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AMD Ryzen 5 7600X drops to new all-time low of just $179

The Ryzen 5 7600X processor and its box

Here is your chance to get AMD's mid-level processor, the Ryzen 5 7600X, at a big discount. The CPU is now available for its lowest price, allowing you to get your hands on this capable chip for as little as $179.99 on Amazon US (similar to the earlier reported SSD+CPU combo).

The AMD Ryzen 5 7600X is a perfect choice for customers who want a powerful processor without breaking the bank. Based on the AM5 socket, this chip features six cores with simultaneous multi-threading (12 threads) operating at speeds of up to 5.3GHz out of the box. And since the processor is unlocked, you can overclock it on supported motherboards 600 X and B chipsets.

Unlike the previous Ryzen 5000 Series, Ryzen 7000 processors have built-in graphics. That means you can use your computer without a graphics card if your workflows do not require a discreet GPU or if you are waiting for your graphics card to arrive.

Note that the processor comes without a cooler. You will have to buy a tower or AIO that can handle 105W of this processor's TDP (get a beefier one to have some headroom). It is also worth noting that all Ryzen 7000 CPUs require a motherboard with the AM5 socket and DDR5 memory. They do not support DDR4, so make sure you have the right memory before building a PC with the discounted Ryzen 5 7600X.

This Amazon deal is US-specific and not available in other regions unless specified.

You can also check out Amazon US, Amazon UK, and Newegg US to find more tech deals. Also, visit our Deals section to see some of our previously published deals. Some of them are still relevant, so do not miss out.

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