I was at mine this morning and didn't see it, but then I wasn't looking for it either. As much as I like the In Win Chopin with the 2400G setup, I think I would be happier with it in the Li Lian and a dedicated gpu. I like portable and something that can game.
Gas, taxes, shipping.
Out the door in KC the 10900KF is $363.32. Then that person has to find a place to ship it to where ever. At least the processor isn't in a stupid shaped box, but figure box and packing that the USP Store or Fedex will dick you with.
If it's still a deal to ya, I'm sure...
That's almost all a TR needs, proper cooling should be added. They are 180 watt processors.
As for the OP, wtf is buggy? What are we comparing the TR to? What's it doing that it doesn't seem right? What mobo we dealing with here?
Yup, the largest city in Kansas is Wichita, and I'd agree that Overland Park is a suburb to KC.
Johnson county is a fairly wealthy area. I can see why Microcenter would set up shop where the money is. That MC is always busy.
To add to more, not all B450's suffer this.
My Asus B450-F is running the newest BIOS that supports 5000 series CPUs and still has a 2700x.
Only issue was the loss of D.O.C.P profiles. I had to manually tweak to get the ram at 3200.
On the manufactures website
Also, according to the website, what cpu's are compatible
3900XT and the 3950X is listed, dunno if practical or what the vrms are like.
Oh, they can make a decent game, it just depends on the 50+gig day one patch that fixes two items of the three page list of things to fix, or just one.
Skyrim was enjoyable and the modding support added to that.
Fallout NV had some issues right out the gate, but fun when it settled down
Hopefully this comes to light one day and isn't half done.
Also, I hope the mod community stays strong with this release.
I'm still waiting on Baldurs Gate 3 to be finished and will keep my money till it is.