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[eBay Plus] 15% Off Selected AM4 Ryzen Processors @ Various Sellers via eBay

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One of the cheapest ways to get a new Ryzen CPU since Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales

Ebay Plus Deal for January with 15% off - with multiple sellers (Futu_Online, gg.tech365, shallothead, shopping-express-clearance, Scorptec, Harris Technologies) using code PLUSTJA

Futu Online

Ryzen 5 3600 OEM (No Fan) from 299 to 254.15
Ryzen 5 5600G from 379 to 322.15
Ryzen 7 5700G from 520 to 422
Ryzen 5 5600X from 500 to 425
Ryzen 7 5800X from 599 to 509.15
Ryzen 9 5900X from 799 to 679.15
Ryzen 9 5950X from 1159 to 985.15

Ryzen 5 5600X + Gigabyte B550 Gaming 639 to 543.15

The gg.tech365 one also includes CPU/motherboard combos;

Ryzen 5 5600G + Asrock X570 Steel Legend 699 to 594.15
Ryzen 7 5700G + Asrock X570 Steel Legend 829 to 704.65
Ryzen 5 5600G + Gigabyte X570S Aorus Master 1049 to 891.65
Ryzen 7 5700G + Gigabyte X570S Aorus Master 1179 to 1002.15
Ryzen 5 5600G + Gigabyte X570 UD 649 to 551.65
Ryzen 7 5700G + Gigabyte X570 UD 759 to 645.15
Ryzen 5 5600G + MSI MAG X570S Tomahawk 699 to 594.15
Ryzen 7 5700G + MSI MAG X570S Tomahawk 849 to 721.65

Ryzen 5 3600 + MSI B450M Mortar Max 399.00 to 339.15
Ryzen 5 3600 + Gigabyte B450M Aorus M 409.00 to 347.65
Ryzen 5 3600 + Gigabyte B450M DS3H 409.00 to 347.65
Ryzen 5 3600 + ASUS TUF Gaming A520M Plus Wifi 449.00 to 381.65
Ryzen 5 3600 + Gigabyte B550M S2H 409.00 to 347.65
Ryzen 5 3600 + Asrock B550M HDV 409.00 to 347.65
Ryzen 5 3600 + Asrock X570 Steel Legend Wifi 639.00 to 543.15

Ryzen 5 5600X + Asrock X570 Steel Legend 829.00 to 704.65
Ryzen 9 5900X + Gigabyte X570 UD 1049.00 to 891.65
Ryzen 9 5900X + Asrock X570 Steel Legend 1,099.00 to 934.15
Ryzen 9 5900X + MSI MAG X570S Tomahawk 1,099.00 to 934.15
Ryzen 9 5900X + TUF Gaming X570 Plus Wifi 1,159.00 to 985.15
Ryzen 9 5900X + Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master 1,499.0 to 1,274.15
Ryzen 9 5950X + Asrock X570 Steel Legend 1,559.00 to 1325.15

Ryzen 5 3600 OEM (No Fan) from 299.00 to 254.15
Ryzen 5 3600 OEM (With Fan) from 319.00 to 271.15
Ryzen 5 5600X from 500 to 425.00
Ryzen 7 5800X from 575 to 488.75 (Thanks AusRetro)
Ryzen 9 5900X from 755 to 641.75
Ryzen 9 5950X from 1,149.00 to 985.15

Scorptec

Athlon 200GE with Vega 3 from 120.00 to 102.00
Athlon 3000G with Vega 3 from 143.55 to 122.02
Ryzen 5 1600AF from 219.00 to 186.15
Ryzen 5 3600 from 378.00 to 321.30
Ryzen 5 5600X from 480.00 to 408.00 (Thanks Doovik)
Ryzen 5 5800X from 578.16 to 491.44
Ryzen 9 5900X from 771.21 to 655.53
Ryzen 9 5950X from 1099.00 to 934.15

Harris Technologies

Ryzen 3 3200G OEM with fan and cooler from 266.90 to 226.86
Ryzen 5 5600X OEM with fan and cooler from 469.95 to 399.46 (Thanks Steve0123)

Shopping Express Clearance

Ryzen 5 3600 OEM (No Fan) from 299 to 254.15
Ryzen 5 3600 OEM (With Fan) from 319.00 to 271.15
Ryzen 5 3600 + Asrock X570 Steel Legend Wifi 629.00 to 534.65

There may be other individual prices from stores that are better - please check by CPU that you're after and compare prices before buying

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    • +4

      It depends on what you're after - if you're on a budget and already in an AM4 system this might be 'cheaper' than an intel swap, likewise if you are after a CPU with integrated graphics the 5600G and 5700G are without peer and have only been available for the 359-379 range for a few months

      B450,B550 and X570 boards are also far cheaper than intel offerings (there was a Gigabyte B550M board on here yesterday for $51.75)

      • +2

        Yep, that makes sense. I was thinking about the 5600x range for a new PC when compared to i5-11400, 11500 & 11600, Even 11600 + M/B would be cheaper than 5600x at this price. I got a 5600x + M/B for $400 couple of months back but I couldn't find a cheaper Intel alternative at that price. From my experience, the price of a good cooler should be considered when getting an AMD. It was heating as hell and down locked automatically so that I had get a cooler as well :(.

        • +3

          AMD coolers are far better than Intel these days.

          • +2

            @NikeGS: FYI you are most likely getting a wraith stealth for various mid tier AMD CPU. which is very much like a intel stock cooler:
            small piece of crushed aluminum with no cooper contact core in middle, and a rather small fan.

            • +1

              @OMGJL: The coolers may be comparable, but the heat and power draw of the mid tier CPUs aren't - 65W TDP for 5600X and 150W TDP for 12600k (granted the way they measure TDP isn't identical either)

              • -1

                @themilkmanbot: how are you comparing 12600k(no stock cooler) vs 5600x(with wraith stealth)?

                The point is that wraith stealth is just as bad as intel stock cooler, regardless of what CPU.

                if you really after CPU performance which make no sense for cooler comparison:
                from what I tested myself, 11600k full stress with AVX2 (no CPU lite load) = ~150w, with lite load will bring it to around 120w. 5600x PBO full stress with AVX2 = ~120w, with curve optimizer will bring it to around 100w. keep in mind AMD is more annoying to cool than Intel with smaller die size.

                so if you get 11600,11500,11400 which all runs slower than 11600k, with lower frequency it will naturally generate less heat, assuming it would be around 120w too, either intel stock cooler nor wraith stealth is capable to cool 100 or 120w. in normal room temperature

        • +2

          Intel chips run far hotter than AMD ones these days. The AMD heatsink is also a bit annoying to install, it needs to be tighter than you think when installing to get good contact and you should turn off precision boost overdrive with a stock heatsink.

          Intel chips throttle a lot more to keep the heat down, but that's at the cost of performance. There's tonnes of stories online about 11600 throttling at high temps even with good heatsinks.

    • +4

      Looking to finally upgrade my 5 yo computer….

      What would you recommend (CPU + MB combo) over Ryzen 5 5600?

      • +7

        If you are using a dGPU, 11400F and the cheapest motherboard you can find that supports it. No reason to go AMD atm with these prices, and I'm saying this as an AMD stan.

        • Looking at that now…

          Any MB that you can recommend? (up to $150)

          • +1

            @mg_k: Had my other comment with more detail deleted for inadvertantly posting an affiliate link, but at $99 this is a slam dunk, at least in terms of VRM thermals: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08ZJDXZ62

            • +2

              @TimR31: Or get it from Ebay with the coupon from this deal for $84.15 :)

              https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/184912229603

              • +2

                @deva5610: Haha, I mentioned eBay might be cheaper in my deleted post! Thank you

              • +1

                @deva5610: I am afraid TimR31 isn't exactly correct…

                5600G is about 30 point better(596 vs 565) in CPUz CPU benchmark. Not to mention 5600G could be OCed further in both CPU and RAM department. (11400f is locked on CPU, memory can be OCed to around 3733 the most before loosing efficiency, whereas 5600g can easily do 4533+ mem OC on a cheap low end mobo)

                Ryzen 5 5600G = $322.15, B550m S2H is around 80 dollar, final = 402.15, 11400f ($249) + B560m ($99) = $348

                single core performance is what determines if a CPU should still be kept on using or not, $50 is very much justifiable especially you want to explore memory OC.

          • +2

            @mg_k: You might want to wait a month or so for the low end 12th gen boards and chips.

            It's ~ 18% more performance per core. A 12400f would outperform an 11700k

      • I'll echo Shacktool's suggestion: wait for the 12400 to release

  • +3

    5600x Cheaper here $408

    • +4

      $399 from HT if you don't mind it not being the retail version.

  • +3

    In the current market that 5600G with integrated GPU is a great buy for normal pc use/light gaming. The integrated graphics is GTX 1030 equivalent which retails for $140+

  • +3

    Unfortunately Intel has stepped up their game with the 12th gen processors. Don't think these CPU's are worth it unless there's a heftier discount as the Ryzen 5000 series is aging to be 2 years almost.

    • +2

      I'd agree with this, not for the 12th gen processors but for the discount it has forced on 10th and 11th gen processors. The combination of motherboard costs and DDR5 cost and availability is making 12th gen uncompetitive from a price point of view - B660 boards will hopefully alleviate this

    • +5

      Unfortunately?

    • +7

      The 3000 was cheap, while still being pretty good. The 3600 was especially popular. The 5000 are better CPUs, but at no point were they cheap. No low end 3 series for 5000. No non X.

      At least the 5000Gs are kind of okay, but then no GE variants, or 3 series. They are at least available compared to the 4000Gs and named in a way that we can more easily understand what generation they're from.

      As for Intel, the i5 (1)2600k could well be the new 2600k, but is it going to be popular? Are people buying right now? Motherboards for the 12th gen aren't cheap. Do you need a new cooler? DDR5 is too expensive. Will people wait because of all of that?

      • +2

        Motherboards for the 12th gen aren't cheap. Do you need a new cooler? DDR5 is too expensive. Will people wait because of all of that?

        That's pretty spot on why I'm looking at upgrading to a 5900X over a 12700K.

        The 12700K is $50 cheaper, but add on $250 for a Z690 DDR4 board then maybe another <$100 for a LGA1700 compatible cooler (no plans for that on my current MA620M) and I'm not sure if the better performance is worth the extra $300 price.

    • +8

      Cheapest 12th gen is the 12600kf at about $450. Cheapest DDR4 mainboard you can get for it is about $300. For the same price you could get a 5800X and a $150 board. And they perform about the same.

      Once the cheaper Intel boards come round and they fill out their product lines they might have a noticeable advantage but right now for the average consumer it's basically even.

      • Budget buys right now kinda suck, IMO. AMD's offerings are overpriced, with Intel you're looking at 10th gen performance since 11 sucked and the 12600 isn't really budget. Plus the 12400 and AMD's refresh are around the corner which I reckon will result in buyer's remorse unless the 12400 happens to defy expectations and is awful (or the budget motherboards are bad), giving AMD no reason to compete on value.

    • +5

      Agree, AMD cranked those prices up when they launched the 5's - now even after discount the price is only ok.

      Needs even more price drops.

      • +3

        Yeah I remember buying a ryzen 5 2600 for 200 bucks now they've sky rocketed to 450 for the 5600x :(

        • Yep, those were good times in pricing.
          Inflation across the world now though too, so $200 for a 2600 3 years ago is $230 now already.

          Painful.

  • Excellent timing with the Ebay gift cards.

    • https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/184794907179?epid=4041988821&hash=item2b06a2822b:g:MdsAAOSwmR1gh4M5:sc:AU_StandardDeliveryRegisted!5167!AU!-1

      $399 on it's own, $320 after ebay gift cards. Not bad!

    • +2

      What are these gift cards?

      • +2

        From Coles, 10 bucks off $50 cards. May of expired in the last day or two.

        • 10 bucks off $50 cards

          Not quite - it's 2000 bonus Flybuys points. But yes, 2000 points = $10 off a shop.

          Expires today.

          • @MiscOzB: So wait would that stack on this 15% here?

            Ryzen 5900 = 13x50$ cards (can you use 13?)
            $130 'off' (credit?) towards later grocery runs.

            Like $580 total cost? Am I missing somerthing?

            • +1

              @hamwhisperer: Can only use a maximum of 7 or 8 gift cards in one transaction (I think it's 7 if stacking with a coupon code).

              @Italkdigital 5 cards per Flybuys account (make sure to scan your Flybuys).

              https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/674336

              • @MiscOzB: Up voted thanksπŸ‘πŸ˜

                Edit: states from above Ozbargain link

                A limit of 5 gift cards per Flybuys account

                Now wondering to use 2x flybuy accounts to make it (2x 5) 10 gift cards

                • @Italkdigital: I've already done 2 separate trips on separate days for 10. Might go again tonight (my local has had plenty).

                • @Italkdigital: Just be aware that you may need to visit multiple stores to purchase more than 5 as it's the final day (my local is strict with a 5 per day limit).

              • @MiscOzB: Dude, thank you- so that's 7x$10 off, CPU is already $679, making it I dunno, like roughly $620 to your door?

          • @MiscOzB: Can one buy as many $50 gift cards as they want? And all receive $10 off?

            Links, links, links πŸ‘πŸ˜

  • +1

    Ryzen 7 5800x is $488.75 with the code from gg.tech365. A bit cheaper than futu_online.

  • +1

    5950x is $934.15 from scroptec

  • +1

    Thanks for sharing. Was looking at the 5600G yesterday and was planning on waiting for a few weeks to see if any sales popped up, very lucky this popped up today.

  • +1

    I saw some data yesterday indicating v-cache processors might be expensive.

    So I'm surprised by these discounts.

    • +1

      CES is moments away so we will hopefully know soon, however for the higher end CPUs the value aspect is possibly less important for a professional user or the type of buyer who wants 'the best' without much care for the cost. This takes a bit of a sheen off of the current flagships and the sellers are incentivised to shift product before the next release

      • +1

        I have 3700x now, need to decide if I get regular 5900 or 5900 enhanced. Could be several hundred dollars difference.

  • +1

    Thanks, just need some RAM (32GB minimum) and a case/PSU combo now.

  • +1

    I'm using an i7-6700K processor. I play a variety of games including current titles. What would be a good Ryzen processor for me to upgrade to? Would need a mobo as well. Budget is about $800.

    • +1

      Assuming you have a dedicated GPU, the 5600X is generally considered to be the best performing value Ryzen CPU (paired with a B450 or B550 board)

      User Benchmark is a handy resource for comparing CPUs across platforms and generations

      As mentioned above, a 10th or 11th gen Intel would probably be better value if you're changing out the board anyway

  • +1

    5950x would be yummy πŸ‘πŸ˜

  • +1

    I had a 3900X that unfortunately failed. Finally ninja.buy agreed to a refund (horrible process dealing with them). The 3900X had a cooler with it. I'm now getting a 5900X which doesn't come with a cooler. Thoughts on what to get. Not looking to overclock but do want the computer rock-solid as use it all the time.

    • +2

      I'm using a beQuiet Dark Rock Pro 4 (in a beQuiet Purebase 500DX case) with a 5900x. 40-50C during gaming and mid 80s during synthetic benchmarking tests

      DRP4 or Noctua NH-DH15 if you want aircooled, otherwise an AIO would be best - also check out https://linustechtips.com/topic/891730-cpu-cooler-performanc...

      • +1

        That was one that I was definitely considering although was seriously considering an AIO which these days seems to offer better bang for buck (it appears that way to me anyway).

        I was considering either one of these. Thoughts?

        Deepcool Gammaxx L240 V2 @ $109

        EK-AIO Basic 240 @ $139 - or 360 for $26 more

        • +1

          Yeah, the AIOs are now cheaper than the high end air coolers (DRP4 is 139, NH-D15 is 159 or 179 in black). I don't have any experience with AIOs so will leave that up to the experts

        • +3

          Just on the pricing, consider that the AIO will eventually break down, but air coolers (especially from Noctua) tend to last the functional life of a few computer cycles (depending on how often you upgrade) and they will give you any new mounting brackets required for free

    • How did you find the original 3900x air cooler, like me very noisey but found led lightning effects on these from AMD was great? I went straight to water cooling hate noisey rigs,..

      Edit: went with a 280 Arctic Liquid Freezer II water cooling,.. does the job well should be better on a 5900x, on idle all fans stop spinning, temps from 50c upwards, RGB versions on Amazon I seen last week I think under $200 on special, 360s higher if you can fit one in your caseπŸ‘πŸ˜

  • +2

    Seems like another discount price offset and you still pay more on some items. Don't get me wrong, they have some good deals but some here are more than prices 3 months ago

  • +1

    What cooler would you guys recommend for the 5800x? I'm currently using the stock cooler for my 2600. Would this be sufficient for gaming or would i need to upgrade.

    • The 5800x doesn't come with a stock cooler, so it'd be safe to assume an aftermarket cooler would be required. Depending on your budget a high end air cooler or AIO would be best - check out https://linustechtips.com/topic/891730-cpu-cooler-performanc...

    • +3

      2600 TDP is 65 watts vs 105 watts on the 3800x. The 2600 cooler isn't designed to dissipate that much heat but you would still probably be fine for gaming.

      Like many, for aftermarket coolers I think the Noctuas are great. If you want air and have the space for it go the D14, or U12S is a bit smaller but pretty much just as good. Buy one and then never buy another cooler again :)

  • +2

    long time amd user but the i5 11400f still looks like a better deal ATM

    • +1

      Yup - using the Ebay Plus deal you could get a 11400F (242.25 from Scorptec) plus MSI B560M-A PRO board (74.80 from Harris Technology) = 317.05

      If you already have a compatible AM4 motherboard or no dedicated GPU though, its not as clear

  • +2

    thx bought 1 5900x
    upgrading my 2600

  • The way I would look at it is we know that the 3D cache chips are going to be released imminently. Therefore we can expect that with that, and the intel chips, the price has further to fall.

  • +2

    5600x's normal price is 400, never thought it would be jacked up this high and make the discount seem like a good deal but it only brought it back to RRP.

  • Wow this has ended already and my discounted eBay gift cards ready to buy 🀣

    Edit: has this sort if deal been frequent, anyone know? Cheers

    Edit again: seems to be a 5% to 10% off offer now

    • Yeah, it was the 4th of Jan only - last time there was this sort of deal was Black Friday/Cyber Monday iirc

      • Dam,.. but usually eBay plus do have some good discount codes, I think I remember 22% or maybe that one was a while away

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