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Originally Posted by CombatusBoard stock levels are poor across the...board :)
Originally Posted by JourneyerQuote:Originally Posted by CombatusBoard stock levels are poor across the...board :)
Lovely (Insert mandatory "I see what you did there" comment).
I just went onto Komplett's web-pages to check the status on my order; they have updated the delivery time to: 10th of March - unconfirmed.
*The biting of nails intensifies*
Originally Posted by CombatusBoard stock levels are poor across the...board :) Even system builders are having a tough time at the moment.
Originally Posted by tristanperryAnd as a side note, as you point out in the intro, an 8c16t 65W TDP CPU seems a pretty good achievement IMO.
Originally Posted by AnfieldPoor indeed, scan, overclockers, ebuyer, ccl and aria have a combined grand total of zero x370 boards in stock.
Even in America it isn't much better, newegg who is the unchallenged global leader in being able to get stock only has one single X370 model in stock and three B350 ones.
Originally Posted by sandysMakes you wondered if some issues were found with early BIOS and manufacturers have held them back.
Originally Posted by AnfieldQuote:Originally Posted by sandysMakes you wondered if some issues were found with early BIOS and manufacturers have held them back.
Between reports of some Asus boards bricking themselves due to a bios issue, MSI and ASRock having to release updates to even get CPU multiplier selection to work and the issues with Ram speeds that caused tons of reviews to only use 2133 plus reports of massive stability issues with all four Ram slots filled it wouldn't surprise me if manufacturers are only drip feeding the market on purpose to avoid destroying their reputation while working on the bios quality behind the doors.
Originally Posted by Broadwater06Please about that. At last there's a worthy boot up the Intel's arse, some real competition.
Originally Posted by AnfieldIf it wasn't for stock and early adopter issues it wouldn't even be a competition, but a bloodbath at the expense of Intel.
1800x with a 4.2Ghz guaranteed OC + High end Asus X370 board + 16GB DDR4 + AIO cooler?
The "competing" Intel i7 6900k?
Originally Posted by HustlerI just can't overlook the fact that these first gen Ryzen's are such poor overclockers compared to Skylake i5 & i7's.
...I might consider moving to Ryzen if they ever get them to at least 4.5Ghz on air...but not until.
Originally Posted by faugusztinWhy are you comparing an 8/16 CPU with 4/4, 4/8 CPU's ? Meanwhile everyone is ok with 4.3GHz on 8-core Broadwell-E. Double standards.
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