Newegg is the first retailer in the United States to cut down prices for Ryzen 7000 desktop CPUs during Black Friday week.
Other big US retailers, like BestBuy and Amazon, have not yet followed Newegg’s leas. MicroCenter, meanwhile, offers a free 32GB DDR5 RAM kit with every Ryzen 7000 purchase; this may still be a wonderful deal, but it is only applicable for in-store purchases.
Newegg’s prices are substantially lower than the original MSRP. The 12-core Ryzen 9 7900X is now $473.99, down from $549, while the 16-core Ryzen 9 7950X is now $573.99, a 17% discount. Gamers might also select the Ryzen 7 7700X, which has eight cores and a new price of $348.99, representing a $51 savings or a 12% price reduction. Reduced by 16%, the updated entry-level price for the AM5 platform with a 6-core Ryzen 7 7600 is now $248.99.
Although all four processors were released within the past two months, this does not appear to be an actual and permanent price reduction by AMD. European retailers now offer comparable price reductions, with the flagship model selling for much to €200 cheaper.