AMD Ryzen 7 2700 Processor with Wraith Max RGB LED Cooler £180.87 (£175 w/fee fee card) delivered @ Amazon Spain
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AMD Ryzen 7 2700 Processor with Wraith Max RGB LED Cooler £180.87 (£175 w/fee fee card) delivered @ Amazon Spain

£180.87£193.867%Amazon Spain Deals
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Posted 6th Oct
Feels like a good price here for the processor from Amazon Spain.

Cheapest per the camels by some distance
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Below indicative price using Amazon's Calculators
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Comparison based onAmazon UK, cheapest its gone is £250 to give you some idea of the price points.

Description
Higher performance. Incredible technology. Intelligent Ryzen processors just got even smarter. The Wraith MAX thermal solution is a beautiful high performance cooler for AMD processors that offers low noise with easy installation and programmable RGB illumination.

Designed for the top of stack Ryzen 7 X-series processors, this thermal solution will allow AMD Sense MI technologies Precision Boost 2 and XFR2 to operate at high levels, and enabling the performance enthusiast buyer to tune performance with an AMD branded thermal solution. Equipped with the Wraith Max thermal solution, both Ryzen processors operate with effectively 200W TDP of thermal solution in place.

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  • Built for gamers, creators, and PC enthusiasts
  • Featuring True Machine Intelligence to optimize responsiveness every millisecond
  • eSports & AAA Title Gamers
  • Content Creators, Artists, and Streamers
  • Prosumers, Enthusiasts, and Mainstream Users
  • Play all your favorite game titles and explore new worlds in VR
  • Create, edit, and stream content with lighting fast responsiveness

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£169.97 on Amazon right now from a 3rd party but fulfilled by Amazon or £169.98 directly from Amazon, the MAX version is of no significant difference as why would you buy this CPU to use with a stock cooler?
Edited by: "mattclarkie" 6th Oct
£169.99 from Scan.
mattclarkie06/10/2019 14:54

£169.97 on Amazon right now from a 3rd party but fulfilled by Amazon or …£169.97 on Amazon right now from a 3rd party but fulfilled by Amazon or £169.98 directly from Amazon, the MAX version is of no significant difference as why would you buy this CPU to use with a stock cooler?


Only its not quite the same processor. The one you refer to is YD2700BBAFBOX
If you're getting this for gaming then just be aware that the AMD 3600 is a lot more recent, handles games better and is a little bit cheaper.
Ridiculous that other Amazons in Europe are cheaper than UK's
Noticed how this seems to have happened over last couple of years and often its cheaper to shop locally than buying from Amazon which was never the case at one time
Avocado_KitKat06/10/2019 20:36

If you're getting this for gaming then just be aware that the AMD 3600 is …If you're getting this for gaming then just be aware that the AMD 3600 is a lot more recent, handles games better and is a little bit cheaper.


It maybe more recent but the 2700X has 4 more cores and for productivity the 2700X is the better CPU. I appreciate that the 3600 is a little better for gaming but unless you are a professional gamer you would never notice if it were me I'd get the 2700X. I still have my launch 1700X and the way AMD drop the prices on there CPU'S is a little hard to take. When i bought mine at launch its was £379 the same as the 2700X and 13 months later £200 cheaper, Intel don't do that. I want a upgrade I'd like the 3900X if I wait 12 months it will be £200 and still a monster of a CPU that will crunch anything Intel drops.
2700x is only £191 on Amazon
polly6907/10/2019 11:41

It maybe more recent but the 2700X has 4 more cores and for productivity …It maybe more recent but the 2700X has 4 more cores and for productivity the 2700X is the better CPU. I appreciate that the 3600 is a little better for gaming but unless you are a professional gamer you would never notice if it were me I'd get the 2700X. I still have my launch 1700X and the way AMD drop the prices on there CPU'S is a little hard to take. When i bought mine at launch its was £379 the same as the 2700X and 13 months later £200 cheaper, Intel don't do that. I want a upgrade I'd like the 3900X if I wait 12 months it will be £200 and still a monster of a CPU that will crunch anything Intel drops.


It has 2 more cores (or 4 more threads).

3600 - 6 Cores (12 Threads).
2700X - 8 Cores (16 Threads).
Would rather pay an extra £10 or so for a 2700x. Or if you mostly game 3600.
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