Unfortunately, this deal has expired 6 June 2023.
Posted 26 May 2023

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X Processor (8C/16T, 36MB Cache, Up to 4.7 GHz Max Boost) £179.97 @ Amazon

Free ·
l2wis's avatar
Shared by
Joined in 2013

About this deal

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

More AMD Ryzen deals

Find more like this

See all deals

Discover more deals on our homepage

This is the lowest price I’ve seen this processor for sale. Nice upgrade for an AM4 socket PC.

Full-filled by Amazon.

Camel camel camel price history here: uk.camelcamelcamel.com/pro…SGK

Added by @cyberbabenilorac

From the manufacturer4140939_1.jpg
  • The fastest in the game
  • Get the high-speed gaming performance of the world’s best desktop processor
  • Testing by AMD performance labs as of 9/2/2020 based on the average FPS of 40 PC games at 1920x1080 with the High image quality preset using an AMD Ryzen 9 5900X processor vs. Core i9-10900K. Results may vary. R5K-002
  • OS support: Windows 10 - 64-Bit Edition RHEL x86 64-Bit and Ubuntu x86 64-Bit

Amazon More details at

Community Updates
Edited by a community support team member, 26 May 2023
New Comment


sorted by
's avatar
  1. toge's avatar
    5700X superior to this imo but I'm just one guy, do research and inform yourself before your purchasing decision.

    5700X runs within 5% of this in gaming and is tonnes cooler (edited)
    moog's avatar
    I have both. The 5700x runs cooler as it has a lower TDP. The 5800x is slightly faster. You can tune the 5700x to same performance as 5800x but uses less energy although you are not going to save the planet with the saving.
    You may be able to tune the 5800x for more performance if you have good cooling and are not fussed about consumption.
    Both a great CPU's though.
  2. ddaann_99's avatar
    If buying this then consider getting some decent thermal paste and have a look at coolers that come with an offset adapter plate that shifts the centre of the coolers cold plate to the hottest part of the CPU. Makes a big difference to temperatures as this model is prone to running hot by design and can even end up thermal throttling under heavy loads if not sufficiently cooled. (edited)
  3. jonagon's avatar
    I don't need this right now but see it as the ultimate consumer grade (excluding the extended 3D cache esports models) CPU for my A320 motherboard.

    How much cheaper will these get to purchase new?

    What happened to 1700, 1800, 2700, 2800, 3700, 3800?

    I see the 3600 available for about £75 new, and that's nearly 5600 performance. We even see deals for it on hukd.

    So, yeah, what happened to retail 3700, 3800 etc? The 3700 still appears to cost about £300 new. Is it because it is not "for the people" like the 3600 is for, that AMD just decided it didn't want to bother making any more?
    toge's avatar
    The 3600 is no where near the 5600.
  4. miaomiaobaubau's avatar
    At the same price and in reality for less the 5700x is a better choice, I got both. Also I must recommend to not get involved in the silly idea to go for a 5600x as few pound less would also give you a lot less power or anyway it would make a substantial difference if a top gpu is in use. (edited)
  5. Supaboii's avatar
    I currently have a Ryzen 7 3700x, is 5800x worth the upgrade?
    toge's avatar
    Without knowing what you do with your pc how can we advise you???
's avatar