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    AMD announces 65W Ryzen 7/9 chips and teases 3rd Gen EPYC

    Ryzen 9 5900 and Ryzen 7 5800 coming to OEM. Threadripper PRO coming to consumers.
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    Re: AMD announces 65W Ryzen 7/9 chips and teases 3rd Gen EPYC

    65W 8C/16T with minimal clock speed deficit is kinda crazy.
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    for all intents it seems to be the same card minus some gays name on it and a shielded cover ? with OEM added to it - GoNz0.

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    Re: AMD announces 65W Ryzen 7/9 chips and teases 3rd Gen EPYC

    Quote Originally Posted by Terbinator View Post
    65W 8C/16T with minimal clock speed deficit is kinda crazy.
    Mildly annoying that I picked up a 5600X to stay around 65W. I guess I have a future upgrade path.

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    Re: AMD announces 65W Ryzen 7/9 chips and teases 3rd Gen EPYC

    Quote Originally Posted by Terbinator View Post
    65W 8C/16T with minimal clock speed deficit is kinda crazy.
    You could get the 65W TDP Ryzen 9 3900 non-X which also ran at nearly the same clockspeeds as the Ryzen 9 3900X. The best thing is AWD-IT was selling them with a B450/X470 motherboard for almost the same price as a Ryzen 9 3900X on its own.


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    Re: AMD announces 65W Ryzen 7/9 chips and teases 3rd Gen EPYC

    Quote Originally Posted by naturbo2000 View Post
    Mildly annoying that I picked up a 5600X to stay around 65W. I guess I have a future upgrade path.
    You could just set a total package power limit in BIOS and end up the same place, if you're fixated on a specific number...?

    I doubt there's anything in terms of binning here.

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    Re: AMD announces 65W Ryzen 7/9 chips and teases 3rd Gen EPYC

    Sheeee. My 12/24 core idle at 180 watt total system power ( first gen Threadripper )

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    Re: AMD announces 65W Ryzen 7/9 chips and teases 3rd Gen EPYC

    OEM only is just sucky.

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    Re: AMD announces 65W Ryzen 7/9 chips and teases 3rd Gen EPYC

    Quote Originally Posted by naturbo2000 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Terbinator View Post
    65W 8C/16T with minimal clock speed deficit is kinda crazy.
    Mildly annoying that I picked up a 5600X to stay around 65W. I guess I have a future upgrade path.
    Problem is that they are OEM only it seems, so no way to buy them. Sadly!

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    Re: AMD announces 65W Ryzen 7/9 chips and teases 3rd Gen EPYC

    Quote Originally Posted by GinoLatino View Post
    Problem is that they are OEM only it seems, so no way to buy them. Sadly!
    Depends. Historically many OEM cpus have often been available to buy from the usual online retailers, just without retail packaging and coolers. There are exceptions where products are only available to a small set of big pc manufacturers (e.g. Dell, Lenovo), but they tend not to have big announcements. No idea about warranty, but pretty sure the retailer would still be bound to at least 12 months.

    TL;DR Whilst they might show up on eBay first, expect them to be available at your favourite retailer by Easter.

    (Just checked Scan: retail and OEM versions of 3900X available for example)
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    Re: AMD announces 65W Ryzen 7/9 chips and teases 3rd Gen EPYC

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    Re: AMD announces 65W Ryzen 7/9 chips and teases 3rd Gen EPYC

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    You could get the 65W TDP Ryzen 9 3900 non-X which also ran at nearly the same clockspeeds as the Ryzen 9 3900X. The best thing is AWD-IT was selling them with a B450/X470 motherboard for almost the same price as a Ryzen 9 3900X on its own.
    I didn't even realise these had already existed. OEM lock in is a bit pants as if I was buying one of these I think I'd like to choose my own board at least.
    Kalniel: "Nice review Tarinder - would it be possible to get a picture of the case when the components are installed (with the side off obviously)?"
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    TKPeters: "Off to AVForum better Deal - £20+Vat for Free Shipping @ Scan"
    for all intents it seems to be the same card minus some gays name on it and a shielded cover ? with OEM added to it - GoNz0.

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    Re: AMD announces 65W Ryzen 7/9 chips and teases 3rd Gen EPYC

    That’s lovely AMD. But I’m still waiting on availability of your bog standard 5900X 2 months after it released.

    It’s all very diversifying your offering, but you might want to actually get some bloody product in the supply line before you go making fanfare about the next thing.

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    Re: AMD announces 65W Ryzen 7/9 chips and teases 3rd Gen EPYC

    Quote Originally Posted by naturbo2000 View Post
    Depends. Historically many OEM cpus have often been available to buy from the usual online retailers, just without retail packaging and coolers. There are exceptions where products are only available to a small set of big pc manufacturers (e.g. Dell, Lenovo), but they tend not to have big announcements. No idea about warranty, but pretty sure the retailer would still be bound to at least 12 months.

    TL;DR Whilst they might show up on eBay first, expect them to be available at your favourite retailer by Easter.

    (Just checked Scan: retail and OEM versions of 3900X available for example)
    There is a difference between a retail 3900X in a box with a fan and a tray 3900X which doesn't come with a fan. Scan will sell you a 3600 without a fan at a slight discount as well, but those are parts that are also available retail.

    In the past OEM only parts usually leak into the enthusiast retail scene pretty fast, but lately that doesn't seem to happen. For example if i want a 4750G, I basically have to go onto the ebuyer website and buy a machine that includes it, which is only OK if you have use for 16GB of slow DDR4 ram and a 250W psu.

    Bundled mobo/cpu/ram combos will hopefully pick these parts up again, but that limits the vendors you can use quite a lot.

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