If you want to order one of the best processors of AMD, the Ryzen 9 5950X, at a relatively lower price, now is your time. It is being sold at only £499 or around $549.99, which is the lowest it has ever been, and you can get your hands on it as soon as you can.
AMD processors have dominated the market ever since it competed with Intel in terms of money. Previously, Intel dominated this field, but AMD’s processors gained popularity, and many people started picking them instead of Intel as it offered almost similar performance but with less money.
AMD launched a series of processors in which the Ryzen 9 5950X stands as one of the best-selling processors since its launch date. In terms of specifications, this processor has a frequency of 3.4 GHz that can be ramped up to 4.9 GHz with a base clock of 100 MHz. This beast of a CPU is equipped with 16 cores and 32 threads with a process size of 7 nm and a TDP of 105W.
Speaking of the price, this flagship item was released in 2020, with a launch price of $799. However, Ryzen 9 5950X’s price recently dropped to $599, $200 below MSRP, which gave customers great news. Its predecessor, Ryzen 5900X, also faced a huge price reduction this week and costs only $379 now.
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As spotted by Twitter User @JirayD, AMD Ryzen Flagship 5950X is now selling for £499 on the German Retail Store, Mindfactory. This costs around $542.99, the lowest price it has ever achieved. It is a difference of around $55, but it still is significant since it has been reduced. Not to mention that all the other stores still don’t sell it at a reduced price except for this German retail store.
With this price drop, more can be expected from AMD since it would allow people on a tighter budget to purchase their dream CPU. However, the arrival of AMD’s latest CPUs, like the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, could also cause a price decline.
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