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AMD Ryzen 9000 Processors Available for Purchase: 9950X Priced Lower by up to €190 Compared to the 7950X?

The launch date for AMD’s Ryzen 9000 processors is set for the 31st of July. Since the Computex reveal of Zen 5, there has been an influx of reports about Strix and Granite Ridge circulating online. In this article, we provide an overview of the Ryzen 9000 processors and how they stack up against Intel’s upcoming Arrow Lake-S chips. While there have been rumors suggesting that these CPUs might come in at a lower price point than their predecessors, there has been no official confirmation yet. However, several retailers have already put up listings for pre-orders of the Ryzen 9000 chips:

For instance, Slovenian retailer Funtech seems quite confident in its listings. All four X-series Granite Ridge models are available for pre-order at reasonably competitive prices. The Ryzen 9 9950X is priced at €659, which roughly equates to $706 US. Considering the Ryzen 9 7950X was introduced at €849, the 9950X is nearly €200 more economical.

Next, the Ryzen 9 9900X is being listed at €499, making it €170 cheaper compared to the 7900X (at launch). The Ryzen 7 9700X has a price tag of €399, which is €79 less than the initial price of the 7700X. Lastly, the Ryzen 5 9600X is marketed at €309, €50 lower than its forerunner.

It’s common for pre-order prices to be higher than the manufacturer’s suggested retail prices (MSRPs), so it’s probable that the Ryzen 9000 series will launch at anywhere from $50-150 less than the Ryzen 7000 series. With the Ryzen 7 7800X3D, 7900X3D, and 7950X3D models currently selling well below their original prices, it wouldn’t make sense for AMD to price the Granite lineup higher or even at the same level as their launch prices.

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