Unfortunately, AMD did not announce the prices of the new chips.
Presumably, however, the new AMD 7000 Series chips will be priced higher than AMD's existing microprocessors. AMD also issued a price cut for its existing products, making room, as it were, for the new chips. Don't expect to save a bundle under the new prices, however; for AMD, every little bit of profit counts.
Both the 4GHz A10-7850K and 3.9GHz A10-7800 now cost $127, while the 3.8GHz A10-7700K costs $117. The 3.8GHz A8-7650K costs $95, the 3.8GHz A8-7600, $85, while the A6-7400K and A4-73000 cost $60 and $42, respectively.
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