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Labor Day Discount Brings AMD’s Ryzen 7 5800X3D Down to its Lowest Price Ever, $365: Real Deals

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Having already covered a price drop on the 5800X3D this week, it's a surprise to see its price fall even further. But, thanks to a Labor Day sale (and looming Ryzen 7000 availability), you can now pick up AMD's Ryzen 7 5800X3D on eBay (via seller Antonline) for just $365 (opens in new tab) , thanks to a 15% Labor Day discount. One of the best gaming CPUs (opens in new tab) just got a lot more attractive at this price and is a fantastic upgrade for an older AM4 gaming system. 

Gigabytes 48-Inch Aorus FO48U 4K OLED monitor is available for a staggeringly low price of $599 (opens in new tab) at the moment from Newegg if you apply the $100 promo code LDYBW2236 at the checkout and make use of the $200 rebate option. Although I'm not a fan of rebates, sometimes it's worth the effort for savings like this. Check out our review of the Aorus FO48U (opens in new tab) and see why we thought it worthy of an Editors Choice award. 

Power up your rig with an EVGA 220 P2 SuperNOVA 650W modular PSU for $69 (opens in new tab). This 80 Plus Platinum-rated PSU is a superb pick for a new system build at this price.

We have even more great deals on headsets and RAM below, so scroll on for more details.  

TL;DR — Today’s Best Deals

Today’s best deals in detail

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AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D: was $449, now $365 at eBay via Antonline (opens in new tab)
The AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D uses eight cores and 16-threads with a max boost clock of up to 4.5GHz. What makes this chip different is a new 3D-stacked SRAM technology that employs a total of 96MB of L3 cache to give the 5800X3D amazing gaming performance.

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Aorus FO48U 4K OLED 48-Inch: was $1,499, now $599 at Newegg with promo code and rebate (opens in new tab)
This 48-inch 4K OLED monitor with 120Hz Refresh Rate, 1ms (GTG) Response Time, HDMI 2.1, and support for FreeSync Premium is on sale for a fantastic price.  Other features include 10-bit color / 98% DCI-P3 / 130% sRGB, and a KVM feature with USB Type-C to control multiple devices. Check out our Aorus FO48U review (opens in new tab) to see why we gave it our Editors choice award. 

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EVGA 220 P2 SuperNOVA 650W Modular PSU: was $179, now $69 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
EVGA's modular SuperNOVA PSU features a 650W output and modular cabling for less clutter and better airflow inside your case. This unit is 80 PLUS platinum certified and comes with EVGA's 10-year manufacturer's warranty for peace of mind. 

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HyperX Cloud Core Wireless Gaming Headset: was $99, now $49 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
With durable aluminum construction and comfortable memory foam ear cushions, the HyperX Cloud core comes from a stable of great headsets. The Cloud Core itself offers a 20-hour battery life and a wireless connection over a 2.4GHz frequency. The mic is also detachable if you just want to listen to music. 

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Corsair Vengeance 32GB DDR5 5600MHz RAM: was $229, now $166 at Newegg with promo code (opens in new tab)
Coming in 2x 16GB sticks of RAM this DDR5 Corsair Vengeance RAM kit offers Intel custom XMP 3.0 profiles, a CAS latency of 36 and 36-36-36-76 timings. 

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Stewart Bendle
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Stewart Bendle is a deals writer at Tom's Hardware. A firm believer in “Bang for the buck” Stewart likes to research the best prices for hardware and build PCs that have a great price for performance ratio.

  • Alvar "Miles" Udell
    It is not fair that Gigabyte's 48" OLED gaming display is $599.99 after rebates and promo, and their 32" LCD gaming monitor is $699.99...
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  • escksu
    Nay $365 is too expensive considering Zen 4 is out. The cache cannot overclock the lower clocks and its mainly for gaming only....
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  • hannibal
    escksu said:
    Nay $365 is too expensive considering Zen 4 is out. The cache cannot overclock the lower clocks and its mainly for gaming only....

    The problem is that any 3d cache version can not be very cheap because it is so much more expensive to produce...
    But if you mainly game. 5800x3d is very, very good option! But it never will be really cheap.
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  • escksu
    hannibal said:
    The problem is that any 3d cache version can not be very cheap because it is so much more expensive to produce...
    But if you mainly game. 5800x3d is very, very good option! But it never will be really cheap.

    The problem is that zen4 will be faster in everything. So unless you have an old CPU and wants to just upgrade it, the. It makes sense to buy 5800x3d.
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  • hannibal
    Based on leak... Zen4 is not faster in games... But yeah. If you are planning new computer, no point on going back.
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  • logainofhades
    hannibal said:
    Based on leak... Zen4 is not faster in games... But yeah. If you are planning new computer, no point on going back.

    Based on AMD's own numbers actually, yes it is faster, in everything.


    Zen 4 is going to cost a lot more when you consider the overall platform costs. DDR5 often can cost twice as much as DDR4, for the same capacity. Boards are going to be pricey too. It would be cheaper to build a 5800x3d system, than what it would cost to build even a 7600x system. The 7600x would be slightly faster, in gaming, but from a price/performance standpoint, not fast enough for the added cost, and the growing pains, of a new platform. Even 12th gen is a bit wonky, with DDR5, still. Just because something shiny and new is coming, doesn't make what is currently available obsolete.
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