Any one using Ryzen ?

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  1. gockirubin

    gockirubin New Member

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    Hi,

    Joined this new community and its nice to see jt growing gradually.

    Im looking for my new gaming rig.

    Should I go for ryzen 7 or i7 ?
     
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  2. Eureka

    Eureka New Member

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    What is your Budget ?
     
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    If on a tight budget, I would go with Ryzen, very good performance/price ratio.
    But if you are able to spend more, i9 would be the best option, in my opinion.
     
  4. AdrianG001

    AdrianG001 Active Member Verified

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    NO..!! You should not buy AMD Ryzen unless.

    1. You hate Value for money
    2. You hate more cores for the price.
    3. You hate less expensive Motherboards
    4. You hate longer support for the processor socket.
    What I am trying to say here is, AMD Ryzen is equal to Every Intel offering in the market at a better price. If you are ready to accept the above points then buy Intel.


    Regards,
    Adrian
     
  5. alina

    alina New Member

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    Well, AMT has taken over Intel..atleast in the Desktop market.
    I have my Ryzen systems and they are rock solid and vzlue of money.
     
  6. AdrianG001

    AdrianG001 Active Member Verified

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    I’m going to say: yes, it’s worth to buy & build AMD System. but again, there is some kinks in here and there, but still it’s great system when you know how to tackle it.

    I’m still using AMD A10–5800K, so it’s proof how long and future proof is AMD System, even I using it from Windows 7 and pre Windows 8 era! that’s the proof, and I think it’s will be same with AMD Ryzen as well.

    My PC on office is AMD Ryzen 5 1600 and able to run anything smoothly, and my Graphic Design team is using Ryzen 5 2400G and run rarely any problem. the main issue that I encounter is green screen and pixelated when using older windows 10 build, so before install any driver, make sure update the windows to the latest. and like many reviewer, fresh clean install is very recommended if you encounter any problem. Also I very recommend to use dual channel memory rather than single channel, because it will allow the system run very smooth and hiccup free.

    but still, whether the problems, it’s very good system, especially if you planned to build a system for do everything with a limited budget. Especially Ryzen 5 lineup, which pose very good performance/price result.
     
  7. DarrylG001

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    Amd just came out with an intel killer.

    The Intel zeon duel, 58 cores, $20000.

    AMD latest Threadripprr, 64 core, faster than Intel, and the price, a fifth of the price, $3999.

    So for the price of just the Intel CPU, you could build a super system, with change to spare.

    Well done AMD.
     
  8. Alex

    Alex Active Member Verified

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    I have a Ryzen 3900X fr my PC.
    Its really Bang for the Buck.

    We tried using them for our OpenVZ7 Nodes, but had some issues though.
     

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