EPYC Rome 7452 on eBay $1120

sno.cn

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$40/core at listing price. They have decent prices on some other models if you don't wanna wait for shipping on the Provantage deal. But I think this 7452 price is pretty great.

I bought a pair Friday, they showed up today with carrier frames included. I'll have to double check what my accepted offer was.

100-000000057WOF AMD EPYC 7452 32-Core 2.35GHz 128M 155W Processor * New Other * | eBay




*Edit: Above seller is awesome, ordered from them twice and both times were great. But here's $1120 price. Whaaaaat???

AMD EPYC 7452 32-Core 2.35GHz 128M 155W Processor 100-000000057 730143310055 | eBay
 
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I bought another one of these today. $1250 was accepted offer both times, tried lower but they wouldn't budge for me. Still $39/core for EPYC Rome so I'm a happy camper.

Two of these in H11DSi with 16x8GB 2666 RAM with SM SNK-P0070APS4 heatsinks and a single consumer NVMe SSD pulls 350w from my UPS on 100% load. Setting cTDP at 180w bumps that to like 391w.
 
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How is this relatively new Rome processor on eBay for almost half price less than a year after debut? Too good to be true or are there some market forces here I'm not aware of?
 

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I am doing the same, skipping v3/v4 and going straight to epyc. This is an ultra nice find.
 

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Yeah, I completely forgot to follow up with the obvious explanation: it depends what you're running.

3240+ MHz all day long on 100% CPU usage with plenty of benchmarks. Like geekbench gets plenty close to max frequency on all cores. But start really putting that huge cache to use and I guess TDP skyrockets.