Bath & Body Works Magnetic USER.a327d2cf-71fb-4994-8a7f-83efb30fe304 Bath & Body Works SNOWMAN Red White Sweater & Scarf Magnet 3 Wick Candle Topper 0667553889379
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Bath & Body Works SNOWMAN Red White Sweater & Scarf Magnet 3 Wick Candle Topper

Bath & Body Works SNOWMAN Red White Sweater & Scarf Magnet 3 Wick Candle Topper

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Location: Salem, Oregon

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Material : [Wool]
MPN : [Magnetic]
Shape : [Snowman]
Type : [Candle Jar Topper]
Suitable For : [3-Wick Candle]
Brand : [Bath & Body Works]
Color : [Red]
UPC : [0667553889379]
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Bath & Body Works

Red & White Snowman

3-Wick Magnet Candle Topper

Pair with any 3-Wick that comes with a decorative lid.

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Five Stars
5.0 out of 5 stars based on 14 reviews
Five Stars
sold out everywhere
It's so hot that I even don't have any chance to buy one, it's sold out everywhere.
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Five Stars
sold out everywhere
Incredible generational performance increases, great power efficiency versus Intel equivalent CPUs, and still backwards compatible with older sockets.
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Five Stars
5900X w/ Gigabyte X570 Ultra Rev 1.0
I work from home and have tons of programs and tabs open all the time with multiple monitors. This upgrade is gonna make my life so much easier. Also, a great excuse to power my gaming set up lol.
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Five Stars
AMD continues to knock it out of the park
Without rehashing all the reviews out there, all of the Zen 3 AMD CPUs are heads and shoulders above Intel's 10th Gen by EVERY SINGLE METRIC. They perform way faster, single or multithreaded, while consuming way less power. Having said that, among the four Zen 3 CPUs currently released, the 5900X offers the highest value in terms of price per core. This also makes this CPU the highest in demand and the hardest to purchase among the four, even in spite of the far lower supply of the 5950X.
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Five Stars
Gonna be awesome for work
So amazing. 12 cores, each performing at amazing speeds. AMD has finally done it!
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Five Stars
Hands down THE CPU to buy today
Zero compromises.
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Five Stars
Simply amazing, just a bit hard to get hold of one right now
I once chanted... NEVER AMD! NEVER AGAIN! But here I am, back to AMD, the heathen abomination known as the 5900x is running in my brand new pc build... my inner intel fanboi is totally RAGING right now! I was team blue for life I always proudly declared. My INTEL pride could not be matched. They were my heroes, and the blue man group will always live on in my mind forever. But even I cannot deny that zen 3 was a grandslam and clearly the better cpu right now. Rocket lake might be a tiny bit more powerful core per core when it launches soon, but it also costs more electricity to run, and does not come in more then 8 cores. I would wait until alder lake at least before going back to intel (and it better be REALLY GOOD) if you were looking for a new pc in 2021. It's the P4 vs ATHLON from 2004 all over again. Big hot inefficient intel chips once again. 5900x or 5600x? The 5600x is much cheaper but also half the cores. If you are just gaming get that instead (it even comes with a free cooler- though it isn't a very good one). I do a lot of gaming but also a lot of work in windows, and I am delighted how I can have a bunch of apps and stuff running without slowdown. The 5900x is very powerful, and powers through tasks that once took 15 minutes to do in only a few minutes now... but honestly for pure gaming I don't notice much of an increase over my old 4670k i5 (was actually worse in 4k, but in 1080p was about 2x the fps in high detail settings). It really still comes down to your GPU more then anything for gaming esp if 4k gaming, so keep your expectations realistic. I paired up my 5900x with a 3080, and games are wonderful now in 4k glory (the clarity is mind blowing). No CPU bottlenecks for me. =) STONE COLD STEVE PROCESSOR! I paired this up with the noctua d15 cooler and aorus master mobo. The noctua is soo big and the aorus master ram slots are positioned in such a way that that sadly the front fan won't fit (collides with about any ram chips if you try to install in the front- and collides with the mobo back port heatsink if you try to put it in the back). Even so with the 1 fan, the noctua is soo good at cooling and zen 3 is soo efficient that this chip runs COLD! And the noctua is near silent most of the time, seems like a fantastic pairing to me. NEVER INTEL EVER AGAIN!! After swearing off AMD in 2008, I am back. I still hate their GPU drivers so I am still sticking to nvidia for GPU's forever and ever, but the processors from AMD are awesome again. If you need the horsepower the 5900x is pricey but absolutely worth it. I will NEVER buy INTEL EVER EVER EVER EVER EVER AGAIN! well... at least until they are clearly the better processor again... (probably with alder lake lol) I have commitment issues, but it's good way to be in the tech world I guess, and you should be like that too. And please understand that the 7nm vs intel 14nm is not understood by common folks very well. It's like the bit wars from snes\sega genesis. Intel measures differently. Their 10nm is likely to pack far more transistors in an inch then AMD\TSMC's 7 could ever hope to. It might even be pretty close to a TSMC 5nm (we'll see). So don't buy based on NM numbers that are just like marketing fluff now. Buy based on the REAL performance and efficiency numbers\benchmarks. But for now? Yes the 7nm zen 3 IS superior to intels 14nm tech, and I am very happy with my purchase. AMD pulled it off and I never thought they could. I am delighted to have been proven wrong.
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Five Stars
I swore off AMD forever.
I got lucky and got one on discount for cyber Monday. This runs great and made a noticeable increase in operating speed over my R 5 3600. My MSI X570 mobo has no issues running it in "Gaming Boost" mode with XMP enabled. Helpful tips on how to upgrade your CPU that would have helped me if knew them before trying to upgrade my CPU: 1. Update your drivers and make sure they are working correctly 2. Update your motherboard's BIOS BEFORE pulling out your old CPU. Do not bother tuning your settings unless you need to after the BIOS update. 3. Have the drivers for your new CPU downloaded onto your desktop before pulling the plug. 4. If you are using Windows write down your activation key and make a restore CD/thumb drive just in case. 5. Boot into BIOS and turn off any gaming modes or overclocking you have done. 6. Write down the BOOT order and config mode of your hard drives before exiting BIOS (and any other settings of note.) 7. Turn off and unplug the computer. Then pop out the CMOS battery or what ever you need to do to clear the BIOS. (This is required or the motherboard will not even post!) While the computer is unplugged press the power button to help drain the capacitors and prevent frying your stuff. 8. Install your new CPU properly and with new thermal paste on the cooling unit. Clean all the old paste off before removing the old CPU to keep it from getting into the holes in the motherboard. 9. Reinstall your CMOS battery if you have not done so. By the time you are done installing the CPU BIOS should have been cleared of your old CPU's info. 10. Plug in the power cable, boot into BIOS and set up your BOOT priority on your Hard Drives. Do not Over Clock anything yet and keep factory settings for the moment if possible. 11. If your system is booting up to the OS, now is the time to install those drivers you had waiting on your new CPU install, reactivate Windows if needed, and test if anything is wrong. If you are having issues getting it running at this point, don't forget that you need to swap the display cable to the Motherboard's video output to see the BIOS. The GPU is the last thing to get power on start up and will not show you the BIOS screen if something is wrong. 12. Reboot into BIOS again and turn on XMP or any Over Clocking/gaming modes you want, fine tune your settings, and customize your system's settings to your liking. Save/export your BIOS settings on a thumb drive. 13. Run another stability test after rebooting to your OS and if your system seems to be working you are good to go! 14. Realize that this all took way longer than you thought it would and actually use your new CPU the next time you get a chance.
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Five Stars
sold out everywhere
Ok so here it is. I’ve been waiting for the past year to upgrade my aging cpu and though I wish I could’ve waited just a little longer for prices to go down I went ahead and bit the bullet. I’m glad I did. This bad boy is a monster. What took me 10 - 15 minutes in lots of tasks now took 2 - 3. For gaming it’ll take pretty much anything you throw at it with max settings. Grant it you have a comparable gpu to keep up. I’m a filmmaker and I use this machine for work and play and it does both in spades. Due to the 12 cores and the hyper threading it eats Adobe projects for breakfast. I immediately noticed a performance boost when opening Premiere for the first time. Now the reason this doesn’t get 5 stars is due to the thermals. Again coming from Intel and this being my first amd build. It’s not uncommon for my cpu under heavy load to be reaching into the 70s and 80s degrees Celsius. I know amd processors tend to run hotter than their intel rivals but it’s a little nerve racking to say the least. I’ve got a great noctua cooler on it that roars every time there’s a little performance spike. Amd has said that these temps are normal though. All in all though I’m very happy with the purchase.
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Five Stars
Worthwhile upgrade over 3900X if...
TL;DR Highly recommend 5900X if you want a high-end gaming CPU that can also do well in productivity tasks like rendering and code compilation. I’d recommend 5600X if you just buy it for gaming. Long version: 5900X has the best performance in most games, trailing in productivity tasks only to 5950X which has a much worse performance to price ratio (value for money). Its peak power consumption is 54% of i9-10900K while providing similar, if not better, gaming performance and much better productivity performance according to Anandtech. I never saw my CPU temp over 70C with my NZXT Kraken X63 in a mid tower case with 75% pump speed and 40% fan speed. This CPU is actually very cool, despite slightly higher idle temps (~45C, 20C ambient) because AMD shuts down a lot of cores and runs the remaining cores at high frequencies. You’ll see higher temps from the working cores while sleeping cores remain incredibly cool. Don’t worry about the idle temps as the power consumption is in fact really low. The rule of thumb is there’s no reason to buy an Intel CPU if you build from scratch or need to upgrade your motherboard anyway. Availability is for sure a concern, but stock drops happen more and more often, and I managed to get it before Christmas. FYI, Gigabyte just released its Z590 Xtreme motherboard that features 21 power phases. This indicates that Intel’s 11th Gen Rocket Lake CPUs will be even more power hungry than the 10th Gen ones, possibly crossing 250W often.
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Five Stars
5900x - more robust than the 3900x - Smart access memory is worthwhile too - MSRP good
Really happy I was able to get this item! It's really awesome with multitasking various applications! With the fans and cpu cooler in my PC I've never seen this CPU reach hot temps. I don't use heavy work applications like 3d rendering and what not. I usually just use this for gaming and I'm very happy! I did go for the 5600x originally but I got notified that the 5900x was in stock so I quickly bought this one and sold the 5600x. This is one of the best investments I've ever made! I would definitely recommend this! I used HotStock to notify me and I hope this helps someone in getting this item!
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Five Stars
Insanely fast!!
The best thing about the Ryzen processors is that you have a lot of upgrade options. If you purchased a 3600X, you can stick a 5950X in the same socket. Well, ok, that won't work with every motherboard but generally speaking I'm very happy with the plug-and-play nature of AMD cpus over the last few years, its saved me a lot of money. Now, the 5900X is fairly pricey. I gave up waiting and paid the additional money over MSRP. Its a symptom of our times combined with no equivalent offering from Intel that is even remotely reasonable. Just too many mobo upgrades requires with the Intel line-up and their CPUs burn enormous amounts of energy if you push the performance. The Ryzen series runs a whole lot cooler and burn a whole lot less power for the same performance. And having extra cores just makes everything so smooth... I no longer bother closing other windows (two screens) when I start up a game. And the 5900X is a real work-horse for productivity. I often have bulk jobs that take 20+ hours to run and it just does it, robustly and quietly, without batting an eye or generating huge temperatures on my tower cooler. The fans don't even ramp up a whole lot. So despite the high price, I'm pretty happy. -Matt
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Five Stars
This processor is the performance king in gaming and productivity.
My CPU easily exceeds the 4.8 boost frequency and performs beyond my wildest expectations; up to 5.1G so far using PBO. Best to pair this chip with a high end motherboard and a high end cooler. I recommend installing the latest MB BIOS. Performance Test benchmark exceeds 42,000. PBO feature is phenomenal and will get you the best performance your rig can deliver. My MB is ASUS Crosshair VII. WiFi Using GSkill 3200 Samsung b-die with timings 13-13-14-14-26-54 1T all other "auto". Idles 15F over ambient. My best advice; don't go cheap on the motherboard and pick one that's been on the market awhile and has a mature BIOS.
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Five Stars
Entire line-up gives you upgrade options
This processor is everything I hoped for. It's crazy fast, both single-core and multi-threaded; the benchmark scores are amazing and everything runs incredibly quickly. It's got quite excellent power usage and thermals (I'm using a $60 240mm AIO to cool it and it not only stays quite cool, it doesn't even stress the cooler at max load after I slightly under-volted the CPU). It's easy to overclock, though in the end I just turned on A-XMP (for my DDR4-3600 RAM) and PBO (for the CPU clocks themselves) and let the system handle things itself, aside from slightly under-volting the processor to help it stay cool. I even got a free game (Far Cry 6) with the purchase! Don't know how long that promo will last, but I did get it even though the purchase page didn't promise it. I also was able to pay MSRP ($549), though it took some patience to snag it at that price.
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