I'm selling a Zotac Gaming RTX 3090 since I've recently upgraded to a 4090. Kept in good condition in a smoke free environment.
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Shipping to lower U.S. 48 states. Verified Paypal only please.
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If the $899.99 MSRP is true, then used 3090's are going to be cheaper with 2x the VRAM and 2x the memory bandwidth (for games that like memory bandwidth).
I don't know why anyone would buy a 4070 Ti unless the MSRP is closer to $599.99.
The 5800x3d has the edge in 1080p gaming. But if you're playing at higher resolutions the 5950X is the wiser choice, if you can find one for ~$350.00.
Of course, there's also the "fun factor" to consider. You've already had a 5950X. Maybe having something new and fun to play with would be...
Yeah, I'm looking forward to it. The problem is there still isn't the "perfect" 32 inch 4K, 144Hz HDR display out there with enough local dimming zones to suit my desires.
OLED still worries me for burn-in, since I do a lot of desktop usage on my PC, not just gaming. I don't mind spending...
At this point, it's better to just buy one generation behind, instead of giving in to scaplers.
You can get a 3090 or 3080Ti at decent price points, and still have a beastly card. Or wait a year for and pick up a 4090 at more reasonable prices.
Make sure it's not one that was originally manufactured between the end of 2020 to early 2022, as those are defective and have been recalled:
As others have said, if your purpose for upgrading is better productivity, then going to a 5700X really isn't worth the money/time.
Wait for used deals on the 5900X. People will be unloading them like crazy once the 7000 series drops.
No point spending $575.00+ on a 12900K when it is about to be made obsolete by the 13700K, which should offer equal performance for less money.
Or, if you're in the $575.00+ market, why not just wait for the 13900K?
Newegg has the Ryzen 9 5950X on sale for $499.00, which is pretty nice if you're looking for an in-socket upgrade. :cool:
However, if the leaked benchmarks of the 13600K are accurate, this might not be a stellar deal for folks looking to build a new system from scratch.
Newegg is basically giving away Gigabyte Z590 Aorus Master motherboards. They're currently on sale for $199.99 out the door. :eek:
This board supports 10GbE LAN, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, 18+1 90A VRM, 10 USB 3.2 ports, and a host of other features.
Sure, it "only" supports DDR4/PCIE-4, but it...