The amd ryzen 5000 prices they are destined to continue lowering, before the imminent arrival of the Ryzen 7000 processors. This is how it is detecting it PCGH from Germany, where they share several quite interesting facts about their price.
AMD lowers the prices of the Ryzen 5000 to accommodate the arrival of Zen 4
As we say, from PCGH in Germany they have been monitoring the prices of AMD Ryzen 5000 processors, where they have seen a clear downward trend.
Already last week they analyzed the evolution of the Ryzen 7 5800X and 5700X, where the first has gone from 299 euros to 289 euros, and the 5700X It has a surprising drop from 279 euros to 244.80 euros.
Another CPU that was going down is the Ryzen 5 5600G, which has gone from 165 to 149 euros. Now, it has even lowered the Ryzen 5 5600, from 175 euros to 142 euros.
All this, combined with the falling prices of DDR4 and motherboards, makes building a platform with AMD Ryzen 5000 increasingly cheaper and easier. A marvel that we should take into account when setting up our PCs.
A long coexistence of Zen 3 and Zen 4: are the Ryzen 5000 the option to choose?
Last updated on 2022-09-17
Everything indicates that these prices will continue to fall. The question is to what extent, and above all how long will coexistence between Zen 3 and Zen 4, between AM4 and AM5.
It is very clear that AMD does not want to lose customers who cannot afford the added cost of Ryzen 7000, which starts at approximately 360 euros (plus a relatively expensive motherboard and relatively expensive RAM), and therefore Ryzen 5000 will be in a coexistence situation for a while.
The question is that, for how long and hopefully it will be at least until it is normalize DDR5 prices and from the base plates of AM5. In this way, we would have a very clear market position in which to be able to opt for the maximum performance or for the Reasonable AMD Ryzen 5000 prices.
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Fortunately, surely Intel will do the same, taking into account that at this point it maintains its 11th generation active and we can still find some i5-11400F at a sensational price in stores.
If there is no alternative to lower the prices of DDR5 once and for all and offer cheaper motherboards and processors for the latest generation, the best alternative is to have an older but good platform at our disposal to assemble a competent team.
How do you think AMD Ryzen 5000 prices will evolve? We read you in the comments.