I'm in the same boat, dude. I'm in a limbo zone with my 7820X @ 4.7Ghz. I'm was thinking of upgrading to Ryzen 3 later this year, but I believe it'll be the last CPU on AM4, so there won't be an upgrade path.
Maybe I'll just hold on and see what 2021 brings. :oldman:
Speaking of the 7820X, that's what I'm currently using at 4.7Ghz and I'm not sure what to upgrade to next. I was thinking either a 3950X next year when prices have come down, or just waiting for the Ryzen 4xxx series.
The 7820X is no slouch, but I feel like tinkering with something new. :cool:
I'm selling my Jonsbo W2 Black Aluminium Case since I've switched my main rig over to the Lancool II.
This case is a dual-compartment setup. One side fits a full size ATX mobo and 280mm front radiator. The other side fits your PSU, optical drive, and cables. There are two dust filters for...
Here's a quick video of the stock fan noise. I run a pretty silent rig, so these fans are easily louder than anything in my current system.
They do move a decent amount of air, but I'd highly recommend swapping these out with some quieter fans, and just keeping them as emergency backups.
My pre-ordered Lian Li Lancoll II arrived today! :cool: I thought I'd show some quick pictures for anyone who's interested. I was surprised by how heavy the case is. It feels extremely well-made and very high quality. I'll be moving over my current I7-7820X build from a Jonsbo W2 case into...
I just bought a 2700X for a secondary rig and got a game code for either Borderlands 3 or Outer Worlds. This is via www.amdrewards.com.
I don't know if it's tied to my specific CPU, or if anyone can activate it as long as they already have a 2700X or 3xxx series CPU installed.
I picked up a 2700X for $129.99, plus an MSI Gaming X470 board for $79.99 during Black Friday. The mobo also has a $20.00 in MIR, making it only $59.99 A/R.
It was too good of a deal to pass up. :cool:
The 850W Capstone is now out of stock. But there is a new deal on a Rosewill PHOTON 1050W Gold PSU for $69.99 out the door price. Use promo code: EMCUUVC23.
Just beware of all the negative reviews before rolling the dice on this one. :unsure:
EVGA has a couple good deals on power supplies going on, for both budget and mid-range systems. :smug:
1. EVGA 600W 80+ Basic = $39.99 @ Best Buy.com
2. EVGA 700W 80+ Gold = $64.99 - $20.00 MIR = $44.99 A/R @ Newegg.com