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Got a customer who brough me their gaming PC for diagnostic and it turns out the CPU is bad. It's a 3600, just figured I'd check if anyone here has one or a similar CPU they want to sell. I'm going to have to buy one either way. 

 

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NVM, customer decided he wants to go with a used 3700x... which I happen to have... so I guess I'm going to sell him mine and upgrade to the 5800x. Wasn't planning on upgrading my CPU but the customer wants to go this route anyway, so I just have to pay the difference which is about $100. Still not really sure it's worth it just to get a bit more IPC, but it's a done deal now. 

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25 minutes ago, UltraMega said:

NVM, customer decided he wants to go with a used 3700x... which I happen to have... so I guess I'm going to sell him mine and upgrade to the 5800x. Wasn't planning on upgrading my CPU but the customer wants to go this route anyway, so I just have to pay the difference which is about $100. Still not really sure it's worth it just to get a bit more IPC, but it's a done deal now. 

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Nah joke it overpriced for what it is.

 

Maybe a 5900x. Kinda feel like 8 core is not enough these days.

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4 minutes ago, bonami2 said:

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Nah joke it overpriced for what it is.

 

Maybe a 5900x. Kinda feel like 8 core is not enough these days.

The X3D is pretty crazy expensive. $500 for the 5800X3D vs $300 for the 5800X. Only a $100 upgrade to go to the 5800X, would be $300 for the X3D. Definitely not worth it, especially not at 4K. Woulda been cool bragging rights though. Considering no games really need more than a 3700x in 4K, I feel like the 5800X is bragging rights already. 😅

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14 minutes ago, UltraMega said:

The X3D is pretty crazy expensive. $500 for the 5800X3D vs $300 for the 5800X. Only a $100 upgrade to go to the 5800X, would be $300 for the X3D. Definitely not worth it, especially not at 4K. Woulda been cool bragging rights though. Considering no games really need more than a 3700x in 4K, I feel like the 5800X is bragging rights already. 😅

That true even a 5600x or a i3 perform very well at 4k. We always go crazy with cpu 😆

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Moved to OT. Remember chaps we have a classifieds section for this sort of stuff 🙂

 

https://forums.extremehw.net/classifieds/ 

 

Looks like @Avacado has a few things for sale too.

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42 minutes ago, ENTERPRISE said:

Moved to OT. Remember chaps we have a classifieds section for this sort of stuff 🙂

 

https://forums.extremehw.net/classifieds/ 

 

Looks like @Avacado has a few things for sale too.

people who don't meet the requirements to post in the for-sale section, have no way of navigating to it(to view at least), short of someone else's hyperlinks or having to type out https://forums.extremehw.net/classifieds/  

 

there's no spot on the main forum page to navigate to.

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1 hour ago, ENTERPRISE said:

Moved to OT. Remember chaps we have a classifieds section for this sort of stuff 🙂

 

https://forums.extremehw.net/classifieds/ 

 

Looks like @Avacado has a few things for sale too.

Looks like the section to post things were looking to buy and not sell is locked, or at least it is for me. 

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1 hour ago, Cerberus said:

people who don't meet the requirements to post in the for-sale section, have no way of navigating to it(to view at least), short of someone else's hyperlinks or having to type out https://forums.extremehw.net/classifieds/  

 

there's no spot on the main forum page to navigate to.

Just curious here. You don't have this on your bar at the top of the website? Hindsight being 20/20 Marketplace might be a better label than Classifieds. Kids these days probably don't even know what that is. 

 

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I didnt have it until I donated.

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1 hour ago, Avacado said:

Just curious here. You don't have this on your bar at the top of the website? Hindsight being 20/20 Marketplace might be a better label than Classifieds. Kids these days probably don't even know what that is. 

 

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Yea I have that. I was thinking that "wishlist" was the section for that but I see now that it's all there in the classified section. 

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9 hours ago, bonami2 said:

5800x3d 5800x3d 5800x3d

Nah joke it overpriced for what it is.

 

Maybe a 5900x. Kinda feel like 8 core is not enough these days.

If it's just for gaming, 8-core is plenty. I only opted for the 5900X due to deal and to spread out the heat. Also looked like maybe it had higher boosts?

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So just to make a short story long, this customer brought me his PC about 2 months ago. He was having crashes and when he brought me the PC, the ram wasn't configured correctly, the OS was installed on an old mechanical HDD even though he had an SSD, and one or two other issues you would expect to see from a novice PC builder. I sorted all that out and ran furmark for a while since he had said it crashed during games and it didn't crash or have any issues with furmark, so I let him know and he came to pick it up. About 3 weeks later he contacted me and told me it crashed again, so I told him to bring it back. This customer actually lives about an hour away and I'm not really sure why he decided to have me do the service since he could definitely have found someone more local, so he wanted to try some stuff on his own before driving out again. I told him if he brought it back I might end up doing an RMA on the motherboard, so he went ahead and replaced the motherboard himself, as in bought a new one and did not do an RMA, and replaced the PSU.

The new board didn't post at all. He tried a different CPU he pulled out of his friends PC and it didn't work either. The customer at this point has a B550 board and a Ryzen 3600, and his friends CPU that he tried was a 1700X, which of course he did not tell me so I didn't know what CPU he had tested with. (1700X is not supported by B550 even though it's the same socket)

 

Turned out he had also neglected to hook up an extra 4pin power connector on the mobo, and his PSU was modular so he had to get me the cable. Hooked up the cable, still no post. At this point I decided to ignore the list of thing he told me he had already tried and just started testing everything from scratch. Eventually I swapped his 3600 with the 3600 I have in my second PC and my CPU worked in his PC while his CPU did not work in mine, so finally we knew the CPU was the issue. At the point he brough the PC back it had been a while and he had replaced enough of his parts (against my recommendation) that it was basically a different PC so I would have to charge him again. When we started talking about replacement CPU prices, I suggested he go for a 16 thread CPU instead of the 3600 so it would last throughout the PS5 era. He was interested, and I quoted him some prices on used parts. He then asked me if I could bring the price down so I offered to give him a discount if he gave me the old motherboard he replaced that still works (B450) and the dead 3600 CPU. He gladly agreed and was excited at the offer. I gave him $70 off total for both, and I have already gotten and RMA approval for the 3600 so I will be able to resell both the mobo and CPU for full used resell value, he gets to pay less, and he's taking my 3700X while I swap that out to a 5800X for myself. 

 

I feel kinda bad that he had to bring it back, but if he had been local that would have been a non-issue. Not only that but a bad CPU is usually the most annoying thing to diagnose, and rare to cause issues, so typically I'd try everything else first. 

 

Just thought that was kind-of an interesting rant. If anyone wants a used 3600 or B450 mobo, let me know!

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9 hours ago, Avacado said:

Just curious here. You don't have this on your bar at the top of the website? Hindsight being 20/20 Marketplace might be a better label than Classifieds. Kids these days probably don't even know what that is. 

 

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nope

 

 

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43 minutes ago, Cerberus said:

 

 

 

nope

 

 

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Ahhhh! Right, I forgot that the marketplace was a premium feature. Can be acquired with bronze. 

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25 minutes ago, Avacado said:

Ahhhh! Right, I forgot that the marketplace was a premium feature. Can be acquired with bronze. 

premium feature to even browse, lol.

 

i guess ill stick to manually typing it in every once in a while to see if anything good is there. your KVM is nice.

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