AMD has officially reduced the price of its CPUs by up to $125 – Ryzen 7000



Now the price fork is as follows: from 249 to 574 dollars

AMD has officially reduced the price of its CPUs by up to $125 – Ryzen 7000

Over the past few days, AMD processors in the US and Europe have fallen significantly in price. One might think that these are Black Friday discounts or a seller’s initiative, but today AMD itself has reduced the prices of its CPUs. 

The online store on the company’s website now lists the same prices that you can now see on NewEgg, Amazon, and so on, if we talk about the US market. 

Thus, we are really talking about a serious reduction in the cost of the latest Ryzen 7000 just a couple of months after their release. 

The AMD Ryzen 7000 Series once again delivers a double-digit IPC uplift over “Zen 3”, further solidifying a track record of innovation, execution, and delivery of the award-winning “Zen” architecture. The world’s first high-performance x86 5nm CPU, the Ryzen 7000 Series ushers in the remarkable speed of “Zen 4” architecture, advancing gaming and content creation performance leadership to new levels.


The top Ryzen 9 7950X is now $574, the Ryzen 9 7900X is $474, the Ryzen 7 7700X is now $349, and the most affordable Ryzen 5 7600X is $249. Thus, now when choosing between Ryzen 7000 and Intel Raptor Lake, you need to focus on new prices, which significantly change the balance of power. Probably AMD lowered the prices, because with the original new CPUs, they often could not compete with Raptor Lake.

AMD has announced its new 7000-series CPUs that succeed last year’s 6000-series chips and come with the company’s new Zen 4 architecture and use the AM5 platform, which AMD claims will be supported “through 2025 and beyond.” All the new processors also support PCIe 5.0 storage as well.


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