AMD 2nd-gen Ryzen chips now official in the Philippines, priced

AMD 2nd-gen Ryzen chips now official in the Philippines, priced

AMD has just announced the second-generation Ryzen processors which take aim to improve processing performance of its predecessors and offer a smoother experience to its users.


Unlike the generation it replaces, all variants of the Ryzen 5 offer six cores and twelve threads, while the Ryzen 7 touts an octa-core design and sixteen threads, all with major upgrades and advanced AMD SenseMI technology. The entire line will also include an AMD Wraith cooler inside the retail box, with the Ryzen 7 series getting LED versions for better aesthetic. They are also based on AMD X470 chipset, which is profiled for socket AM4 boards.

Here are the specifications of the new Ryzen 5 and 7 2000-series, and their prices once they are available locally:

ModelCoresThreadsClock Speed
Max/Boost (GHz)
Smart Prefetch CacheTDPCoolerSRP
Ryzen 7 2700X8164.3/3.720MB105WWraith Prism (LED)Php 19,000
Ryzen 7 27008164.1/3.220MB65WWraith Spire (LED)Php 17,600
Ryzen 5 2600X6124.2/3.619MB95WWraith SpirePhp 12,750
Ryzen 5 26006123.9/3.419MB65WWraith StealthPhp 11,300

All of the 2nd-generation Ryzen chips are now up for pre-order and will be available worldwide starting April 19. New motherboards compatible with the processors are said to be launching in the coming days, with prices to be announced.

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12 Responses

  1. Mega says:

    Where can I pre-order here in the Philippines?

  2. Andrew says:

    bakit overprice 299 lang yung ryzen 2700 ?

  3. Andrew says:

    299 usd lang yung ryzen 2700 overpice gahaman greedy talaga sa Pinas

  4. Dhan jhan says:

    Where can i pre-oder this here in the phil.?

  5. Andrew says:

    kahit mag dagdag ka ng 12% VAT hindi parin aabot sa 17600 yung Price Overpice talaga sa Pinas

    • Wala says:

      299 USD is about 15,500 Php. Plus 12% VAT would be around 17,300 already. Syempre kailangang may kita ang retailers. Kaya ganyan presyo.

    • Eingild says:

      $299*1.12 = $334.88*(Php 52) = Php 17,413.76

      If that additional Php 200 constitutes overpricing, then maybe everything in the Philippines is indeed overpriced. Lol

  6. Andrew says:

    malaki na kita nila sa 12% VAT + “$299 MSRP” manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP), or the recommended retail price (RRP), or the suggested retail price (SRP), of a product is the price at which the manufacturer recommends that the retailer sell the product… $299 x 1.12 = $334.88 x Php 51.91 = Php 17,383.62 yung Php 216 yun dagdag nila sa sa kita nila bukod pa doon yung kita nila sabihin na natin 20% kita nila sa $299 x .20 = $59.8 x Php 51.91 = Php 3,104.21 + Php 216 = Php 3,320.218 yan buong kita nila Oo halos lahat Overprice sa Philippines gaya ng Kuryente at internet kaya hindi umaasenso sa Pinas maraming Greedy sa Pinas

  7. Kox says:

    Same price lang dapat ang 2700X pati 1700.

  8. Gj says:

    magkano pala yung Ryzen 3 2200G ? 99$ sa US tapos sa atin?

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