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Wait until after CES to build a computer

eesti

11 months ago

AMD is expected to reveal Ryzen 2 and it's midrange Navi GPUs, these are expected to be very good for the money. Even if they aren't, the price drops from retailers trying to sell off their Ryzen+, Polaris, and Vega stock could be a boon for custom PC builders

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  • 11 months ago
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And when is CES?

  • 11 months ago
  • 1 point

January 8th through January 11th

  • 11 months ago
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Just remember you are looking at 1-2 months after reveal to get a launch/preorder date with availability following a month after that which will likely only be for high end models, mid range will follow on 1-3 months later, with budget models 4-6 months after that.

And if they don't hold up to rumored performance as generally never happens, pricing on the older models will only rise and demand for them increases.

  • 11 months ago
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waiting is meme honestly, the launch of RTX only jacked up the prices of GTX cards, and the market is relatively good right now.

  • 11 months ago
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Does this actually works like this? I'm right know hesitating to buy pc parts for my first gaming pc because of this rumors...would you recommend to wait?

  • 11 months ago
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if you must have a PC now, just get a 2200G if going AMD, and wait

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