(Update) AMD Radeon 7 1800X to cost 499 USD, Ryzen 7 1700X: 399 USD

Published: 21st Feb 2017, 20:16 GMT | Comments

Looks like Amazon spilled the beans on Ryzen 7 pricing.

According to the snapshots of (already unavailable) Amazon pages, the Ryzen 7 1800X is likely to cost 499 USD, while Ryzen 7 1700X might be 100 USD cheaper (399 USD). The bundle on Amazon includes Corsair H100i v2 cooler, but you look down to ‘bundle details’, there’s a price for each item separately.

More importantly, the release date was confirmed (by Amazon) for March 2nd. For now, let’s treat this as a rumor of high-credibility.

via: Overclock.net

Ryzen 7 available in high volume

Speaking of market whispers, according to Hermitage Akihabara we can expect a high volume of Ryzen 7 CPUs on the launch date. The prices of Ryzen 7 for the Japanese market are expected to be as follows: Ryzen 7 1800X (65,000 yen), Ryzen 7 1700X (50,000 yen) and Ryzen 7 1700 (43,000 yen).

The site claims that while Ryzen 7 will see no shortage, the AM4 cooling solutions and motherboards for Ryzen may be in short supply.

Update: Canadian pricing and Ryzen description revealed

Wickedplayer494 found Ryzen 7 on MemoryExpress website. Before it was taken down a copy was made:

AMD RYZEN™ 7 1800X Octa Core Processor: Performance and Value

  • AMD RYZEN™ 7 1800x 3.6GHz Octa Core Processor w/ 4.0GHz+ XFR, 16 Threads, 4MB L2 Cache, 16MB L3 Cache, 14nm
  • 8 Physical Cores of True Multitasking
  • 16 Threads of Intense Multithreading
  • Unlocked AMD AM4 Socket CPU supports OC
  • Built on a 1331-pin PGA Form Factor; designed more reliable than LGA Processors
  • Industry Leading Instructions Per Clock for extreme computing performance
  • Note: CPU Cooler Not Included: 95W TDP

AMD RYZEN™ 7 1700X Octa Core Processor: Performance and Value

  • AMD RYZEN™ 7 1700X 3.4GHz Octa Core Processor w/ 3.8GHz+ XFR, 16 Threads, 4MB L2 Cache, 16MB L3 Cache, 14nm
  • 8 Physical Cores of True Multitasking
  • 16 Threads of Intense Multithreading
  • Unlocked AMD AM4 Socket CPU supports OC
  • Built on a 1331-pin PGA Form Factor; designed more reliable than LGA Processors
  • Industry Leading Instructions Per Clock for extreme computing performance
  • Note: CPU Cooler Not Included: 95W TDP


 


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