Microcenter has 5900x

lzqtiancai

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Cleveland Mayfield Heights have pretty much every single 5000 series 25+ since yesterday morning. And all still there Today
 

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Parkville showing a bunch all CPUs also. 18 or each 5950x and 5900x still available at noon. Two days after my return window ended for my 5950x too damn it. I would of took it back and got a 5900x.

Edit: NVM it is 15 days on CPUs.
 

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Parkville showing a bunch all CPUs also. 18 or each 5950x and 5900x still available at noon. Two days after my return window ended for my 5950x too damn it. I would of took it back and got a 5900x.

Edit: NVM it is 15 days on CPUs.

I just got a 10850K from the Rockville store, seems there is plenty of stock of those. Looks like they compare to 5900x pretty well. $350.
 

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I think Dallas had over 30 5950x and 5900x when I was there a couple of hours ago. Store was empty. Couldn't believe my eyes.
 
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Damn, if anyone can scoop me a 5900x I'll take one! haha. NY doesn't seem to have anything but the 5800x.
 

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Marietta store was picked clean of 5900x, but I got a 5950x... I think I saw 5800x there as well.
 

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Damn, if anyone can scoop me a 5900x I'll take one! haha. NY doesn't seem to have anything but the 5800x.
You must not have been looking. Yesterday both the brooklyn and Westbury had 5900x and 5950x for most of the day. If I wanted one I could have gotten one.
 

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Still all the 5xxx CPUs available at the Cincinnati, OH Micro Center. I was able to get a 5900X yesterday. I have a 3700X so maybe not a huge increase in performance but I'm pretty excited about it anyway.
 

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You must not have been looking. Yesterday both the brooklyn and Westbury had 5900x and 5950x for most of the day. If I wanted one I could have gotten one.

I mostly check the yonkers and patterson NJ one. Damn wish I knew.
 
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Current situation at Marietta, GA Microcenter. I went by there earlier and got a 5800x.

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As much as I wanted a 5900x, make sure you are actually going to be able to use it. A bit overkill for my needs, 5800x was fine and the heat output is definitely more despite TDP ratings being the same. Actually, for gaming techspot showed that even a 5600x is more than what you need, since it more than matches 8 core Zen 2 parts that the new consoles use....
 

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they wont ship them you have physically pick them up were im from and im a plane ride away >< FML.
 

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Shadowarez. Yes, they use the low prices for CPUs and Motherboard bundles to get you in the store so you'll shop around and buy more. I understand the idea, even if it's inconvenient, especially if you don't have one nearby. I'm 1.5 hrs away, but it's worth the drive for me for an upgrade every couple years. When I got there after 11am, there was a line out front specifically for built-your-own parts, so people wouldn't be running over each other for CPUs and Graphics Cards. Only took a few minutes to get in the door, then they had dedicated associates grabbing your parts for you and taking them up front to the register. Check out line was short and quick due to the good organization of it. Overall I'm happy with the way they're handling the demand. On a side note, I got tired of the games with Graphics Cards and just bought a RX 6800 from a local computer shop last week. Paid too much, but got a nice Sapphire card that'll last me a long while.
 

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wish microcenter had more locations.
It be nice but the fact it is so small his why it rocks. If too many investor and shit start getting involved they work turn into best buy and turn to shit.
 
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Where's all the robots promised by the 1950's go all the way down to Microcenter for me and stand in line each day until I get what I need? Science, you have failed us all. :p
 

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Did AMD raise the MSRP on the chips? These are the prices quoted by AMD during the Keynote, so you're not saving anything.
Wut? They are the same price from the Keynote. CPUs have avoided the tariffs cause they are not made in china.
 

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It be nice but the fact it is so small his why it rocks. If too many investor and shit start getting involved they work turn into best buy and turn to shit.

I just looked and there is ine in fairfax va but that is still a shit drive but only 75min or so.
 

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Shadowarez. Yes, they use the low prices for CPUs and Motherboard bundles to get you in the store so you'll shop around and buy more. I understand the idea, even if it's inconvenient, especially if you don't have one nearby. I'm 1.5 hrs away, but it's worth the drive for me for an upgrade every couple years. When I got there after 11am, there was a line out front specifically for built-your-own parts, so people wouldn't be running over each other for CPUs and Graphics Cards. Only took a few minutes to get in the door, then they had dedicated associates grabbing your parts for you and taking them up front to the register. Check out line was short and quick due to the good organization of it. Overall I'm happy with the way they're handling the demand. On a side note, I got tired of the games with Graphics Cards and just bought a RX 6800 from a local computer shop last week. Paid too much, but got a nice Sapphire card that'll last me a long while.
Im still holding my breath waiting on my pre-orders to be in sock instead of pushed back again.
 

dub77nj

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Well the prices just jumped for amd on their website this morning. Doesn't look so good any more.
 
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