AMD Ryzen 9 5950X Deals

AMD Ryzen 9 5950X Deals & Offers

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AMD Ryzen 9 5950X Processor £639.88 @ Amazon UK
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Posted 1st NovPosted 1st Nov
AMD Ryzen 9 5950X Processor (16C/32T, 72MB Cache, Up to 4.9 GHz Max Boost) The amazon UK deal is located on the right hand side a little down the page (or click on "new and used") Read more
montana78

I'm waiting on next generation 6000x series to be out. It will determine if intel 12th gen or not. Have 5800x now

Jonwillis

Back in stock

Rambolicks

All sold out.

Rambolicks

I repadded my 3080 a few weeks ago as I have it mining when I'm not gaming. Really made a massive difference. 82-86 degrees on full tilt with memory overclock at +1100

TechFiend

I'll have to check again, maybe I had v sync on! Nice GPU! I've got a 3080 SUPRIM X. Good cooling wise too.

AMD Ryzen 9 5950X 3.4GHz 16 Core (Socket AM4) CPU £644.59 @ CCLOnline
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Posted 28th OctPosted 28th Oct
Looks like Intel's Alder Lake processors as well as a possible 5000 series refresh might be pushing some prices down. Lowest price I've seen it in a while, also includes 1 month of… Read more
LiamN

It's only mainstream in that you could put it on the same motherboard as other Ryzen CPUs. You probably shouldn't if you're in the 99% of people who use their PCs for gaming and general productivity. This is still a very specialised CPU. You'd only buy this if you're doing video editing or perhaps crunching big data.

Darkle

Ammended, thanks for the heads up :D

Rambolicks

Price has reduced @Darkle

chaank

Well if you can use 16 cores, you buy a 5950x. Its you.

GreatBallsofFire

The 5950X is sort of in a class of its own. A 16-core/32-thread is a little bit overkill for the general market and they are aiming the chip at a subset of people who need a really powerful PC like for heavy graphics manipulation/video editing. There's a law of diminishing returns for the typical non-power-user. eg. I've got a 5900X (from a deal posted here a while back) and it's a great chip but in day-to-day stuff it isn't really noticeably faster than the 3700X it replaced. It does come in handy for things like handbrake encodes and archiving though - definite speedups there. Was it worth it for those tasks - probably not - but I'm a PC geek and like to buy the best tech when I see a good price. Until now there hasn't been anything else close to the 5950X in the general consumer CPU space but the new Intel 12900 is looking like it could be competitive, hence price re-adjustment. Looking forward to seeing how AMD respond with their '3D vcache' ... dropping in extra cache has certainly helped Intel keep some sort of pace with AMD in the last couple of years so will be interesting to see what Zen3 can do with more cache.

AMD Ryzen 9 5950X Sixteen-Core Processor/CPU £664.98 @ Novatech
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Posted 23rd SepPosted 23rd Sep
AMD Ryzen 9 5950X Sixteen-Core Processor/CPU £664.98 @ Novatech£659.99 £4.99 Novatech Deals
Note this is OEM so limited warranty, but the retail version doesn't come with a cooler so it's an option to save some money. 10+ in stock. If you prefer Retail, Amazon Prime have… Read more
HangTime

Checking in as promised, lowest it hit in October was £644.59, new deal out today has it at £639.88. 12900K might push it down a bit more, I could see a £599 Black Friday deal for example but it remains to be seen whether the 3d chiplet release from AMD might just result it in being phased out rather than ramped down too much in price.

long-time-lurker

Is there a date.. I'm after a 5800X so any saving would certainly help

TomNetwork

Amazon is selling the normal version so has longer warranty

Joshimitsu91

Novatech are an excellent business, based in the UK as well. I've no idea why you'd want to pay extra to buy from Amazon... This is coming from someone with access to free Prime delivery.

thecatsasterix

Yep, hang fire.. if the next gen from Intel is what they say this will drop faster than a spacex booster!!

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AMD Ryzen 9 5950X CPU Sixteen Core 3.4GHz Processor Socket AM4 - Retail £649.99 delivered @ AWD-IT
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Posted 30th AugPosted 30th Aug
AMD Ryzen 9 5950X CPU Sixteen Core 3.4GHz Processor Socket AM4 - Retail £649.99 delivered @ AWD-IT£649.95 Free P&P FreeAWD-IT Deals
Good price for this CPU
chunkyboymania

Just got this on another deal at £650, great processor at this price. You could wait for the intel for a small performance lift but AMD will no doubt announce their next processors before October and you will be in limbo again.

Rolefitleader

There will always be a new upgraded round the corner ,just buy what you need and look for the best deals that all you can do. Great CPU but overkill for my requirements have bought a 5800x will do pretty much most things you throw at it and doesn't break the bank :)

chaank

Agree, anyone who is informed and aware would already know this, who cares more for me.

idontbyte

Tldr Buying almost out of date tech is the far better option than buying next gen ddr 5 and pcie 5

Darkle

I agree, and that's mainly my point, waiting for the ever present thing on the horizon means you never do it. DDR5 first iteration is not where I'm looking to get in. Right now I'm on a 1700X, with a motherboard that can take up to a 3000 series CPU. And I'm thinking about still upgrading to a 5800X just for the longer term performance benefits of 8 cores on a single CCX, but it will mean a motherboard upgrade, but probably something I'll stick with for 3 or 4 years.

AMD Ryzen 9 5950X Processor £655 deivered with code @ Currys
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Posted 23rd AugPosted 23rd Aug
AMD Ryzen 9 5950X Processor £655 deivered with code @ Currys£655£6996% off Free P&P FreeCurrys Deals
Roughly £610 using employee discount perks via giftcards, see hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/45459197 Top of the line processor from AMD. For gaming, the 5600/5900 is a bet… Read more
iancabby

I addded £500, £100, £25 and 3 x £10 making total £609.15

poulsej

Just on this point, most company schemes are getting 7% off from currys using the e-codes. If you have multiples of £10, £660 of vouchers will make this cost £608.80 assuming you are on a cashback system. Buying £650 of codes and adding the £5 will cost £609.50 so it's a fraction cheaper to get the £660 in this case.

poulsej

Mine is perksatwork (multiples of £25) but I have to buy 650 of e-codes which gives me £45.50 off. So it costs me £655 with £45.50 cashback (£609.50).

Jonwillis

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CartoonHead78

approx £604.50 with employee discount scheme (7% off on my scheme but you have to buy an instant voucher to be used online in increments of £10 dont know if it would be different for yours if you have one)