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Posted · Original PosterOP

Oh my god. Ryzen 1700 will cost at $500, and the 1800X will cost $800 in South korea. That is $400 more than the original price.

I hate Korea's hardware prices. A GTX 1080 costs $1000 in South korea.


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Then again we're talking about a country with a prolonged goverment crisis, the economies of the world react to those things you know.


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1 minute ago, VerticalDiscussions said:

Its gonna cost 700€ in Portugal .-. (xD)...

That's more to do with VAT.


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1 minute ago, VerticalDiscussions said:

And is it not the same in South Korea .-.? 700€ and im not sure if there is transportation included xD.

I'm sure it plays a part, but in my mind it would also have to do with the exchange rate's reaction to the government crisis.


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same thing in croatia.. 


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9 minutes ago, vojta.pokorny said:

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Did not knew South Korea had an economic crisis. For me the worst part is that millions upon millions of birds have been killed and bakeries and pastries were suffering egg shortages but that was all ive seen about them. Bird flu so awful :(.


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17 minutes ago, NerdyCoder said:

Oh my god. Ryzen 1700 will cost at $500, and the 1800X will cost $800 in South korea. That is $400 more than the original price.

I hate Korea's hardware prices. A GTX 1080 costs $1000 in South korea.

I can't get a GTX 1080 or 1070 unless I special order it here, same goes for any of intels X99 cpu's and Xeons. This will probably fall into that category where I have to special order it too or buy it myself.


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6 minutes ago, VerticalDiscussions said:

Did not knew South Korea had an economic crisis. For me the worst part is that millions upon millions of birds have been killed and bakeries and pastries were suffering egg shortages but that was all ive seen about them. Bird flu so awful :(.

How this happened: Birds had a virus, and the chickens got close to the infected birds, so the chickens got infected to the virus.

Even worse, chickens are being killed too.


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Megaretailer Altex just released the three Ryzen CPUs into the wild.

 

Prices are:

R7 1700 - $380 - $51 over MSRP

R7 1700X - $465 - $66 over MSRP

R7 1800X - $597 - $98 over MSRP

 

As expected, romanian retailers are price gauging and Scrooge McDucking while us consumers are left to pay the "I'm a Romanian techie" tax. I expected as much, and the 1700(x) prices are within reason, but the (near) $100 difference on the 1800X is plain greed at this point.

 

So far, Altex is the only retailer (online at least) to have provided prices with a March 2nd availability date (and the ability to preorder). Right now the prices are comparable to Intel's offering. Let's hope the steep(ish) asking price is worth it.


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6 minutes ago, revsilverspine said:

Megaretailer Altex just released the three Ryzen CPUs into the wild.

 

Prices are:

R7 1700 - $380 - $51 over MSRP

R7 1700X - $465 - $66 over MSRP

R7 1800X - $597 - $98 over MSRP

 

As expected, romanian retailers are price gauging and Scrooge McDucking while us consumers are left to pay the "I'm a Romanian techie" tax. I expected as much, and the 1700(x) prices are within reason, but the (near) $100 difference on the 1800X is plain greed at this point.

 

So far, Altex is the only retailer (online at least) to have provided prices with a March 2nd availability date (and the ability to preorder). Right now the prices are comparable to Intel's offering. Let's hope the steep(ish) asking price is worth it.

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1 minute ago, AresKrieger said:

Well isn't that due to VAT as that is a 20% increase on the nose

VAT is 19% and those prices will change most likely, since I can't see them making a $3 profit on a $600 CPU


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1 minute ago, Acorn Eyes said:

Couldn't you just buy internationally? Globalism is your friend here.

Even if I buy internationally, I still have to pay VAT + shipping. Yes, I'd have to pay VAT once the product enters the country so if I already pay VAT in, say, the UK, I'd pay it again here.


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leaked pricing in Sweden has been verry close to the US price but i cant find any official price yet :/ 


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2 minutes ago, revsilverspine said:

Even if I buy internationally, I still have to pay VAT + shipping. Yes, I'd have to pay VAT once the product enters the country so if I already pay VAT in, say, the UK, I'd pay it again here.

Precisely.

Anyway let's see it happens the same way it happens with video cards.

What I mean is when the 1050ti came out it, at launch it was priced within 15$ or so to the 1060, meaning way beyond the msrp. And over time it dropped.

It's still not were it should be, but it's not as expensive anymore.

 

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40 minutes ago, XenosTech said:

I can't get a GTX 1080 or 1070 unless I special order it here, same goes for any of intels X99 cpu's and Xeons. This will probably fall into that category where I have to special order it too or buy it myself.

 
 

I special order everything nowadays, it takes longer to get here but it's cheaper.

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1 minute ago, Arc_Jester said:

I special order everything nowadays, it takes longer to get here but it's cheaper.

Cheaper ? A 6900k is about $3500+ here after conversion, markup and VAT vs if I bought it myself and used my current work place's shipping service it would cost me about $2800


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1 minute ago, XenosTech said:

Cheaper ? A 6900k is about $3500+ here after conversion, markup and VAT vs if I bought it myself and used my current work place's shipping service it would cost me about $2800

 

It's depends on what you're ordering, my 480 was just above $500 from Amazon.

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1 minute ago, Arc_Jester said:

It's depends on what you're ordering, my 480 was just above $500 from Amazon.

My 470 cost me exactly what I paid + shipping from my skybox to here... But depending on the value of the item you get the life taxed out of you if you aren't a business which I find to be stupid since all pc stores here have retarded mark ups even though they don't pay duties on imported electronics


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