More than a week has passed since the Black Friday and Cyber Monday discount festivals, but AMD Inc It has not yet increased the price of Ryzen 7000 Zen 4 processors.
Not increasing the price of AMD Ryzen 7000 processors again
As it seems, AMD plans to reduce the price of Ryzen 7000 processors permanently. As we said, it’s been more than a week since the Black Friday discounts and we all thought that the drastic price drop of Ryzen 7000 processors was also due to Black Friday. But now that this festival is over, there is no news about the price of these processors returning to their previous prices!
Some stores have removed information related to Black Friday and Cyber Monday festivals from their sites. In fact, there is no mention of “discount” anymore. Therefore, it seems that AMD plans to keep the price of AM5 processors at these numbers.
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Newegg store prices are even lower thanks to discount codes.
The BestBuy store has also maintained the price reductions it applied two weeks ago. Only the flagship processor is currently unavailable on this site.
Chinese retailers generally cut the price of Ryzen 7000 processors earlier than their Western counterparts. These prices are set by the official AMD store on the JD website.
In Europe, we see a fluctuation of 30 euros in the price of the R9 7950X flagship processor. But it doesn’t seem that European stores have any plans to increase the price of these processors.
AMD has reduced the price of Ryzen 7000 processors to $125. This decision has been made while it is likely that we will meet the budget Ryzen 7000 non-X processors in January 2023 and the upgraded Ryzen 7000X3D processors in the first quarter of the following year.
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- AMD Ryzen 7000X3D processors, in 8, 12 and 16 core models