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ryzen 7 1700x £379.99 @ CCL Online

£379.99 @ CCLOnline
ryzen 7 1700x cpu. £10 cheaper than most other sites i've found taking pre orders and 1.15% cash back from topcashback. yes the real world reviewer benchmarks have yet to be released but if they are e… Read More
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ryzen 7 1700x cpu. £10 cheaper than most other sites i've found taking pre orders and 1.15% cash back from topcashback. yes the real world reviewer benchmarks have yet to be released but if they are even close to what amd have published this is going to finally shake up the cpu market even if it is slightly more tha we were expected to pay
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Some people are never happy, if you posted an Intel 6900K for £500, people would be going mental over how cheap it was, post the AMD equivalent for even less and it's over priced. *shakes head*
17 Likes
powerbrick
Uncommon.Sense
Some people are never happy, if you posted an Intel 6900K for £500, people would be going mental over how cheap it was, post the AMD equivalent for even less and it's over priced. *shakes head*
Well that's right, AMD is a budget brand for peasants is it not?

Closed thinking is the domain of peasants.
[mod] 8 Likes
thetwistedblue
Why has this been expired? Link still working and seller still taking pre orders

The price has Ryzen
Apologies for that, I couldn't actually resist :/
6 Likes
catbeans
Aretak
ShroomHeadToad
All retailers price gouging...
Blame the Brexit thickos for tanking the pound. That's why you're seeing dollar signs straight up replaced with pound ones, especially when you factor in that our prices include tax and US ones don't.
Actually the £ recently is up on the $ and the $ is floundering.
As someone who doesn't get paid in GBP, and has portfolios in four currencies, I'm not sure what you're talking about. The GBP is nowhere near where it was against the US$ a year ago. :D

http://oi64.tinypic.com/2qmj9lk.jpg

Still, I do admire your optimism.

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3 Likes #1
All retailers price gouging...
3 Likes #2
ShroomHeadToad
All retailers price gouging...


Wait for Amazon to fix that. ;)
2 Likes #3
https://ih1.redbubble.net/image.315737250.5836/mug,standard,x400,center-bg,ffffff.jpg
#4
I thought AMD were pricing their CPUs cheaper than Intels ? oO
#5
Hope AM4 boards don't carry the extra £40 price tag :(
3 Likes #6
This isn't price gouging this is the "X".

The intel equivalent is still over a grand isn't it?

Edited By: catbeans on Feb 22, 2017 20:41
1 Like #7
The LGA2011v3 motherboards for Intel chips with 6 or more cores cost around £200 alone.
#8
kester76
I thought AMD were pricing their CPUs cheaper than Intels ? oO


intel equivalent is around £600+ so if just as good it's a bargain and should shake up the market. but still hasn't come out so will have to wait and see
3 Likes #9
kester76
I thought AMD were pricing their CPUs cheaper than Intels ? oO
Yes, but they releasing from the top. This should compete with the i7-6850K which costs about £550 plus needs an expensive socket 2011-3 motherboard which start at around £200.

The lower end chips should be a lot cheaper, but it seems for now they are only making 8 core ones.
The leaked full line up is has the 4C/4T parts starting at $130:
http://blogs-images.forbes.com/antonyleather/files/2017/02/ryzen-prices.jpg?width=960

For now all parts are CPU-only with APUs set to follow much later.

But, yes pre-order tends to meant price-gauging. I'd wait for the full reviews or buy from a place with a great returns policy.
1 Like #10
The ryzen 1700 is £320. Hardly shaking the cpu market up if that competes with a 6700k
2 Likes #11
kester76
I thought AMD were pricing their CPUs cheaper than Intels ? oO
they have
1 Like #12
bbfb123
The ryzen 1700 is £320. Hardly shaking the cpu market up if that competes with a 6700k


the 1400x competes with the i7 and that may cost $200 if rumours are true, but they are all rumours (have a 6700k myself)
#13
If that price list is to be believed, the 1600X looks like the real bargain to me. (highly threaded use cases not withstanding)
3 Likes #14
bbfb123
The ryzen 1700 is £320. Hardly shaking the cpu market up if that competes with a 6700k
otca core vs quad core Humm..
#15
TehJumpingJawa
If that price list is to be believed, the 1600X looks like the real bargain to me. (highly threaded use cases not withstanding)
depends on your usage
#16
Guess we will have to wait and see performance figures but in the past amd have released benchmarks showing their products competing with Intel only to admit after either there's no overclock headroom or the benchmark is altered.

I would truly love to see amd beat Intel though, they've monopolized the market for too long.
3 Likes #18
Is it only me who would nnever buy a cpu without looking at several gaming (thats what i would want it for) independent benchmarks .
Especialy amd as their last processors were dissapointing and intel processors are always a boring 10% ish better than last gen (so you know what your getting with intel)
1 Like #19
I was going to buy a i5 7600k... what's the most comparable ryzen card, and what can I save / what benefits are there of choosing that rather than the i5?

Also... Ryzen motherboards. Where!?
1 Like #20
Poor price, expect X1800 for that money
#21
codnan
Is it only me who would nnever buy a cpu without looking at several gaming (thats what i would want it for) independent benchmarks .
Especialy amd as their last processors were dissapointing and intel processors are always a boring 10% ish better than last gen (so you know what your getting with intel)

Well it's a pretty order so if its parp when the media ban lifts on the 28th cancel.
28 Likes #22
Some people are never happy, if you posted an Intel 6900K for £500, people would be going mental over how cheap it was, post the AMD equivalent for even less and it's over priced. *shakes head*
2 Likes #23
catbeans
This isn't price gouging this is the "X".
The intel equivalent is still over a grand isn't it?

Yep, but you have to ask yourself if Intel's top end CPU's £1000 +/- price tag was realistic to begin with?

Intel have literally been allowed to run wild with their pricing over the years on high CPU's because they've had NO competitors at that level.

So all everyone is doing now is comparing something which is probably priced around the right sort of price with regards to AMD, versus Intels (extreme) pricing which they've been allowed to get away with through lack of competition for all these years.

We will soon see whether Intel truly believes those top end CPU's were really worth as much as they've been getting away with charging us, the obvious telltale sign will be whether they drop their prices or not. I think the whole world knows that's going to happen. X)
2 Likes #24
Nice to see CCL Setting the best price.. Scan, Amazon and Overclockers takes the p*** as per usual.
3 Likes #25
Waiting for 1500/1600/1600X prices, they are more in line with my budget and should go along nicely with the RX480.
#26
Gkains

The leaked full line up is has the 4C/4T parts starting at $130:http://blogs-images.forbes.com/antonyleather/files/2017/02/ryzen-prices.jpg?width=960

Pretty sure all Ryzen 7s have 20MiB cache?
2 Likes #27
ukez
catbeans
This isn't price gouging this is the "X".
The intel equivalent is still over a grand isn't it?
Yep, but you have to ask yourself if Intel's top end CPU's £1000 +/- price tag was realistic to begin with?
Intel have literally been allowed to run wild with their pricing over the years on high CPU's because they've had NO competitors at that level.
So all everyone is doing now is comparing something which is probably priced around the right sort of price with regards to AMD, versus Intels (extreme) pricing which they've been allowed to get away with through lack of competition for all these years.
We will soon see whether Intel truly believes those top end CPU's were really worth as much as they've been getting away with charging us, the obvious telltale sign will be whether they drop their prices or not. I think the whole world knows that's going to happen. X)

IMO Yes it *was* worth the price, they are premium chips with low production numbers and great performance and yes with no competition, that's how it works. For want of better language it was never meant for plebs and saying is it worth it is like saying is a Rolex worth it over a £100 watch, Rolexs sell, so simple answer yes. The chips sold, so simple answer yes, that's how price points work.

It's enthusiast/production level technology, I am blown away AMD can offer this at that price and now it's Intel's move.
#28
Uncommon.Sense
Some people are never happy, if you posted an Intel 6900K for £500, people would be going mental over how cheap it was, post the AMD equivalent for even less and it's over priced. *shakes head*

Well that's right, AMD is a budget brand for peasants is it not?
17 Likes #29
powerbrick
Uncommon.Sense
Some people are never happy, if you posted an Intel 6900K for £500, people would be going mental over how cheap it was, post the AMD equivalent for even less and it's over priced. *shakes head*
Well that's right, AMD is a budget brand for peasants is it not?

Closed thinking is the domain of peasants.
#30
vardx
I was going to buy a i5 7600k... what's the most comparable ryzen card, and what can I save / what benefits are there of choosing that rather than the i5?
Also... Ryzen motherboards. Where!?
Ryzen motherboards pre-order here
#31
thekanester
powerbrick
Uncommon.Sense
Some people are never happy, if you posted an Intel 6900K for £500, people would be going mental over how cheap it was, post the AMD equivalent for even less and it's over priced. *shakes head*
Well that's right, AMD is a budget brand for peasants is it not?
Closed thinking is the domain of peasants.

Get that from a fortune cookie?
#32
tempt
vardx
I was going to buy a i5 7600k... what's the most comparable ryzen card, and what can I save / what benefits are there of choosing that rather than the i5?
Also... Ryzen motherboards. Where!?
Ryzen motherboards pre-order here

ooooh, all of two brands, go Overclockers :p (Scan has more)
#33
Bear in mind that all Ryzen chips are reputedly unlocked, so paying this much extra for the X variant could be a mistake.

We'll have to see what the reviews say about how useful XFR is
#34
EndlessWaves
Bear in mind that all Ryzen chips are reputedly unlocked, so paying this much extra for the X variant could be a mistake.
We'll have to see what the reviews say about how useful XFR is

Ive ordered the 1700x and ordered from Amazon, i hope amazon price match CCL but Amazons legendary Curtomer Service is worth the £10 Extra if that chip goes wrong 364 days later Amazon will replace or refund the money no problems at all. There's a lot of negative comments about Ryzen and the prices but if all the reviews are to be believed it will be worth the money and then some some people on here want everything for nothing, that's why i've ordered from Amazon aswell because when reviews hit if its not all its cracked upto be i will send it back unopened for a full refund
4 Likes #35
ShroomHeadToad
All retailers price gouging...
Blame the Brexit thickos for tanking the pound. That's why you're seeing dollar signs straight up replaced with pound ones, especially when you factor in that our prices include tax and US ones don't.
1 Like #36
Aretak
ShroomHeadToad
All retailers price gouging...
Blame the Brexit thickos for tanking the pound. That's why you're seeing dollar signs straight up replaced with pound ones, especially when you factor in that our prices include tax and US ones don't.

Actually the £ recently is up on the $ and the $ is floundering.
6 Likes #37
catbeans
Aretak
ShroomHeadToad
All retailers price gouging...
Blame the Brexit thickos for tanking the pound. That's why you're seeing dollar signs straight up replaced with pound ones, especially when you factor in that our prices include tax and US ones don't.
Actually the £ recently is up on the $ and the $ is floundering.
As someone who doesn't get paid in GBP, and has portfolios in four currencies, I'm not sure what you're talking about. The GBP is nowhere near where it was against the US$ a year ago. :D

http://oi64.tinypic.com/2qmj9lk.jpg

Still, I do admire your optimism.
#38
wccftech here we come!
seriously guyz get a grip

Question for y'all
If you u have a product which is £1,000. But it gets a discount of £50, so goes down to £950. It's real worth is say £500. Is this a good deal, because it's the cheapest anywhere? or a terrible deal as it's not worth anywhere near that after the discount and there are competiting products, half that amount?

Then you can ask, is this AMD CPU a good deal? yes or no?
what makes a good deal, value for money or discount off original prices?

oO
1 Like #39
tahir_owen
wccftech here we come!
seriously guyz get a grip
Question for y'all
If you u have a product which is £1,000. But it gets a discount of £50, so goes down to £950. It's real worth is say £500. Is this a good deal, because it's the cheapest anywhere? or a terrible deal as it's not worth anywhere near that after the discount and there are competiting products, half that amount?
Then you can ask, is this AMD CPU a good deal? yes or no?
what makes a good deal, value for money or discount off original prices?oO
https://media3.giphy.com/media/xT1XGDDusvpE2Hrbfq/200w.gif#6
#40
ukez
tahir_owen
wccftech here we come!
seriously guyz get a grip
Question for y'all
If you u have a product which is £1,000. But it gets a discount of £50, so goes down to £950. It's real worth is say £500. Is this a good deal, because it's the cheapest anywhere? or a terrible deal as it's not worth anywhere near that after the discount and there are competiting products, half that amount?
Then you can ask, is this AMD CPU a good deal? yes or no?
what makes a good deal, value for money or discount off original prices?oO
https://media3.giphy.com/media/xT1XGDDusvpE2Hrbfq/200w.gif#6

That bad eh? :p

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