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Getting started with inventory elimination? Particularly low prices for second-generation Ryzen processors

Can not wait for the third generation to come In the Ryzen era? You can purchase the current generation multi-core processors at a surprising cost

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The new and very promising family of processors Should start selling officially in a few days and threatens to devastate power relations in the home market, but that does not mean that the company's existing models will immediately become useless - cutting prices further to the The 2000 that can be found in Amazon now should allow them to find their right place, allowing us all to enjoy a large number of processing cores at low prices.

Ryzen 7 2700X model Octagonal leads with body The Wraith Prism LED type has dropped to a base price of 256.28 dollars, or 314.36 dollars including VAT and shipping to the country - only NIS 1,125, compared to prices of NIS 1,450 or higher in local stores.

The new prices are noticeably cheaper than those received in the announcement status - and those with which the new generation will launch

The octagonal Ryzen 7 2700 model Dropped to $ 200, or 247.58 dollars including VAT and shipping which are NIS 890 - when only once was it cheaper than this level to date (with a price tag of 195 for a few days).

The Ryzen 5 2600X processor is the top hexagon Sold in 160 Dollars as a base and 199.74 Dollars (all-inclusive), compared to the basic price levels of 715 or 180 dollars in the past.

The Ryzen 5 2600 hexagonal model Sold at $ 140 as the base and at $ 176.16 including VAT and shipping - NIS 635 value. This is a decrease of 60 dollars and 30 percent compared to the model launch price, which stood at 200 dollars until just over a year ago.

The existing or future supply? This is a question that may be of interest to many hardware enthusiasts in the near future

So what's better - to wait and invest a little more in the new generation or choose the second generation discounted models? Feel free to tell us what you think in the comments.


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