Ryzen 7 7700X: Discount campaign in the USA – soon also in Germany?

Ryzen 7 7700X: Discount campaign in the USA - soon also in Germany?

from Alexander Pensler
The prices of the new Ryzen 7000 processors are currently falling in the USA: on the other side of the pond, the Ryzen 7 7700X is currently available for a whole 100 US dollars less. But how is the situation here in Germany?

The release date and prices of AMD’s new X3D 7000 processors have only been known since yesterday, and now there is news about the price drop of a non-X3D CPU from the California chip giant: The Ryzen 7 7700X is in the United States States are currently available for a whopping $100 less. Newegg, a large American online retailer for electronics, and Amazon.com offer the 8-core for 298.99 US dollars. The suggested retail price of this processor, on the other hand, is 399 US dollars.

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Significant discounts on the 7700X in the US

However, it is necessary to enter a discount code: At Newegg the Ryzen 7 7000X is listed in the store for $348.99, only entering the coupon “BDNW25” lets the price fall below $300. the US variant of the Amazon site shows $344.99, where the buyer can select a $40 discount applicable only to AMD’s 7700X processing unit. On top of that, buyers of the 8-core processor also get the right to a copy of the recently postponed Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

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No discounts in Germany in sight yet

We haven’t gotten those discounts yet, despite the approaching release of the 3D V-Cache variants of AMD CPUs. According to our PCGH price comparison is currently the cheapest provider Mindfactory with 355.00 euros. At the current dollar rate, this is still close to AMD’s recommended retail price. The 7700X was not available here at a significantly lower price either: the lowest price was 344.00 euros in mid-January. It therefore remains exciting to see whether the price development of the Ryzen 7 7000X will still find its way to us from America.

Source: Videocardz


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