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Cpu prices

I cant believe that in my country ryzen cpu prices are this high... A ryzen 5 2600is around 220-230euros while in Germany, and probably in every other country its under 170euros.

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The 2600X is $210 right now on US amazon, so that's not too far off. Also you didn't say what country

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No offense but how can Hungarian people afford such high prices? I just looked it up and the average income in Hungary is 900 € per month.

 

I think the price should, therefore, be lower. However, then people from Germany could import the CPU from Hungary.

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Have you checked pricespy and pcparkpicker? Its probably due to import taxes.

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12 hours ago, Teddy07 said:

No offense but how can Hungarian people afford such high prices? I just looked it up and the average income in Hungary is 900 € per month.

 

I think the price should, therefore, be lower. However, then people from Germany could import the CPU from Hungary.

Actually I am a Hungarian who lives in Serbia? But yes, the avg. incomes are even lower than 900 euros, here in Serbia its around 400, so its really sad.

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11 hours ago, PacketMan said:

Maybe in your country there is no competition. For example, here in Spain the big website is www.pccomponentes.com and it follows Amazon's prices. If the 8700K is 430€ on Amazon, it will be 430€ on PcComponentes. Take a look at importing stuff to your country, or take a look at other products, since maybe it's not just computer components and it's because taxes.

Sadly there is no competition, there are 3 big retailers and thats it, the smaller stores have even higher prices

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8 hours ago, Bravo1cc said:

Have you checked pricespy and pcparkpicker? Its probably due to import taxes.

Once I bought football cleats from the UK the import taxes were 30%. The shoes were 140$, taxes and shipping were around 70-80$

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