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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    Now we see why Intel's monopoly of the last years has been so bad for consumers...

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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by skotsbox View Post
    I am excited about Ryzen except for the fact of, no support for Windows 7. I'm one of those people who are not ready to use Windows 10 full-time. I have a dual booting right now and I'm slowly getting used to it. But I'm not really happy with.
    If the legally promised full support till 2020 they should provide that especially to full retail purchasers. OEM users are on their own
    Microsoft will still support it, but that doesn't mean that hardware designers have to support it

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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    cant wait maybe this will lower intels cpus and MB !

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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    Yep I'm waiting for Ryzen to reduce Intel chips for me. Had AMD in the past and they just don't quite deliver as well as Intel.

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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by PES2018 View Post
    Yep I'm waiting for Ryzen to reduce Intel chips for me. Had AMD in the past and they just don't quite deliver as well as Intel.
    So basically you are emotionally tied to Intel as a brand instead of looking at chips on their own merits??

    What is funny is AMD CPUs have been used in supercomputers by large aerospace firms and in academia in the UK and yet people still expect AMD to drop Intel prices for them??

    So I expect you were one of the people who bought P4 CPUs on the desktop when AMD had the Athlon XP and Athlon 64 out??

    Its sad when I started as an enthusiast,people bought what was best value for money,and had no problems buying AMD CPUs like the Athlon XP and Athlon 64.

    So AMD probably has something decent and you continue to buy Intel - no wonder gamers are paying through the nose for things. If AMD has something decent and they can't make money,then they might as well not bother making CPUs for us at all.

    No wonder Intel hardly drops prices when they have a captive market who will only buy their products.

    Reap what you sow.

    Edit!!

    If you use your logic its like saying somebody would never buy an Intel CPU since they had a Pentium 4 in the past.
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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    I'm thinking that Ryzen looks extremely attractive !
    Society's to blame,
    Or possibly Atari.

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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by Phage View Post
    I'm thinking that Ryzen looks extremely attractive !
    It is but sadly PC gamers and enthusiasts are getting more and more tribal like with console gamers. This is the problem - AMD needs to sell enough CPUs,and if Ryzen does not do well they are screwed. The problem is many are just using all that R and D money AMD used for Ryzen to fund their purchase of Intel CPUs,not trying to look at the products themselves on their own merits.

    Many seem to make lame excuses forgetting Intel has had rubbish CPUs like the P4,Itanium and Atom too.

    It was the same tribal mentality where you had people who would never consider a Phenom II X4 over a more expensive Core2 quad,just due to the name.

    Intel is the same company which recently released the £175 Core i3 7350K yet go back 5 or 6 years ago and we had the sub £100 Core i3 530 which was could be overclocked.

    Its like stealing from the poor to fund the rich.

    I really hope that AMD does better in OEM and commerical sales - the gamers and enthusiasts of today are not the same as 15 to 20 years ago.

    Its less bang for buck,more like brand for buck with DIY builders nowadays.
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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    ryzen finally puts amd back on the map i'm actually considering buying myself one, might wait to see the price of the MB first tho

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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    can't wait might buy one i'm going to wait for the benchmarks to come out but its looking good so far

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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    Ebuyer has their preorder page up: http://www.ebuyer.com/search?qfc=778677|778679|778680

    Priced at £320, £390, £490 so pretty much exactly in line the the US$ prices + VAT. 8C/16T chips for £320 ... what a time to be alive

    Oh, and also an AMD processor that they think they can sell for almost £500 ... it's been a *long* time since you could say that

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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    Its looking like the 1700 is the one for me, just waiting on reviews and overclock results.

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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by scaryjim View Post
    Ebuyer has their preorder page up: http://www.ebuyer.com/search?qfc=778677|778679|778680

    Priced at £320, £390, £490 so pretty much exactly in line the the US$ prices + VAT. 8C/16T chips for £320 ... what a time to be alive

    Oh, and also an AMD processor that they think they can sell for almost £500 ... it's been a *long* time since you could say that
    Amazon have the same pricing with a pre-order guarantee that if the price goes down you will only pay the lower price.

    I am going to keep an eye on Ryzen, as I used a lot of 3D apps and currently have an i7-4790k it could well be my next processor.

    However will wait for real world benchmarks etc and see what the state of play is then
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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    Just spec'd an upgrade on scan. £1200 i was hoping the chips and boards would have been slightly cheaper. Damn the exchange rate. Still, 8/16 with good single core for that price. Kudos amd. Lets see what the benchies reveal in the coming weeks though before i kill my wallet. Ill need max oc figures.

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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    Scan have prices for quite a lot of AM4 motherboards:

    https://www.scan.co.uk/shop/computer...2496/2497/2436

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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    Well Ryzen made it...took forever
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    Re: AMD officially announces Ryzen 7 CPUs

    Official video of the 24 minute launch event:


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