CPU until Ryzen 9th gen
Sr. Member
Mar 3, 2018
682 posts
533 upvotes
SoralARaison wrote: I have an i5 2500k. Saw the price for the new Ryzen system and it looks too expansive ($300-$500 MB?! Face Screaming In Fear, RAM, PSU, cooler, etc). Should I upgrade to a 5800X3D CPU instead? Not sure Zen 4 is a good value.
Right now Zen 4 isn’t a great value at least in the short term. The price leaks for B650 have the MSI boards start at $200 USD. DDR5 is still kind of expensive at least compared to DDR4, though prices are trending downward. The big advantage to an AM5 build is an upgrade path out of it, though by the time you upgrade prices may have lowered to the point where the upfront costs outweigh the future savings.

A 5800X3D is really close to Zen 4 in gaming performance as well. As long as you’re leaving enough of the budget for a decent GPU, you’re going to have a good system for years to come.
Jr. Member
Dec 23, 2012
149 posts
155 upvotes
L'Ile Perrot
Loomy wrote: This is a good reminder about building gaming computers.. Fancy parts are nice, but they can be deceptive. Spending $200 more on fancy RAM/CPU/SSD/PSU/MOBO feels great until you realize it only gave you 2fps, meanwhile you lost 15fps from not getting the better video card, or the cheap video card has a cooler that sounds like a leaf blower and you hate it. Gotta run the numbers and look at the big picture, the "opportunity cost"
True, only reason I bought 3600 16-16-16-36 ram instead of better than a 5700xt was for improved 0.1% and 1% lows since my 9600K at the time was known for some stuttering issues in games and my max fps was fine for me, plus my chip overclocks poorly.
I also did a 3x 92mm Noctua fan mod for the 5700xt later on.
Never noticed any hitching and even screen tear seemed to have mostly disappear, the latter could be unrelated though...

I would love a 5800x3d as it would improve 0.1%/1% lows even further but it would take a new build, would have 100% bought to delay PC upgrade for another couple of years though.
But if I can grab one for even lower than this I will bite the bullet and my gf gets new mobo+cpu.
I am saving up for the 7800x3d for next year and stoopid fast ram again for now Face With Tears Of Joy; will definitely have to delid or something like Der8auer did though, IMO it was a dumb move to make the new gen so thick just for cooler compatibility for some models at the cost of around 20 degrees C.
Newbie
Oct 13, 2019
89 posts
159 upvotes
5800X3D is amazing value if you already have an AM4 motherboard in hand AND you play online multiplayer games on a competitive basis.
The super large cache is particularly beneficial to online multiplayer games like Overwatch, World of Warcraft, CSGO etc.
Overwatch 2 just launched yesterday. With my 5800X3D and RTX3090 (memory kit running at 3800, FCLK 1900), I can get an almost steady 600fps.

However, if you are not an AM4 motherboard user, it is NOT worth it to buy the previous generation motherboards. I wouldn't recommend it.
Sr. Member
Mar 3, 2018
682 posts
533 upvotes
ocmaki wrote: 5800X3D is amazing value if you already have an AM4 motherboard in hand AND you play online multiplayer games on a competitive basis.
The super large cache is particularly beneficial to online multiplayer games like Overwatch, World of Warcraft, CSGO etc.
Overwatch 2 just launched yesterday. With my 5800X3D and RTX3090 (memory kit running at 3800, FCLK 1900), I can get an almost steady 600fps.

However, if you are not an AM4 motherboard user, it is NOT worth it to buy the previous generation motherboards. I wouldn't recommend it.
I think part of the value proposition comes down to:

A) The time horizon in which you need a new PC

B) A B650 board you would actually want actually launching at the AMD promised starting at price of $125 USD (The MSI B650 boards on BH Photo leak had them at $200 USD)

C) Your ability to re-use DDR4 RAM from an older system


I think there's still a compelling argument to go for a Zen 3 or Alder Lake build in 2022 depending on those factors.

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