Motherboards for Ryzen 7000 have increased in price even before
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Motherboards for Ryzen 7000 have increased in price even before the announcement – MSI has announced new prices

AMD socket AM5 motherboards for the new Ryzen 7000 processors have not yet gone on sale, but have already increased in price. MSI hosted an online broadcast where they talked about their upcoming motherboards based on AMD X670 and X670E chipsets and announced their suggested prices. It was higher than the manufacturer announced earlier this month.

    Image source: MSI

Image source: MSI

The manufacturer mentioned four models of motherboards. The company estimates the cheapest option – the Pro X670-P WLAN model – to be $329. In early September, the manufacturer announced a price of 290 US dollars for it. For European countries, the cost is even higher – €395 including VAT.

Next is the MPG X670E Carbon WiFi. The company initially valued it at $480. Now the suggested price is $499 or €599. The company further said that the cost of the MEG X670E Ace model will be $799. And on the European markets, the novelty is offered from 969 euros. Earlier this month, the manufacturer valued this board at $700.

Finally, the flagship MEG X670E Godlike model cost $1299 from MSI or €1599 for Europe. This is the only board from the list that hasn’t increased in price compared to the originally announced cost, at least in dollars.

Recall that sales of Ryzen 7000 processors and motherboards based on AMD X670 and X670E chipsets will start today, September 27th. Reviews of new generation AMD processors have already appeared. You can find their excerpt in our previous article.

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