AMD's Ryzen 7 5700G Down to $232: Real Deals

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The new 7000-series of Ryzen processors are out in the wild, and there are only a few options available. But it's not cheap to fully upgrade to a new platform at the moment, so you might be interested in upgrading an existing AM4 system, or even just building a new budget AM4 rig rather than becoming an early adopter of AM5.

AMD's Ryzen 7 5700G is down to $232 (opens in new tab) at Amazon right now and even comes with a Wraith Stealth air cooler in the box. This APU also has a built-in graphics, so it can be used without a discrete GPU. 

The Asus ROG M16 Zephyrus is down to $1,549 (opens in new tab) at Best Buy. With an Intel i9 processor and RTX 3060 GPU, this laptop is built for mobile gaming. 

If you're looking for a good price on some RAM then TeamGroup's T-Force Vulcan Z 32GB DDR4 3200MHz RAM kit is priced nicely at just $79 (opens in new tab). 32GB is more than enough for most tasks and offers a little future-proofing.

Have a look at even more real deals below:

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AMD Ryzen 7 5700G:  was $359, now $232 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

AMD Ryzen 7 5700G: was $359, now $232 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This eight-core 16-thread processor has a 4.6 GHz boost clock and is now reduced in price to just $232, a great price point for Ryzen owners with first- or second-gen systems. This chip comes with all the latest features, like support for overclocking and PCIe 4.0. 

Asus ROG M16 Zephyrus: was $1,849, now $1,549 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)

Asus ROG M16 Zephyrus: was $1,849, now $1,549 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
This powerhouse comes armed with a gorgeous 16-inch 16:10 display with a 165Hz refresh rate, Intel Core i9 CPU, 16GB RAM and a 1TB SSD.

TeamGroup T-Force Vulcan Z 32GB DDR4 3200MHz RAM: was $89, now $79 at Newegg (opens in new tab)

TeamGroup T-Force Vulcan Z 32GB DDR4 3200MHz RAM: was $89, now $79 at Newegg (opens in new tab)
Get 32GB of DDR4 RAM for your build at a great price. Supporting XMP 2.0 and coming in 2x16 GB sticks, the T-Force Vulcan Z set also has timings of 16-20-20-40 and a CAS latency of 16.

Razer Atheris Ambidextrous Wireless Mouse: was $59, now $36 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Razer Atheris Ambidextrous Wireless Mouse: was $59, now $36 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This small ambidextrous mouse has a 7200 DPI optical sensor and impressive battery life of 350 hours. You can connect wirelessly over a dongle or Bluetooth. And the real selling point: The mouse looks like a Star Wars Stormtrooper helmet!

Super Flower Leadex Platinum 80+ 850W PSU: was $199, now $129 at Newegg with promo code (opens in new tab)

Super Flower Leadex Platinum 80+ 850W PSU: was $199, now $129 at Newegg with promo code (opens in new tab)
This fully modular power supply is Platinum rated and comes with an impressive 10-year warranty. It can even be set to run quietly in silent mode when it's not using all of its power. 

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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.

  • helper800
    I wouldn't spend more than 120 dollars for a 5700g at this point.
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  • wifiburger
    aren't those Zen2 & PCIE3 only ? .... 232$ nice try AMD
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  • helper800
    wifiburger said:
    aren't those Zen2 & PCIE3 only ? .... 232$ nice try AMD
    To be fair PCIe 3.0 isn't bad for anything other than faster storage options of 4.0 and higher.
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  • excusemybelly
    wifiburger said:
    aren't those Zen2 & PCIE3 only ? .... 232$ nice try AMD
    Right on some points. https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/amd-ryzen-7-5700g-review
    It's Zen 3 and PCI-e 3. But also right that it should come down in price further. PCI-e 3 probably not a problem if integrated graphics all you need.
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  • 4freedomssake
    When looking for real deals, can you start throwing in some mini PC's if there's spotted? I have my main rig, but would just like to hook up a small one for a HTPC.
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  • Tom Sunday
    helper800 said:
    I wouldn't spend more than 120 dollars for a 5700g at this point.

    Its all about the money! Most certainly and to be sure I am clearly not an INTEL/AMD fan. I let my limited cash unfortunately make that decision. But I stopped by at 'Best Buy' today and talked with several sales people and specifically about the new Ryzen line-up stacked tidily in the glass cages. Peggy at the Geek Squad counter said: “All of the new Ryzen 7000 series are not exactly selling out and are not moving off the shelves as we all had expected. And especially the Ryzen 7 5800Xs and Ryzen 9 5950Xs. Even the Ryzen 5 5600X and Ryzen 9 5900X sold rather sparingly! So we maintain to have plenty of stock and there has been talk of special AMD sales promotions being scheduled shortly.“

    A sales person with a nametag Tony said: “Prices and necessary MB and memory upgrading are hard to digest by the buyers. Our sales of available GPU’s has also been disappointing and we hope that the new 4090 generation may give us an uplift and along with the arrival of the Intel Arc and Raptor Lake products?”

    What can I say, but the elephant in the room still remains in having a good fulltime job with security and benefits, besides a small cash cushion in these unpredictable down-times of the economy! Jobs which many still relegated WFH folks and part-time workers have been hoping for!
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  • neojack
    The article explicitely cited owners of 2nd gen Ryzen as targets.

    As such owner, my only interest would be for a discounted 5800X3D, because it's the best DDR4 CPU in the world, and for the additionnal performance in VR.
    kinda same as how the i7 4770k was : best cpu on DDR3

    Appart from VR, I never ever felt CPU-bound in any game or app since i have my 2700x
    But 500$ for better VR is too expensive to justify for now.

    amazon.ca ranks the 5800X3D as no1 product in the processor category. I guess my fellow canadian citizens are rich lol
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