AMD and Intel Processors Price List in Philippines for 2013

Published on March 7th, 2013

I previously posted an article about Intel processor price list in Philippines, but that article is already way outdated. So I created an updated article for AMD and Intel Processors price list. The prices are based on street price or lowest possible price on the market that I have seen as of March 2013.

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This list would give you an idea how much a specific processor would cost you and would save you from spending on an over priced processor sold by some local stores. Yes, there are some stores that place a higher price for a certain CPU, compared to its SRP (suggested retail price). I believe that before you upgrade or buy a new processor, you should be well informed, not only on the specifications of a CPU, but on their respective prices as well.

I have categorized the different processors below according to the manufacturer (AMD and Intel), and according to their prices (lowest to highest).

AMD Processors Price List

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Intel Processors Price List

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Note: Again, the prices above are subject to change without prior notice. But at least you will have an idea how cheap can a particular brand new processor can go.

You might be asking why I did not indicate where you can buy those processors or why I did not disclose the store name. I am not promoting any local stores here. I just researched the prices and made the list. The list is for your guide only, and it is expected that there will be price difference.

Remember, before buying a processor, make sure that your motherboard (socket type) is compatible with the processor and it is in “harmony” with other PC components to avoid bottleneck.

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  • bj0311

    Sir, I just want to ask if the AMD Athlon II x4 651K or even just the 651 is available in the Philippines. I looking to upgrade my a6-3500 after buying either a HD7750/ 7770, and that seemed to be the fastest processor on the fm1 socket without the igpu. I can buy the a8- 3870k.
    Also sir, given my situation, what can you suggest the best cpu upgrade for the 7770 not to be bottlenecked. I dont have the budget to completely change platform sir, i would like to stick to the fm1 socket. Thanks!

    • Hi bj!
      I can’t find that processor either. What motherboard are you using?
      I think the AMD A8-3870K is your best upgrade for socket FM1. Or not really sure about that since, I’m not really into AMD. Their lineup and compatibility has become confusing lately.
      You don’t have to worry if your APU/CPU is faster than your GPU. What you have to watch is when your GPU is faster than your CPU. That’s when you’ll really experience bottleneck.

      • bj0311

        I fear that that cpu is not available in the Philippines, too bad since the igpu of the 3870k will only be disabled if a i have a discrete gpu. Anyways sirr, I have an ASUS F1A55-M LK R2.0 motherboard. Will a 7750/ 7770 work with that motherboard? I’m a newbie at this sir. haha.

        • the 7770 or 7750 will work just fine.

      • bj0311

        Sir, what do you mean by “faster” in terms of clock speed?

        • No, I mean the CPU is a better processor than the GPU. You are worried about bottleneck right?
          I’m not really familiar with AMD processors, so I’ll just illustrate it to you with an Intel Processor.

          If you are going to use a First generation Intel core i3 processor and pair it with a GeForce GTX Titan, the processor would be causing the bottleneck. Of course I’m just exaggerating things to see the obvious. Whereas, if you are going to pair a GeForce GTX 650 with an Intel Core i7-4770K haswell, the bottleneck would be the GTX 650 BUT overall desktop performance would still be great. You are only limited when it comes to gaming because of the GTX 650’s capability.

          Whereas in my first example, the CPU will slow down the GPU and you wouldn’t be able to maximize the GTX Titan’s performance. For me, if you can’t have a highend CPU+GPU setup, it would be better to have a faster CPU paired with a slower GPU, than having a slow CPU paired with a faster GPU. The slower CPU will suffer and will impair your faster GPU’s performance.

          • bj0311

            Ohhh, I get it now sir, Thank you so much for your help! 🙂

  • david

    gud day sir just want to ask where can i buy AMD phenom II X4 965 3.4ghz BE with that low price… i want to put it in my am3 socket thanks

    • locally, check tipidpc.com. search for that model. be sure to buy from trusted buyers with physical stores

  • Marcus Fiber

    Sweet! Gawa ka nga ng review about this “AMD Athlon II X3 450 3.2ghz 3-Core”. Tight student budget hehe. Just want to know if it’s worth it, bro. Just email me if your review is done, thanks!. Btw i’ve bookmarked this page *two thumbs up*.

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