AMD announces Ryzen 7000 system bundle promotion, up to $125 savings on select AM5 builds

Published: Feb 24th 2023, 21:29 GMT   Comments

AMD AM5 system bundle promotion starts next week, 7000X3D not included (yet?)

The company today announced it will run a new promotion on Ryzen 7000 CPUs, reports Tom’s Hardware.

AMD AM5 Build Bundle Promotion, Source: AMD/Tom’s Hardware

Just as we expect the Ryzen 7000X3D series to launch next week, AMD has just announced a new promotion for existing Ryzen 7000 CPUs. The company and their partners are to offer $75 up to $125 saving on select AM5 builds.

This value accounts for AMD discounts on Ryzen 7000 CPUs, and select motherboard/memory bundles. Gamers will receive a discount when buying 2x8GB or 2x16GB memory kits from brands such as Corsair, ADATA, GeIL or Kingston.

Unfortunately, there is no mention of the Ryzen 7000X3D series being part of this promotion. But there is a chance AMD will update their bundle when these CPUs come out next week. It is also worth noting that AMD is still offering a free copy of Star Wars Jedi Survivor game with all Ryzen 7000 CPUs that were released thus far.

Qualifying Ryzen 7000 SKUs, Source: AMD/Tom’s Hardware

The AM5 Build Promo starts on February 27th and will last until April 1st, the Star Wars game bundle ends on the same day, but gamers can redeem their game codes by May 6th.

AMD has recently sent out an email with the following links to some of the first bundles. Just be aware that there will be more available later.

Source: AMD

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