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Old November 6th 18, 04:19 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
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NEWEGG is doing a sum rebated end for $40. Get it? ... AM4 ... $40. I
guess.

The thing actually reads like a dive bomber out of a comic book --
Amazon reviews directly as apparently as well a Google search. Total
Meltdown City.

Kind of gets to me that Newegg would do that: Take a spoon, dip down
and ladle it up, stick it under your nose, and say what do this smell
exactly like...hm?

Newegg's going to sell you Asus rejects, half then will burn or are
burnt out. Big favor rebated, right, but the afterburner is that
Newegg doesn't do failed merchandise returns any more. It's
discretionary - you have to take the initiative call and talk to them
for that RMA on their dollar, otherwise it's in between nothing said,
or pay up royally for insured FEDEX/UPS at two three times the
commercial rate it cost initially to send to you.


ASRock AB350M PRO4 MicroATX Motherboard

Price: $73.97 + $33.25 Shipping & Import Fees Deposit to Netherlands

Chipset: AMD Promontory B350
Memory: 4x DDR4-2667/2400/2133 DIMM Slots, Dual Channel, ECC, Non-ECC,
Unbuffered, Max Capacity of 64GB
Slots: 2x PCI-Express 3.0 x16 Slots (one runs at x4), 1x PCI-Express
2.0 x1 Slot
SATA: 4x SATA3 Ports, Support RAID 0, 1, 10
Video: Integrated AMD Radeo R-Series Graphics in A-series APU
Supports AMD Socket AM4 A-Series APUs (Bristol Ridge) and Ryzen Series
CPUs (Summit Ridge)
Supports DDR4 3200+ (OC) (Ryzen CPU) / 2400 (A-series APU)

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Old November 6th 18, 04:35 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
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On Tue, 06 Nov 2018 10:19:03 -0500, Flasherly
wrote:

Supports AMD Socket AM4 A-Series APUs (Bristol Ridge) and Ryzen Series
CPUs (Summit Ridge)

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AMD and their crappy quarterly financial statements.

They've got a A series Ryzen dual core, a 3.2Ghz, that is "styled" for
the tradition of a present Athlon (and AM3+ Athlon II). It's
supposedly $65, although I'd doubt a serious entity for Ebay's pulls.
As yet, whereas the same CPU in a G-series is a quad;- that could be,
at under, say, $50. (Generally among preludes to a non-A or
graphics-embedded alternatives is pretty far-fetched as) I doubt the
gravy-train of "future proofing" from 100-$200+, minimum, Ryzens is
going away anytime soon.

Anyway, along these not so hot AMD financial reports, that dual core
on the dollar so happens to be better, in a present-offering
class/technology, than anything Intel has.

So what does AMD go and do? They clock-lock it. Smart.
 




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