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Get the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X Processor for the Lowest Ever Price

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X
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When it comes to picking the best gaming CPU for your high performance build, AMD’s Ryzen chips are a good way to go , and they're even better with discounts like this.

Right now, the current-gen AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU is available for just $368 at Newegg, which is a huge $81 saving.

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X: was $449.99, now $368.99 at Newegg with code SLKDLS5625
This 3.8GHz 8-core, 16-thread CPU offers impressive performance for any high-FPS gaming rigs, along with PCIe gen 4 support, a boost clock up to 4.7GHz and support for overclocking.View Deal

As you can read in our AMD Ryzen 7 5800X review, we’re big fans of the capability this CPU brings to any build. From its strong gaming performance and impressive power efficiency, to the ease of overclocking and PCIe Gen4 support, it rightly earned a 4-star rating.

Our main criticism was the price, which this discount goes some way towards answering, so don’t miss out!

Jason England

Jason is a deals writer at Tom's Hardware — bringing a decade of tech and gaming journalism to the role. He specializes in making sure you never pay more than you should for PC components and tech! He has previously written for other publications like Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus and in his spare time, you'll find him looking for good dogs to pet or eating pizza in his home town of Nottingham, UK.

  • Makaveli
    That is a great price. I paid $650 CAD for mine in Jan 2021 then sold my 3800X for $400 so cost to me was $250.

    Hard to pass it up at that $368 price if you are on AM4 and not using a Zen 3 cpu.
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  • helper800
    Makaveli said:
    That is a great price. I paid $650 CAD for mine in Jan 2021 then sold my 3800X for $400 so cost to me was $250.

    Hard to pass it up at that $368 price if you are on AM4 and not using a Zen 3 cpu.
    I am still on my 3900x and will probably not upgrade until the extra cache versions of 5000 series come out, if they are going to come out. I am planning on keeping my current PC for the next 6+ years so I mind as well wait until the penultimate AM4 CPUs hit the market to replace the 3900x. The sales on the 5000 series are tempting though.
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  • Makaveli
    helper800 said:
    I am still on my 3900x and will probably not upgrade until the extra cache versions of 5000 series come out, if they are going to come out. I am planning on keeping my current PC for the next 6+ years so I mind as well wait until the penultimate AM4 CPUs hit the market to replace the 3900x. The sales on the 5000 series are tempting though.

    Depending on Price I will probably move up to a 3d cache model and resell my 5800X like I did the 3800X. Love AMD for staying on this socket so long I will have gone thru 3 generations on 1 board.
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  • wifiburger
    meh.... not worth it ! not cheap enough

    I'm in no rush to upgrade, 3900x is fine for 4K gaming and Alderlake will force AMD to heavy discount those 1year+ old Zen3 cpus !
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  • Alvar "Miles" Udell
    I'm waiting to see how AMD really responds to Adder Lake before I consider moving off my 3700X. 20% faster isn't worth near $400 after tax, not when the 3000 series supports PCIe 4 and the full feature set of the X570S motherboards.
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  • weezedog
    You can get the 5800x brand new from ANTOnline‘s eBay store for $349 with free shipping. ANTOnline is a very well know and reputable seller and authorized AMD reseller. They pretty much have the best price anywhere for the 5800x and 5600x.
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  • kal326
    "Lowest price ever", might need an * on that one. As Microcenter has had these in stock and priced at $349 for a while now. As well as authorized AMD resellers on eBay.
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