While on the net, we have already started talking about a possible launch of non-X processors Ryzen 7000, which is the main proposal for AMD It has been on the market for quite some time now, gathering very diverse feedback from the public.
Indeed, the hype generated by this major platform change was not met with the same enthusiasm in field testing, which resulted in Especially in Europeto a gradual and continuous decline in prices.
The gradient that suddenly turned into a real crash in the run-up to Black Friday, with a price at the top of the range 7950X which suddenly fell by more than 100 eurosafter losing the same number over the weeks.
The price of this CPU is currently around 660 euros, with a minimum of 648 euros.
The same goes for the rest of the lineup, as the 7900X has also been spotted at €538, the 7700X at €398 and 7600X at 297 euros. In fact, the latter may be the best reason to move to the new generation, although the competition at home made the 5800X3D absolutely unbeatable, even though it is tied to an AM4 socket and DDR4 RAM.
At this point, the date is for 2023, with the Ryzen 7000X3D likely at CES 2023.