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[Amazon] AMD 2200G $60 USD around $80 CAD

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[Amazon] AMD 2200G $60 USD around $80 CAD

https://www.amazon.com/AMD-Ryzen-Proces ... way&sr=8-1
Looking for AMD 200GE, but find the AMD 2200G on promo on AMAZON.com for 59.99 USD at exchange rate 1.33 should be $80.00 CAD
This is good price, compare to Canada around $109CAD from Canadacomputers, and neweggs
This is APU come with vage 8, and good for daily use, such as watch movie, and do the office work, even games.
also you could get B450 motherboard for less than $100.

  • 4K ready
  • 4C/4T, 65W, $99
  • CPU performance higher than Intel Core i5-7500T (link 1)
  • GPU close to GTX1030 (link 2)


Thanks mikka2017
Order Summary
Items: CAD 82.23
Shipping & handling: CAD 9.93
Total before tax: CAD 92.16
Estimated tax to be collected: CAD 0.00
Import Fees Deposit: CAD 11.17
Order total: CAD 103.33
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CAD USD
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1 USD = 1.3707337586 CAD
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Link1:https://www.anandtech.com/bench/CPU-2019/2224
Link2:https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/3 ... vs-gt-1030
Last edited by MrR4ven on Sep 6th, 2019 4:19 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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MrR4ven wrote:
Sep 6th, 2019 4:59 am
https://www.amazon.com/AMD-Ryzen-Proces ... way&sr=8-1
Looking for AMD 200GE, but find the AMD 2200G on promo on AMAZON.com for 59.99 USD at exchange rate 1.33 should be $80.00 CAD
This is good price, compare to Canada around $109CAD from Canadacomputers, and neweggs
This is APU come with vage 8, and good for daily use, such as watch movie, and do the office work, even games.
also you could get B450 motherboard for less than $100.

Looks like Amazon has no stock yet, ETA is September 11, 2019. I think the canadian site may change the pricing on this day - to reflect price drops ( just guessing though).

Any shipping charges to ship to Canada? - Looks like $4.99 per item + $1.99 /lbs - so it should be $7 USD to chip to Canada so $67 USD = $90 CDN - (haven't factored in the taxes and/or duties)

Great deal though !!! Upvoted!!!
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Order Summary
Items: CAD 82.23
Shipping & handling: CAD 9.93
Total before tax: CAD 92.16
Estimated tax to be collected: CAD 0.00
Import Fees Deposit: CAD 11.17
Order total: CAD 103.33
Selected payment currency
CAD USD
(Change card currency)
Applicable Exchange Rate
1 USD = 1.3707337586 CAD

(includes all Amazon fees and charges)

it comes out to 103.cdn...is that the all in price? or we have to pay brokerage and txes still? confused

tia, i've never bought on .com before

also will this apu do 4k youtube at 60fps or the apu is too weak? i know u still need a mobo that supports hdmi2.0 or dp1.2
*SIG: OptiPlex™ 790 i5-2400 @3.1ghz 12gb DDR3 ram win10 pro w/radeon rx460 rogers Gigabit @$39.99 no 60FPS 4k youtube :( using D-Link DIR-890L AC3200
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For the youtube 4K it is good enough.

I will corss the board and pick it up .
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mikka2017 wrote:
Sep 6th, 2019 6:23 am
Order Summary
Items: CAD 82.23
Shipping & handling: CAD 9.93
Total before tax: CAD 92.16
Estimated tax to be collected: CAD 0.00
Import Fees Deposit: CAD 11.17
Order total: CAD 103.33
Selected payment currency
CAD USD
(Change card currency)
Applicable Exchange Rate
1 USD = 1.3707337586 CAD

(includes all Amazon fees and charges)

it comes out to 103.cdn...is that the all in price? or we have to pay brokerage and txes still? confused

tia, i've never bought on .com before

also will this apu do 4k youtube at 60fps or the apu is too weak? i know u still need a mobo that supports hdmi2.0 or dp1.2
yes. no extra fee. price all include.
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mikka2017 wrote:
Sep 6th, 2019 6:23 am
Order Summary
Items: CAD 82.23
Shipping & handling: CAD 9.93
Total before tax: CAD 92.16
Estimated tax to be collected: CAD 0.00
Import Fees Deposit: CAD 11.17
Order total: CAD 103.33
Selected payment currency
CAD USD
(Change card currency)
Applicable Exchange Rate
1 USD = 1.3707337586 CAD

(includes all Amazon fees and charges)

it comes out to 103.cdn...is that the all in price? or we have to pay brokerage and txes still? confused

tia, i've never bought on .com before

also will this apu do 4k youtube at 60fps or the apu is too weak? i know u still need a mobo that supports hdmi2.0 or dp1.2
Yes, that's all in the price. No additional fees.
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Essentially $21 cheaper than Amazon Canada. I think I'll wait for the Canadian site to follow suit.
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Great CPU for entry level system or HTPC. Paired mine with a compatible B350 for 4K/60Hz/4:4:4 output.
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I love mine too, paired with the Asrock B450M Pro and 16GB 3200
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The 3200G comes with significant improvements (like the ability to properly play all the latest 4K codecs/HDCP stuff including 4K Netflix, critical for some HTPCs) and is only $125 which is still absurdly cheap for a good CPU/APU - just something to think about depending on your intended application.
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It be great if it's ships ftom Canada amazon warehouse cheaper for Amazon company to ship it from cross boarder
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CanadaCPU wrote:
Sep 6th, 2019 10:56 am
The 3200G comes with significant improvements (like the ability to properly play all the latest 4K codecs/HDCP stuff including 4K Netflix, critical for some HTPCs) and is only $125 which is still absurdly cheap for a good CPU/APU - just something to think about depending on your intended application.
Where did you get this information from? thought the video is still VEGA 8 graphics ...
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frugal69 wrote:
Sep 6th, 2019 11:07 am
Where did you get this information from? thought the video is still VEGA 8 graphics ...
The fact that it's called Vega 8 actually has nothing to do with it, AMD has simply added support for 4K copyright protected streams on the new 3XXX series APUs.

Full rundown here if you're curious:

https://www.anandtech.com/Show/Index/14 ... -under-150

"A new feature coming to the APUs is support for 4K protected video streaming, such as Netflix 4K. This is a feature that has been missed on the previous generation, especially as AMD’s APUs have found their way into a number of small form factor systems and HTPC builds. The new APUs also support Radeon Anti-Lag, a new feature to reduce controller-to-display lag input times."

Anyways if you're building a HTPC, go with the 3XXX generation.
Last edited by CanadaCPU on Sep 6th, 2019 11:13 am, edited 1 time in total.
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CanadaCPU wrote:
Sep 6th, 2019 10:56 am
The 3200G comes with significant improvements (like the ability to properly play all the latest 4K codecs/HDCP stuff including 4K Netflix, critical for some HTPCs) and is only $125 which is still absurdly cheap for a good CPU/APU - just something to think about depending on your intended application.
$125 where? It's $134 + tax on Amazon.ca, which brings it to about $150. The OP's post, all in you're looking at $100. For a budget processor, that's a 50% price difference.
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najibs wrote:
Sep 6th, 2019 11:11 am
$125 where? It's $134 + tax on Amazon.ca, which brings it to about $150. The OP's post, all in you're looking at $100. For a budget processor, that's a 50% price difference.
ShopRBC is $124.25 - just look at PCPartPicker.com and make sure you pick Canada. Tax varies by province so you can't really compare anything other than the base price.

You didn't read my post - I said depending on intended application you will want to go with the 3XXX series, such as if you are building a HTPC because there is a major difference in what content it will natively support. Nowhere did I say that wasn't a good price on the 2200G, but people need to make sure they know the limitations.

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