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Ryzen 7000 CPUs Get Price Cuts In China, Up to 27 Percent Lower Than U.S. Pricing

AMD’s Ryzen 7000 processors recently hit the retail market on September 27th.According to a Chinese publication preview (opens in new tab), Zen 4-based chips have already seen their first price cut in less than two months. This is rarely seen as hardware is usually more expensive abroad.

It’s unclear if AMD announced a price cut to boost sales in China, or if it was a retailer-specific decision, in this case JD.com, one of the country’s largest e-commerce sites. There are still plenty of Ryzen 5000 processors in stock on the market. So Ryzen 7000 sales are probably not booming.

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