Ryzen 7 2700X with Wraith Prism @ Amazon £279.99, potential for £266.99 read OP.
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Ryzen 7 2700X with Wraith Prism @ Amazon £279.99, potential for £266.99 read OP.

£279.99Amazon Deals
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Found 1st MayEdited by:"gupsterg"
Potential for purchase price of £266.99.

i) Instore topup of £40 or more to Amazon Giftcard balance could yield £10 FOC. (Note: must be first instore topup, as had been a while since I last snagged this promo CS honured it even though it did not automatically occur)

ii) Vouchercodes.co.uk also have offer of £3 eGift voucher for orders over £20.

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Nice to see Amazon finally price matched other retailers such as Ebuyer who have been selling it for this price since release.
Wraith Prism - arf!

AMD's head of branding: "OK guys. Make it sound cool to nerds. Briefing over".
Agree they needed to drop/match others. I also had some GC bought when Morrisons had bonus points, so had been looking for Amazon to do a deal. I purchased prior to this drop though , £289.99. So as I got the £10 off plus ~10% cheaper GC = £250.99.

IMO if you don't need the prism there is a further potential for clawing back some more £. I sold off a Wraith Spire RGB back when bought a R7 1700 at launch for £50. I had a FVF of £1 promo at the time and used cheapest postage. There have already been some listings for the prism on ebay.
Edited by: "gupsterg" 1st May
Themadcow38 m ago

Wraith Prism - arf!AMD's head of branding: "OK guys. Make it sound cool to …Wraith Prism - arf!AMD's head of branding: "OK guys. Make it sound cool to nerds. Briefing over".


Sorry, "themadcow".
Themadcow57 m ago

Wraith Prism - arf!AMD's head of branding: "OK guys. Make it sound cool to …Wraith Prism - arf!AMD's head of branding: "OK guys. Make it sound cool to nerds. Briefing over".


I think the benchmark of this makes it sound cool to nerds personally.
Edited by: "whopaysrrp" 1st May
ritchiedrama52 m ago

Sorry, "themadcow".


Pfff, you make it sound like that name was given to a Tauren Shaman on WoW or something nerdy like that. Definitely not, no way.
whopaysrrp2 h, 43 m ago

I think the benchmark of this makes it sound cool to nerds personally.


It absolutely does. My current dual sandybridge xeon setup gets 1900 cinebench points. This gets within 5% of that while consuming less than half the power. Very cool indeed.
Just waiting for the Intel brigade to arrive and attempt to start an argument.
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