Amazon Canada Amazon.ca Deals of the Day: ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Mini $645, AMD Ryzen 7 1700X CPU $278, WD 1TB Portable Hard Drive $69 + More AMD Ryzen 7 1700X Processor $278 + More!

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Build your perfect gaming rig with today's deals of the day at Amazon.ca, because you can take up to 40% off select computer components and accessories, including an all-time low price on an AMD Ryzen 7 CPU! Other deal of the day offers include a Honeywell True HEPA Allergen Remover for $223.99 (regularly $279.99) and a RL Flo-Master Retractable Hose for $137.99 (regularly $175.20).

There are a total of nine deal of the day offers and we've listed each of them below.

Don't hesitate, as these offers are available today only, May 31. Amazon.ca offers free shipping for all Prime members or on orders over $35.00 for those who aren't members.

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    • GroundBus wrote:
      May 31st, 2018 5:08 am
      Deal of the Day.
      Lowest price according to 3xCamel

      Frequency: 3.8 GHz Precision Boost
      8 Cores/16 Threads UNLOCKED
      Cache: 4 MB/16 MB (L2/L3). PCI Express Version : PCIe 3.0
      Socket Type: AM4. Max System Memory Speed - 2667MHz
      Extended Frequency Range (XFR)
      Considering you can pick up a 2600x for $10 more at regular price...I would think that would make this cold. It seems that the page you linked is pricing before the new ryzen series was released. Benefits of the 2600x seem to be similar performance, much better overclocking, and of course a newer release.

      From what I've been able to find the only benefit would be slightly better multi threaded performance on the 1700x.
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    • 1700X BUY IT USED!
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    • If 1700x and 2600(x) were similarly priced,

      1700x
      - more cores & threads
      - higher cache
      - Can use B350/X370 boards without issue

      2600(x)
      - higher single core clock speed
      - Zen+ features (too long to list here google them)
      - better memory support
      - includes a stock cooler
      - Will either need to update BIOS on B350/X370 or use X470 (B450 not out yet)

      1700x is probably only good for people who actually can take advantage of extra cores.
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    • The 2700 was on sale for $255USD yesterday in the USA at Newegg eBay. I think we will see more deals. And the new models are a nice upgrade.
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    • Man, I just can't bite the bullet on a new build :facepalm:. My build is seriously bottle-necking my GPU (fx6300/am3+ board/Vega 56), but for the little bit of Overwatch I play, I can't justify jumping in yet. Especially given the RAM prices.

      Is it safe to assume that Ryzen 2 is a year away? I've been out of the loop, but are AMD/Intel releasing new architecture annually?
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    • Ridiculous DDR4 pricing makes any new system build right now a difficult proposition.
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    • I just picked up one of these processors to upgrade my 4th-gen i5 system.

      Any recommendations on a mobo? I usually use Gigabyte...
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    • Password wrote:
      May 31st, 2018 12:02 pm
      I just picked up one of these processors to upgrade my 4th-gen i5 system.

      Any recommendations on a mobo? I usually use Gigabyte...
      Newegg has this MSI board as part of the SS deal today. $70 after MIR with free shipping. Don't expect to see that MIR back anytime soon though. The last MIR with MSI took me almost 9 months to get that money. I have a 1700 paired with the board and it's been rock solid considering it runs 24/7 at full load. It's not very feature rich though but it has all the essentials.

      https://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.a ... gnorebbr=1
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    • Password wrote:
      May 31st, 2018 12:02 pm
      I just picked up one of these processors to upgrade my 4th-gen i5 system.

      Any recommendations on a mobo? I usually use Gigabyte...
      Not sure if you were looking for anything specific, but I have been loyal to asus forever, and never had any problems. They tend not to be the cheapest though...
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    • how about h265 decoding and how many watts of energy compared to intel equivalent?
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