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AMD Ryzen 7 5800X (Socket AM4) Processor Socket AM4 8 Cores (16 Threads) - £296.99 Using Code @ box_uk / eBay
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Posted 26th NovPosted 26th Nov
Under £300 is fantastic! I have the same CPU and it's been great so far. Can't really knock it at £296.99 :o Use code MORESAVINGS for this price MODEL: AMD Ryzen 7 5800… Read more

Yes, but don't buy now. Intel's current CPUs are better and cheaper, and there will be a final refresh on the AM4 socket in early 2022, before AM5 comes along late next year. The update should bring AMD in line with Intel, and my crystal ball says that they'll also be cheaper than the RRP on 5000 series CPUs, purely because of how competitively Intel have priced their latest chips. Worst comes to worst and performance with the new AMD CPUs isn't all its cracked up to be, then these will drop in price anyway. Waiting another couple of months may save you a few bob.


That's a pretty narrow view of things - the 12600k only drags the sort of power reviewers like to scream about when it is being pushed to the max. For me I think I'd actually be better off power wise with a processor that can drop back and use the efficiency cores - how many people use their CPUs at max GHZ all the time?! And isn't the difference only like £10 a year?!


Have a look at Puget systems tests which look at exactly this. Not sure of the comparison between 5800x and 5600x, but I know for photoshop and lightroom the 12600k/kf beat the 5800x hands down in all tests and even gave the 5900x a run for its money in a number of tests despite costing less than £250. The Ryzens 5000s were fantastic, but they've had their day.


will this code work with the quidco cashback?


It's 125w It's not going to ruin anybodies day and it's a whole £75 cheaper than the Ryzen competitor that it actually outperforms. Ryzen has been great but until Zen 4 Intel are back on top.

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X Processor (8C/16T, 36MB Cache, Up to 4.7 GHz Max Boost) £310.01 @ Amazon
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Posted 26th NovPosted 26th Nov
Brand AMD CPU manufacturer AMD CPU model Ryzen 7 CPU speed 3.8 GHz CPU socket Socket AM4 Platform Linux, Windows Secondary cache 4 MB Wattage 105 wa… Read more

If I price match at currys at £310, will I get the 10% from topcashback?


So glad to see these have come back down in price. i was beginning to think i had been priced out of the PC gaming market. I think it might be time to finally upgrade my Ryzen 5 2600. Looks like you can still sell the 2600 for over £100 on ebay which is a nice bonus! One good thing about tech not jumping up in performance as fast these days i guess.


I bought it and submitted a price match, it advises to do it post-purchase so that is what I did. Also it even shows it on their own price match table that Amazon have it for £310 so I've gone for it


Will see if Currys can match this. I have sent a request in. Anyone know how long they usually take to come back? (No local branch here).


Ahh, was hoping it was something available to everyone. Thanks for replying.

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X Processor - £325 with code @ Currys
Posted 23rd NovPosted 23rd Nov
£4.99 cheaper than Scan with code, but 3-5 days shipping. The AMD Ryzen 5th gen processors give you a huge boost in power over the previous generation. You'll get a faster CPU w… Read more

Any recommended ATX motherboard for this?


Getting there, but needs to head sub-300 to compete with the 12600kF.


2022 q1


It's £330 on currys and then you get 10% cashback via topcashback.


My next trip to America and Canada I'm going to see if I can get the expensive parts over there. CPU, mobo, ram. GPU if the market improves. Won't be going for a while yet but I don't need anything for a while anyway. 5600x and 3080ti here

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU Eight Core 3.8GHz Processor, £329.99 delivered at Scan
Posted 22nd NovPosted 22nd Nov
Decent low price for this CPU. When you have the world’s most advanced processor architecture for gamers and content creators, the possibilities are endless. Whether you are pla… Read more

Depends on your use case. You will be paying double for the Motherboard for Intel and the. Higher electricity costs too.


If you get this CPU and any supporting motherboard, your upgrade opportunities are going to be nil in the future as the AM4 socket is now end of line. Its heavily rumoured that the 6000 series chips will be announced in January along with the AM5 socket.....which will support future upgrades. I'm saying all this, thats all if you intend on upgrading your CPU.....otherwise its a great work horse for the price.


We aren't even close to saturating PCIe4.0 with graphics cards. And DDR5 is priced through the roof. Unless you have money to burn, being an early adopter is never worth it.


Pcie 5.0... ddr5 is worth paying extra.


£100 too expensive still. 12600k is better CPU. This needs heavy discounting

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AMD Ryzen 7 5800X Processor (8C/16T, 36MB Cache, Up to 4.7 GHz Max Boost) £309.99 @ Amazon
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AMD Ryzen 7 5800X Processor (8C/16T, 36MB Cache, Up to 4.7 GHz Max Boost)

I run a Arctic Freezer 38 duo for 30-something quid and it's ok - no problem at all.


with PBO2 set you don't need Eco mode to keep temps under control


Aaaand it's gone. Dammit.


How is eco mode on this?


Cheap like chips.....I would say go for it.

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X - £314.48 delivered using code (UK Mainland) @ ebuyer_uk_ltd / eBay
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Posted 1st NovPosted 1st Nov
FESTIVE15 code proved to be very useful. This AMD Ryzen 7 5800X is now priced at £314.48 delivered with the code. Here is the camelcamelcamel as comparison:



Reminder that if you're building a gaming rig to a budget to not bother with this. Go for a cheaper Ryzen 5 2600 and spend that extra money on the graphics card as you'll see zero benefit getting an overpowered cpu instead. As long as you've got a motherboard thay supports both generations its an upgrade you can always do in a couple of years if it becomes worth it.

I reckon someone in eBuyer has the Alderlake and set one up on a bench, hence the fear!!! :-p About time and all, says me... AMD have been ripping us off for FAR too long.


Oh, they’ve found a sudden ability to present stock and lower prices, how did they unlock this power?


No they won't. It doesn't look good in marketing terms to announce a price cut, because it diminishes the apparent quality of the product. They will announce "5000+" chips with V stacked cache, but no date is set. Prices will fall further for the 5000 series, but if they do it's due to Intel 12th Gen which is in consumers hands in 2 days.