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RYZEN 7000 SERIES NOW AVAILABLE & IN STOCK !!

OcUK Staff
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Hi there

The new Ryzen 7000 Series now in stock at OcUK:

CPUs:

Motherboards:

DDR5:





 
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Associate
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Managed to grab a 7950X, X670E mobo and some new DDR5 RAM. Thanks guys! Any idea if maybe any new pie 5.0 m.2 storage drives will appear on the store soon?
 
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Cheapest motherboard is £320 :D:D

Plus about £300 for a good 32GB DDR5 kit.

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Soldato
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Looks like an early adopter tax with the motherboards. The weak pound will certainly not be helping either.

Glad I am not in the market for a new PC.

Plus about £300 for a good 32GB DDR5 kit.

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Looks like Zen 3 was the generation to upgrade. X570 prices were dirt cheap at the time of launch (I got mine for ~£150), DDR4 prices were really reasonable (I got my 64GB 3600CL16 kits Crucials for £240 each) and then slightly overpaid for the CPU as availability was poor. Got the three for less than £1000 in the end.

Now we're looking at £400 for motherboard, a 7700X would be £430 and then 128GB DDR5 would cost £1000 alone so almost £2000 for the three :D

Zen 5 will be the generation to upgrade. X670 boards will support it and will be a lot cheaper by then and DDR5 will have a much better £/GB than now.
 
Soldato
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Oof, I'd been thinking about an Asus Gene mATX build... but £570 is a bit steep. Not saying it's OCUK's fault, but it's hard to justify that price unless my current kit dies.

But maybe in a couple of months, if I can justify it as a christmas present to self :D
 

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Soldato
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My basket at OcUK:

Total: £2,278.58 (includes delivery: £14.70)​




This is what I've specced up to move on from 6700k system. Can't decide if it's a bit rich for me or not. I could save here and there with different bits but basically this is same equivalent components I bought back in 2016 minus a 1070 yet it's £1000 more. Would certainly last me 6 more years plus potential for CPU and RAM upgrades down the line.
 
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