Don’t bother asking how much it costs outside the US
If you live in the US and have a way to get to the Micro Center, you might be one of the lucky ones to be able to score a Ryzen 5600X3D for ~$230. This AM4 chip has six cores and 12 threads running at a base clock of 3.3GHz, boosting to 4.4GHz with 96MB of L3 cache and a 105W TDP. Clocks are slightly lower than the Ryzen 5 5600X readily available, but that chip lacks the 3D V-cache that makes the X 3D range so popular.
This makes for an interesting chip, if you can get your hands on it. Tasks that don’t take advantage of the extra special L3 cache will run slower than the $150 Ryzen 5 5600X due to lower frequencies. On the other hand, if your applications use 3D V-Cache, they should run much faster thanks to the extra 64MB of L3. This is also probably the last hurray for AM4 chips, if you already have a compatible motherboard and haven’t upgraded your CPU for several generations, it might be worth a trip to the Micro Center on July 7… if you find yourself in the United States.