Preliminary prices for the new and promising generation of AMD Are beginning to seep into the network - and indicate that local consumers will be forced to part with significantly larger sums of money compared to consumers in the United States
The aura and dust around AMD's exciting launch event for its new generation of desktop processors We are beginning to sink - and the practical prices we here in Israel will pay to enjoy From Zen 3 architecture enhancements Starting to clear up, without too many positive surprises at this point.
According to first prices in some European countries For the four Ryzen 5000 models that will land in stores starting November 5th, It seems that the consumer audience in the neighboring continent will need to invest large sums considerably in those announced and presented at the launch for the American audience - when they also constituted an increase in relation to the prices of the previous generation, as mentioned, and without a body Cooling Included in the price in all versions exceptRYZEN 5 5600X The most basic hexagon as a continuum to the trend we saw in the launch of the slightly updated XT models a few months ago.
The most affordable prices observed in Europe so far come from an online store in Portugal, where consumers will be able to get the Ryzen 5 5600X (with body Cooling Wraith Stealth included in the package) for 313 euros including tax, theRYZEN 7 5800X octagonal at 470 euros including tax, theRYZEN 9 5900X with 12 processing cores at 570 euros and theRYZEN 9 5950X The carrier with 16 cores for 830 euros including tax.
It is known that American prices are traditionally presented without tax additions that vary from country to country, but also when calculated with an average tax increase of about 10 percent (in some countries in Uncle Sam's country the tax level is even lower) prices in Europe appear to be 11 or 12 percent higher. When comparing prices observed in stores in the UK and Finland widens the gap a little more.
Prices in local stores tend to be more related to those available across Europe than those available in the United States, with or without tax surcharges, and therefore it seems that increased European prices, plus an increase of AMD Itself, they are the ones who will dictate the costs in Israel at least in the beginning - we have currently found one store that already presents the new models on its website, and confirms this discount with an initial cost of NIS 1,360 for the Ryzen 5 5600X, a cost of NIS 2,090 or more for the Ryzen 7 5800X , A cost of NIS 2,550 for the Ryzen 9 5900X and a cost of NIS 3,750 and more for the Ryzen 9 5950X. Additions of between 9 and 13 percent above prices in Portugal when Special Deals Direct conversion of currency values.
The start may be considered relatively disappointing for some consumers who eagerly awaited the new upgrade from the Red Camp, but it is worth noting that the price differences between the Ryzen 3000 generation models For Ryzen 5000 generation models However, they are not particularly extreme - and if the independent reviews that are expected to be revealed on the day the sale starts will prove to us that the company manages to reach or at least come close to a 19 percent performance improvement promise under the same operating frequencies, it will probably be a good deal for those interested in producing The maximum from their complete system.
There are four more weeks until launch and things may change by then, including the prices we are familiar with - but even if the current situation is maintained we can hope that like the previous incarnations of Ryzen processors Even in the 5000th generation We can see the price levels drop below the official threshold recommended in the framework Special Deals Different and frequent within a few months of landing.