ryzen+ processors starting at £178.69 delivered @ Overclockers
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Found 13th Apr
AMD Ryzen 2 Pinnacle Ridge series. Available 19/04/2018.


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Cheaper at Scan....
Fair play AMD. I have an R7 1700 and they've priced these fairly in my opinion.
Peejay12345 m ago

Cheaper at Scan....

2700 seems to be cheaper from ccl compared to both scan and ocuk so far beating scan by a few £
CCL is more expensive for 2700X and same price for 2700.
A $30 dollar price diff between X & non-X in the US is £40-~£50 here!!
Edited by: "belsibub" 13th Apr
Going to the states next week and was thinking of grabbing a 2600. Tried looking but can't see a definitive answer: Does this chip have international warranty? tia
Glix39 m ago

Cold for lack of effort in post. At least list the price so we can check …Cold for lack of effort in post. At least list the price so we can check what it is and what it was.[Image] AMD Ryzen 7 Eight Core 2700X 4.35GHz (Socket AM4) Processor - Retail **PRODUCT WILL SHIP 19/04/18**£299.99*[Image] AMD Ryzen 7 Eight Core 2700 4.10GHz (Socket AM4) Processor - Retail **PRODUCT WILL SHIP 19/04/18**£259.99*[Image] AMD Ryzen 5 Six Core 2600X 4.20GHz (Socket AM4) Processor - Retail **PRODUCT WILL SHIP 19/04/18**£209.99*[Image] AMD Ryzen 5 Six Core 2600 3.90GHz (Socket AM4) Processor - Retail **PRODUCT WILL SHIP 19/04/18**£169.99*Shipping not included in prices above*


if you don't know what it is it won't intrest you
uberjuba1 m ago

if you don't know what it is it won't intrest you


I'm talking about the price. Preorders go up and down in price a lot on hyped products like AMD.
Oof yeah £280 for the 2700x at CCL. Just need a good deal, maybe a bundle, for that Gigabyte X470 Gaming 7 motherboard which look like the best of them.
First post on these cpus. Bit cheaper than i thought and good performance boost
Edited by: "StevieWWW" 13th Apr
m00moo4 h, 43 m ago

Going to the states next week and was thinking of grabbing a 2600. Tried …Going to the states next week and was thinking of grabbing a 2600. Tried looking but can't see a definitive answer: Does this chip have international warranty? tia



Well not as if CPU's have special codes to identity which country they originate from like some phones.

All the CPU's are over there are £20 to £50 cheaper compared to the UK. Even if you include the highest city tax, I would grab one over there without a doubt.
m00moo4 h, 53 m ago

Going to the states next week and was thinking of grabbing a 2600. Tried …Going to the states next week and was thinking of grabbing a 2600. Tried looking but can't see a definitive answer: Does this chip have international warranty? tia


Should do since they are the same part in each region. AMD don't ask for proof of purchase either when RMAing so its extremely unlikely you would be turned down.
They are gouging on the 2600x as it should be more like £185.

They are all stacking up against the 8700k at c £290 imo.
Edited by: "999tigger" 13th Apr
999tigger5 m ago

They are gouging on the 2600x as it should be more like £185.They are all …They are gouging on the 2600x as it should be more like £185.They are all stacking up against the 8700k at c £290 imo.


$229 is about £161 + 20%vat makes about £193.
Your point still stands mind.
Yeah AMD are doing a great job on pricing these IMO, super competitive.
Price gouging company, order from Scan instead where it's cheaper. COLD, try harder next time OCUK shills, when you actually find a deal.
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