AMD debuted the 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X on the mainstream desktop X86 processor this year for $749, 5,749 yuan domestically, and Japan for 100,000 yen, or about 6,400 yuan, and officially went on sale on November 30, but was booked out before the launch. Like the Ryzen 9 3900X, this time the Ryzen 9 3950X processor was in short supply when it first came on the market, and in fact it’s harder to beat than the Ryzen 9 3900X.
Because its performance is better than the COMPANY’s 18-core HEDT processor overall, but cheaper, so the world’s A rice is very much in love with this processor.
Because rye 9 3950X is so popular, Japanese merchants this time also had to change their previous sales strategy, no longer accept consumers to queue in advance, so the previous kind of new products in the middle of the night someone with tents to line up is not visible, this time changed to the reservation system.
On the 30th, 15 minutes before the start of the purchase, that is, 10:45, the store will start issuing tickets, tickets will be issued in the order of queuing, tickets can be purchased, and the shop on the 29th at 8 pm via Twitter to inform everyone how many tickets will be available.
Based on such new rules, basically 30 days to line up to buy A meal should be to get tickets to determine the person to buy, the phenomenon of long queues is much smaller than before.
A reporter from Japan’s AKIBA PC Watch website yesterday went to the field to explore the queue of the Ryzen 9 3950X processor, the longest team is the Japanese PC Shop ARK store, about 60 people, followed by the Tsukumo eX PC installation shop, about 40-50 people lined up. Other shops are less than 10 to come, more than 40 to.
If these people are sure to buy, then according to the reported number of store queues, the number of first ryon 9 3950X in Tokyo’s Akihabara region of Japan is about 200, do not know how other channels, but it seems that the number of first-in-place in Japan will not be many.