I think this is very dependent on the store. I checked here and the difference is only 33€.
Zen 3 chips have dropped a bit in price, with the 5800X being sold at 420€, while the 5600X is now available for 290€. And it's not just in Europe, here's a look at the average price of the Zen 3 chips at pcpartpicker:
Rocket Lake prices are still pretty stable, so the price advantage of Intel is shrinking. Let's hope they also lower their prices and engage in a price war, so that at least the CPUs become more affordable again.
I agree that prices will vary from store to store, and also rom country to country. I checked 3 stores and in all three the difference was around those 70 €.
And you actually make a good point, AMD f*cked up by not launching a 5700 processor to fill that huge gap between the 5800 and 5600 processors like they did with its previous Zen processors.
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