If you’re looking to grab the cheapest 64-core CPU available on the market right now, Amazon is the place to flock to.
Despite the arrival of the cheapest AMD Epyc yet, the 7662, it’s the Ryzen Threadripper 3990X that remains by far the most affordable 64-core processor with 128 threads.
The world’s largest online retailer sells it for $3989.99 (roughly £3,100/$AU6,000), but a special $33.25 discount at checkout makes it even cheaper. Free Amazon tech support is included and Amazon will send it to most territories – including Australia and the UK – for a nominal fee that doesn’t include taxes.
This third generation Ryzen is the most powerful desktop HEDT processor to date and will be an ideal fit for those looking to add some AMD firepower to their video editing or their 3D modelling workstation.