Need Advice from Architects (ryzen build)

Discussion in 'PC Purchasing Help' started by Davros, Jan 26, 2020.

  1. orangpelupa

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    Time to stockpile ssd and ram!

    Although probably the price increase won't be as ridiculous as gpu...

    I bough a gtx 1660 s for around 3 million IDR. Then the price high make new cards goes around 4 million IDR. Ridiculous.

    But seriously, I'm really glad I "forced" my cousin to buy ssd a few months ago. Just a few weeks after that, price hike. And now there's upcoming yet another price hike.

    Yeesh
     
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    Prices jumped 10% before easter...and I fear more will be coming.
     
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    We have now been warned by our vendors about another significant jump in prices for:
    - CPU's
    - SSD's
    - RAM
     
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    I bought a new cpu+ram+motherboard 2 months ago (I just missed a gpu until today), price have increased since for the ram, so it was not a bad choice. Happy to be out the "I need to buy new components" club for now.... At the same time, amd annouced a few days ago that they will increase production for ryzen ? So... I don't know if it will help having 5900 and 5950 closer to msrp.
     
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    I just ordered 128 DIMM's, will soon find out how big the price hike is :runaway:
     
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