When we first heard of the 50th Anniversary Ryzen 7 2700X we were excited, but then it appeared the only difference would be a special box and a laser-etched signature of Lisa Su on the IHS of the chip. I’m not sure if that commands a $50 premium over the normal Ryzen 7 2700X. It turns out you are going to get a lot more.
You’ll not only get the laser-etched Ryzen 7 2700X chip and Wraith Prism RGB cooler, but two AA games: Tom Clancy’s “The Division 2” Gold Edition, and “World War Z,” a black long-sleeve t-shirt with AMD 50 artwork on both sides, and AMD 50 sticker with the signature of Lisa Su.
AMD is actually extending the 2 free games offer to the entire Ryzen 2000 AM4 desktop family as well as several Radeon GPU models including the Radeon VII, RX 500 series, and RX Vega series.