Pick Up AMD's Ryzen 7 5800X3D For Only $299: Real Deals

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AMD's mighty AM4 gaming CPU — the Ryzen 7 5800X3D is now only $299 on eBay via Antonline's store. If you're on the AM4 platform and want the best CPU for gaming, then the 5800X3D is your best option, thanks to its generous 3D V-Cache that helps to boost performance in games. This is the cheapest price for the 5800X3D currently, but make sure to use the promo code JOLLY15 if you decide to make a purchase. 

The INNOCN 40C1R from Amazon for $399 is a great choice if you are looking to upgrade your display — that is if you have the room on your desk, or a monitor arm strong enough to hold this behemoth. With a 40-inch ultrawide QHD panel and 144Hz refresh rate, this large monitor will be able to provide buttery smooth frames for your gaming, or just give you a large amount of screen space for any work-related tasks. 

If you chew through a lot of large files or data and want something beefy to back up your work, then consider the WD Easystore 14TB External HDD is now available for $199 from Best Buy. It can store a massive 14TB of data via its USB 3.0 connection and is very portable.

See below for more great deals on gaming bundles from Razer and 4K monitors from Dell.

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AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D: now $300 at eBay

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D: now $300 at eBay (was $364)
This is the best price ever on the best current CPU for gaming. The Ryzen 7 5800X3D dominates the competition thanks to its generous 3D V-Cache and sits atop our list of best CPUs for gaming.

INNOCN-40C1R 40-inch Ultrawide QHD Monitor: was $599, now $399 at Amazon

INNOCN-40C1R 40-inch Ultrawide QHD Monitor: was $599, now $399 at Amazon
Grab a massive ultrawide screen with a WQHD 3440 x 1440p resolution that supports a 144Hz refresh rate on a Display Port connection. With its 21:9 ratio, you can expand your view - especially in supported games. 

WD Easystore 14TB External HDD: was $294, now $199 at BestBuy

WD Easystore 14TB External HDD: was $294, now $199 at BestBuy
Plenty of space for backing up your computer data with 14TB of space on this USB 3.0 external HDD from Western Digital. Use this as a backup or use this external enclosure to transport your data. 

Dell S2721QS 27-inch 4K Monitor: was $329, now $249 at Amazon

Dell S2721QS 27-inch 4K Monitor: was $329, now $249 at Amazon
The Dell S2721QS is a 27-inch monitor with a 4K UHD resolution on its 60Hz IPS panel. Featuring AMD FreeSync and connectivity through 2xHDMI and 1xDisplayPort.                              

Razer Next Level Gaming Bundle: was $50, now $35 at Walmart

Razer Next Level Gaming Bundle: was $50, now $35 at Walmart
A great little gaming bundle pack of some of Razers cheaper peripherals. The pack includes the Kraken X Lite wired headset, DeathAdder Essential wired mouse, and the Gigantus V2 medium mouse mat. 

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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.

  • helper800
    I clicked the Ebay link 5 minutes after the article posted and the 5800x3d was US $352.93 not 300 with the provided JOLLY15 code. Does it just not work for me or what?
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  • spongiemaster
    helper800 said:
    I clicked the Ebay link 5 minutes after the article posted and the 5800x3d was US $352.93 not 300 with the provided JOLLY15 code. Does it just not work for me or what?
    You have to add it to your cart and then enter the coupon code during the checkout process. It works.
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  • helper800
    spongiemaster said:
    You have to add it to your cart and then enter the coupon code during the checkout process. It works.
    I found I accidentally included the space before the J in the coupon code. Rookie mistake.
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  • Tennis987
    I have a 5600x with a 3080, play at 1440p. Realistically, what gains could I see with the upgrade?
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  • Roland Of Gilead
    Tennis987 said:
    I have a 5600x with a 3080, play at 1440p. Realistically, what gains could I see with the upgrade?

    Well, depending on what game you're playing it could be anywhere from 5-20%. Here's a couple of example games: RYZEN 7 5800X3D vs RYZEN 5 5600X vs RYZEN 7 5800X | Test in 5 Games | 1440p - YouTube

    But there are a lot of games that don't respond to the extra cache. It's really down to your specific needs. Worth checking what games run better v what you have to see if it's a justifiable upgrade.

    With that said, if we got these deals in Ireland, then I'd be jumping right on that gravy train :tearsofjoy:
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  • logainofhades
    That deal is so tempting.
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  • criticaloftom
    Tennis987 said:
    I have a 5600x with a 3080, play at 1440p. Realistically, what gains could I see with the upgrade?

    Substantial gains.... if you are playing Dwarf Fortress. :P
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  • logainofhades
    criticaloftom said:
    Substantial gains.... if you are playing Dwarf Fortress. :p

    I would see pretty solid gains, in WoW, even over my current 5800x. Poorly threaded titles in general should see substantial gains.
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  • helper800
    logainofhades said:
    I would see pretty solid gains, in WoW, even over my current 5800x. Poorly threaded titles in general should see substantial gains.
    I went from a 3900x > 5800x3d when it came out and it was a massive boost to everything, even 1440p with a 3080. It felt like i got 2 gens of performance increases in games while i got 1 get of CPU general performance increases. It only slightly loses to the 3900x in multi core work.
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