Internet / VideosLet's talk about our big mistake… – AMD Ryzen 2nd vs 3rd Gen 3rd September 20196th February 2020 - by Jarvis - 34 Comments. Linus Tech Tips makes entertaining movies about expertise, together with tech opinions, showcases and different content material. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)
34 Comments on “Let's talk about our big mistake… – AMD Ryzen 2nd vs 3rd Gen”
My MSI A320m Grenade can support Ryzen 3rd gen tho
Riley unwittingly provides footage for his funeral reception :p
This Linus has nice sense of humor.
PCIE 4.0 does not improve real daily usage of a computer. So far its just a gimmick. It's only a marketing trick.
At 1:07 is that the american beauty piano tune….Gimme one of those "LAN Centers" or I'll their lawyer…mimimimi
So you’re updating your computers. Doesn’t everyone? And, those machines in the background look very nice.
This channel is all about pc needs/geeks /hipsters/programmers(including the viewer's).
You all are computer god's.!!!!!!!.
a320 is compatible with 3rd gen ryzen depending on board manufacture's bios. i'm right now using Ryzen 3 3200G with asrock a320m hdv R4.
Should have gone with a 9900k still the best gamer after ryzen 3 ok ok it would have cost 2 grand more… but you would still feel great about it. Upgrading a 2700x to a 3700x is just dumb. Bottom line it cost more then buying a 9900k directly so always go for long term builds its always cheaper then upgrading after a short amount of time. Amd is only cheaper on the lower end go anything higher end and long term intel is a lot cheaper and has bin for over a decade now.
But 3rd Gen ryzen does indeed work with a320 motherboards.
Or just live with it. Because something marginally better will come along shortly anyway then something after that. You'll be happier if you just learn to accept that what you have is good enough until a game comes out that you just can't play at acceptable settings.
for a moment i thought the sponsor is gonna be drop…haha
My 2700x works perfectly.. should I make the effort and replace it? Or should I just enjoy it?
Looks at my laptop, this isn't going to be easy.
Continue searching for “bomb”
screw you for calling my core2quad a geezer!
screw you for calling my core2quad a geezer!
Everyone just go and watch Linus tech tips underwear on their site
Wth did Taran forget to colour grade the footage
"And this is where we drop…"
Skips 10 seconds
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Is there actually anyone who enjoys the hardware of their computer and not the act of using it?
Yeah had same feelings… Back in 2016 when I got gtx 750ti… month later new 1000 series comes out… ffs 😀
Time to cancel my order
3:54 Why? Because our west European power grid is modern and a thunderstorm is harmless. Unless your own house or the few in the direct vicinity get struck badly, but that basically never happens. And if that happens your PC is fried anyway
So Jason Priestley is doing Tech Tips these days? Great… i didn't know…
The computer-hardware you buy is always "obsolete" immediately, because there will always be better computer-technology. – But is it obsolete for what YOU want it to do?? – I mean, you don't buy something for what it DOESN'T do. You likely bought a certain processor because you looked up its capabilities and agreed with that. – For example, I knew Ryzen 3000 was coming but I still went for the much-used 2600. Not only is it a lot more affordable now (plus, it was on sale for a significant lower price when I bought it), the 300-equivalent, being the 3600, is only about 15% faster in general. – And again, it will do what I need it to do, until perhaps there are games and applications that will be more demanding in a few years (or even sooner than that). – But I'm not going to buy the slightly newer generation for a significant amount more money when there will be something that will make for a bigger jump, say with the 4000 series, when that time comes. – And personally, I'm jumping from a first generation i5 (that's about a DECADE ago) to Ryzen anyway. So that's about an 8 generation jump for me personally anyway. It'll be good.
If you'd just bought an Intel system.
Congratulation you made the right long term decision.
Watching der8auer video on the 3000 series, It doesn't hold up well or work as well as they advertise.
3:25 and ongoning. On Asus Boards you simply can Update your Bios via Internet in the Bios. No need for USB sticks.
let's be real price to performance 2nd gen is far superior. Overall performance is nowhere that substantial either. However, pricing for 3rd gen can be doubled over 2nd gen.
I guess you guys were short on ideas…
3:00 Ryzen 3rd Gen. will work on A320 motherboards, there's also a BIOS update available for some motherboards.
Great job, Riley! 😀
Last few days it feels like LTT is running out of ideas.
Me realizing I shouldnt have said shut up to my mom like: