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AMD slashes CPU and GPU prices with Game On sale

AMD's Game On sale is back this year, slashing prices across a range of CPUs and graphics cards. If you've been shopping around for your next upgrade, we've picked out a few of the best deals you might be interested in. 

On the processor front, if you are looking to save some money by going with a previous-gen CPU, then the Ryzen 5 5600 is now down to £169.99 – with its six cores and 4.4GHz clock speed, it will offer plenty of performance for gaming. If you are after something current gen, then you'll find plenty of good deals there too. The Ryzen 9 7900X3D is down from £619.99 to £499.99, and the Ryzen 7 7700X is down from £419.99 to £338.99. The Ryzen 5 7600X can now be found for under £250 too.

On the graphics card side of things, the situation is looking good for anyone that still wants to get their hands on an RX 6000 series GPU. For starters, the Sapphire RX 6500 XT Pulse is down to £150, while the ASRock RX 6700 XT Phantom Gaming is down to £329.99. The Gigabyte RX 6750 XT is down from £499 to £399, but the Sapphire RX 6800 Pulse 16GB is just a bit more, coming in at just under £450, MSI's Gaming Z Trio version is discounted a bit further, bringing the price down to £439.99.

There are a few RX 7000 series deals to be found too. The Sapphire RX 7900 XT Nitro+ Vapor-X is down to £899, and the standard ‘Gaming' variant is down to £749.99.

You'll find discounts at several UK retailers participating in the AMD Game On sale event, including Overclockers UKScanBox and AWD-IT. The sale ends on the 1st of July, or while stocks last. All prices are accurate at the time of publishing.

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