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Best Black Friday CPU Deals

CPU Deals
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Arguably the most important component in any computer (along with the graphics card if you're a gamer), your CPU has the most impact on performance. If you’re planning a new PC Build, perhaps one of the best PC builds, anytime soon, this Black Friday deals season, which is already underway, should yield some good processor discounts, all of which we are tracking below.

This Black Friday season, we’re also seeing some solid deals on current-gen chips from Intel, as well as and AMD’s 2nd and 3rd Gen Ryzen chips. The brand new Ryzen 5000 series processors provide epic upgrades in performance (see our review of the Ryzen 9 5950X and Ryzen 9 5900X), but we don’t expect to find big discounts on them -- it may be tough to find them in stock at all.

Below, we’re rounding up the best Black Friday CPU deals, from sales on low-end chips to high-end, mutli-core productivity monsters like those you’ll find on our best CPUs page or high atop or CPU benchmark hiearchy

For more savings, check out lists of best Black Friday tech deals overall, best Black Friday SSD deals, best Black Friday monitor deals, best Black Friday laptop deals and best black Friday gaming PC deals

AMD Ryzen 9 3900X: was $459, now $419 @Newegg
If you've had an eye out for a good 3rd Gen Ryzen CPU, check out this discount on the AMD Ryzen 9 3900X processor. It can reach 4.6GHz when boosted and comes with a Wraith Prism stock cooler.View Deal

AMD Ryzen 7 3800X: was $399, now $334 @Newegg
When boosted, this CPU can reach an operating frequency as high as 4.5GHz. It's currently marked down to just $334 at Newegg.View Deal

Intel Core i7-9700K: was $309, now $259 @Newegg
This processor is marked down to just $259 at Newegg. Use promo code EMCGGFF39 to lock in this discount.View Deal

AMD RYZEN 5 2600: was $199, now $149 @Newegg
This is a 2nd Gen Ryzen processor that requires a motherboard with an AM4 socket. When boosted, it can reach 3.9GHz.View Deal

Intel Core i7-9700: was $391, now $285 @Amazon
If you want processing power, check out this offer on the Intel Core i7-9700. It has 8 cores, 8 threads and can reach up to 4.7GHz.View Deal

AMD Ryzen 7 3700X: was $329, now $279 @Newegg
This 65W processor boats 8 cores and 16 threads, along with a 4.4-GHz maximum boost clock. Be sure to use promo code BFRDAY79 at checkout.
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Intel Core i7-10700K: was $399, now $364 @Newegg
A fantastic processor for 1080p gaming, the Core i7-10700K boasts a 5.1-GHz boost clock speed with 8 cores and 16 threads. It comes free with Marvel's Avengers. Use promo code BFRDAY28 to lock in this deal.View Deal

AMD Zen 3 Ryzen 5000 Series CPUs

AMD's brand new Ryzen 5000 series CPUs, which range from the Ryzen 5 5600X on the low end to the Ryzen 9 5950X on the high end are slowly rolling out to stores. As we write this, most if not all are out of stock, but check the dynamic widgets below for up-to-date information on each.

  • HideOut
    I love reading these hot sales when THG posts them. It reminds me how far (down) the site has gone. More worried about getting revenue from the kickbacks than actual tech sales. For example, that now outdated 3700X was 255ish about two months ago. This isn't much of a sale at all. The 3400g is two+ generations old and only about $20ish off original MSRP.
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  • CaptainChumly
    HideOut said:
    I love reading these hot sales when THG posts them. It reminds me how far (down) the site has gone. More worried about getting revenue from the kickbacks than actual tech sales. For example, that now outdated 3700X was 255ish about two months ago. This isn't much of a sale at all. The 3400g is two+ generations old and only about $20ish off original MSRP.
    Who hurt you?
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  • digitalgriffin
    Ryzen 2600 $149
    Ryzen 3400g $139 (in and out of stock quickly)

    https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Ryzen+2600
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  • digitalgriffin
    HideOut said:
    I love reading these hot sales when THG posts them. It reminds me how far (down) the site has gone. More worried about getting revenue from the kickbacks than actual tech sales. For example, that now outdated 3700X was 255ish about two months ago. This isn't much of a sale at all. The 3400g is two+ generations old and only about $20ish off original MSRP.

    If it's below common street price, it's a deal. It may not be a super deal, but it's a deal.

    The 3400g is Zen+. I will admit it's old. But you won't get anything faster because 7nm 4000 series is reserved for OEM's. For a SOHO/Net appliance server it's more than adequate.
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  • retiredat44
    sad... I need some computer stuff, and nothing I need is on sale.... need i-7 7700k cpu, the sale I see is only like a couple dollars at best off... need new flight gear, the prices are really jacked up bad on that stuff... really crappy sales this year.... !
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