You can save $80 on the AMD Ryzen 7800X3D at Newegg, but you’ll have to be quick

Joel Loynds

Looking to upgrade your PC with one of the best bang for your buck CPUs from AMD? Look no further.

The AMD Ryzen 7800X3D has taken the spot as one of the best CPUs for gaming. AMD’s processor sports the 3D V-Cache, on top of some excellent performance improvements over the last generation.

Newegg has the AMD processor on sale, saving you $76, or 16% on one of the best processors currently available.

Additionally, using code SSCX2333 will net you an extra $7 off, bringing the savings up to $83. Not bad for something that launched a few weeks ago.

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That 3D V-Cache isn’t just a gimmick either. The extra cache supercharges your gaming PC with enough power, we’re still championing the previous 5800X3D.

Plus, if you’re excited for those true next-generation games, with ridiculous specs, this should let you cruise through them unimpeded.

This makes the AMD 7800X3D one of the best bang for your buck CPUs currently available.

More AMD savings if you jump over to AM5 with Newegg

You will need a new AM5 motherboard, however. AMD’s new generation of processors only support DDR5, making the leap up a tad expensive.

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Thankfully, deals like this shave off those price tags, and are often followed by the other necessary parts.

If you add a “combo offer” further down the page, you can save an additional $40 on RAM and a motherboard to jump-start the next build.

We love the X3D processors from AMD. They offer great gaming performance, and with deals like this, don’t break the bank.

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