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Ryzen 5000 Series CPUs Appear in UK Retailer Listings

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CCLOnline, a UK based online retailer has begun listing the all-new Zen 3 Ryzen 5000 series CPUs on its website. Ranging from the 5600X all the way to the 5950X. The launch date for these CPUs is November 5th, so it's not surprising stores are preparing early in advance for this launch. The hype around Ryzen 5000 has been huge and we expect retailers to be gearing up for release. Let's hope this time it won't end up like the RTX 3080 launch.

CCLOnline shows each Ryzen 5000 CPU as "coming soon" without any pricing information. However, a funny glitch allows you to see the prices if you view each Ryzen 5000 SKU's product page, then scroll down to the "You recently viewed these items.." area, the prices will reveal themselves. The Ryzen 5 5600X is priced at £310.69, the Ryzen 7 5800X at £466.57, Ryzen 9 5900X at £570.47, and the Ryzen 9 5950X at £830.26. Don't read too much into these "placeholder" prices, the real prices will be known nearer to release.

The launch date for these CPUs is November 5th, so get your wallets ready if you want one.

  • firefyte
    Finnish retailer Jimms already lists prices for all to see Here
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  • Fade123
    In Norway too...
    https://www.proshop.no/Prosessor?b=amd
    5950X - 9 490,00 NOK = 1038 USD
    5900X - 6 390,00 NOK = 699 USD
    5800X - 5 190,00 NOK = 568 USD
    5600X - 3 499,00 NOK = 383 USD
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  • Barchager
    In Denmark too:
    https://www.proshop.dk/?b=amd&pre=0&s=amd&inv=0
    5950X - 6.399,00 DKK = 1012 USD
    5900X - 4.299,00 DKK = 680 USD
    5800X - 3.499,00 DKK = 553 USD
    5600X - 2.349,00 DKK = 371 USD
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  • sizzling
    Clearly not the actual prices and nothing more useful than an educated guess.
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  • InvalidError
    sizzling said:
    Clearly not the actual prices and nothing more useful than an educated guess.
    No guessing necessary, AMD announced its 5000-series MSRPs in its launch event a few days ago.
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  • sizzling
    InvalidError said:
    No guessing necessary, AMD announced its 5000-series MSRPs in its launch event a few days ago.
    In GBP? And MSRP as we all know is fairly meaningless.
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  • InvalidError
    sizzling said:
    In GBP? And MSRP as we all know is fairly meaningless.
    Most other countries get screwed over on pricing, especially at launch. Also got to keep in mind that in much of Europe, taxes are often baked into retail prices, so it makes sense for them to be much higher than direct exchange rate to USD.
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  • sizzling
    InvalidError said:
    Most other countries get screwed over on pricing, especially at launch. Also got to keep in mind that in much of Europe, taxes are often baked into retail prices, so it makes sense for them to be much higher than direct exchange rate to USD.

    I know this and just strengthens my point
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  • shady28
    sizzling said:
    In GBP? And MSRP as we all know is fairly meaningless.

    Question. I know about VAT and so on, but when someone advertises for say 350 Euro in Europe, outside of shipping do you actually pay 350 Euro? Or do you pay 350 Euro + some other kind of tax?

    I'm just asking because, like the 3600X for example MSRP $300. If you live in California in the USA, you may well wind up paying $330-$340 because sales tax there is high. In some other states, the total might be as little as $315 because sales tax is low. It's got me wondering what the real difference in tax is.
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  • InvalidError
    shady28 said:
    Question. I know about VAT and so on, but when someone advertises for say 350 Euro in Europe, outside of shipping do you actually pay 350 Euro? Or do you pay 350 Euro + some other kind of tax?
    Varies by jurisdiction. Retailer's choice in some, baked-in by law in others. In some countries, there are exceptions to things that must/must not have taxes baked into their prices. In the UK, VAT is usually baked-in.
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