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This month we have a nice nvme ssdSP256GBP34A80M28.jpg

All you need to do is post on the forum or be a patreon member or both for 2 entries each month.

So please post or reply to threads for a chance to win this great Silicon power ssd.

Ps love build logs and guides ;)

These monthly giveaways are entirely funded by the great supporters on Patreon so please take a moment to thank all of them as I will now.Thank you patrons and RHR posters and readers :)

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Ya I gutted two computers (cpu mobo and ram) in anticipation of Zen 2 cpus. :)

I hope to be proved correct in a few days when hopefully at E3 all is beknownst. Then again it can hardly be a BAD move to sell an 8320 mobo and DD3 ram as well as a 3770k mobo and ram. I hope the 3600 is a beast! :)

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The ASUS Prime PRO sounds exactly like what I will be getting as well. It is concerning what the prices will be. Are ASUS boards affected by tariffs OR are they made in Taiwan? It does look like X570 is a premium platform and will cost accordingly regardless of any potential tariffs. :(

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Everything going off topic, but that is part of the random fun...I hope they ship consumer electronics direct Canada and not via the USA to avoid tariff implications.

Those are some nice looking boards...I am very curious how this whole release is going to go. Could it finally give me reason to upgrade my ivy bridge? I dont feel a need yet, but an actually notable cpu improvement could make me rethink...

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