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    Ryzen seems to be selling exceptionally well



    Current as of April 28th, 2017
    Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 take top 6 spots on Amazon.com for new releases:
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/new-releas..._t1_B06W9JXK4G

    New releases:
    1. Ryzen 7 1700
    2. Ryzen 5 1500X
    3. Ryzen 7 1800X
    4. Ryzen 5 1600
    5. Ryzen 5 1600X
    6. Ryzen 7 1700X
    7. Core i7 7700K w/ Hyper 212 EVO bundle
    8. Ryzen 5 1400
    9. Core i5 7600K w/ Hyper 212 EVO bundle
    10. Core i7 7700K w/ H100i bundle

    Best Sellers (I assume this is weighted over time):
    1. Core i7 7700K
    2. Core i5 7600K
    3. Core i7 6700K
    4. FX-8350
    5. Core i5 7500
    6. Ryzen 7 1700
    7. Core i5 6500
    8. Core i5 6600K
    9. Core i3 6100
    10. FX-6300

    Most Wished For:
    1. Core i7 7700K
    2. Core i7 6700K
    3. Core i5 7600K
    4. Core i5 6500
    5. Ryzen 7 1700
    6. FX-8350
    7. Core i5 6600K
    8. Core i5 7500
    9. Ryzen 5 1600X
    10. Ryzen 5 1600
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    Funny how the FX-8350 still shows up on people's wish lists. Those things don't always get updated in a timely fashion, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drmrlordx View Post
    Funny how the FX-8350 still shows up on people's wish lists. Those things don't always get updated in a timely fashion, though.
    8 core(?) FX`s are dirt cheap nowadays, to be honest they do make a lot of sense for folks that dont care about power draw and dont need 144hz gameplay.
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    I dunno, Amazon has it for ~$120 which is not that cheap for what it is.

    An R5 1400 is $170. I would take that over the 8350 in a heartbeat.

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    For a new platform it is looking good, lots of issues that needed attention got it.

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    Word.

    Ryzen is a great solution for most of what people need a PC to do at a reasonable price. It will be awhile before we get another deal this good.

    Right now you can put an R7-1700 on an ASRock B350 board, maybe bump it to 3.7.-3.8 GHz, and go to town. Add in some DDR4-3600 for guaranteed B-die (a bit spendy but you saved on the board) and it's a great setup. Maybe sometime next month AMD will help the OEMs get the various non-B-die kits up to 3200 MHz, saving people even more money.

    I overspent for mine, but I don't really care. Regardless I won't get much more out of my system than someone who used the above setup.

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    old FX maybe is popular, because good price (cheap) and possible to get "magic 5GHz"
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