Ryzen 7000 official prices have moved to their second phase on the market, but it’s also time for big discounts on the official website. The new prices should fit into the context of the brand’s offerings Black Friday 2022.
Visiting the official AMD store, the difference is immediately apparent, despite the lack of the red badge that comes bundled with some previous generation products Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves.
New CPUs have seen a significant reduction, with the Ryzen 5 7600X moving from the previous 381 to the current ones 299 euroswhile the 7700X goes from 508 to 419 euros.
Even the higher-end models get the same treatment that Ryzen 9 7900X that goes from 700 to 570 euros, while the flagship 7950X is available for 680 euros instead of 891 euros.
These prices are now somewhat in line with what has already been seen outside of official channels and across the rest of the market, with Ryzen 7000 prices falling more in Europe than other continents while following roughly the same dynamics globally.
Now we just have to wait and see if this is indeed a temporary change or if these prices will continue after Black Friday.