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    Black Friday Sale: Buy an AMD Ryzen 7 3700X for Rs. 21,500 (25% Off), 3600 for Rs. 13,700 (20% Off)

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    Black Friday sale is raging all across the world (except the Indian sub-continent of course) with computer components selling for record lows. For folks from the sub-continent, it’s just another week. Here’s a chance to avail a solid discount this Black Friday sale. AMD’s Ryzen 7 3700X and the Ryzen 5 3600 are selling for 25% and 20% off, respectively on AliExpress. That means a price of Rs. 21,500 down from Rs. 29,000 for the 3700X and Rs. 13,700 down from Rs. 17,000 for the 3600.

    Both the products are new and the seller is a reputed one. You can get the products shipped via China Post or expedite it via DHL or FedEx but of course, that’ll cost you. This may look like a scam but AliExpress has a reliable buyer-protection policy. Furthermore, the positive feedback just adds more credibility to the offer. Such offers aren’t unseen in the West but in India, electronics rarely sell at reasonable prices, forget about discounts.

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    You can nullify the shipping costs by using some of those coupon codes, and if you don’t mind used products with manufacturer warranty, those are also available for even cheaper. Lastly, before the shipper dispatches the product, be sure to tell them to remove the heatsink (and ship it separately) and to include a false invoice to avoid customs charges. This is important, otherwise, you might attract a fat customs tax.

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    7 Comments

    1. Don’t trust this, AliExpress, however assuring it may be, just won’t accept my payment. I tried it several times with Maestro, MasterCard and Visa, only to get it rejected each time. One out of eleven tries was successful only to be rejected throwing a security error later on, duh!

    2. Which processor in the 3rd Gen AMD series will be fit for streaming and gaming? I plan to pair it with an RTX 2070 SUPER according to my research streaming mainly depends on the GPU and if using the new NVENC encoder it’s a GPU task mostly is that true?

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