VideoCardz noticed that a Spanish tech site published details about the European pricing of AMD's upcoming Ryzen lineup. The eternal problem with this sort of leaks is that it's hard to verify the accuracy, so we recommend taking this news with a pinch of salt.
The site suggests the Ryzen 7 1800X will be the flagship model and that this chip will command a MSRP of 600EUR. The cheapest eight-core, 16-threaded Ryzen will be the Ryzen 7 1700, which will reportedly fetch a price of 390EUR. These prices include VAT.
According to El Chapuzas Informatico, the price of high-end Ryzen 7 1800X is currently estimated at 600 EUR. The Ryzen 7 1800X is supposedly the most powerful part in Ryzen lineup. This processor will have 8C/16T.
Meanwhile, the price of Ryzen 7 1700X is expected at 470 EUR, which is more than Intel Core i7 6800K (~430 EUR), but less than i7 6850K (600 EUR). The Ryzen 7 1800X and 1700X basically differ in core frequency, which is 200 MHz lower for 1700X (nothing that overclocking won’t fix).
Interestingly, AMD is also preparing Ryzen 7 1700 (non-X), which will still be an 8-core chip with 16-threads, but the TDP will be at 65W. The price of this processor is estimated at 390 EUR. This processor would be 300 MHz slower than Ryzen 7 1800X.
Then there's also some speculation that Ryzen may see retail availability on February 28. This is based on a Taobao product listing that has since been deleted. The listing was for a 4.2GHz processor with a price of 1,999 yuan, about the equivalent of $290. AMD's official line is that Ryzen will see retail availability in early March so some chips hitting stores before that is realistic.