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So they bump a 2600K by 100MHz and charge $55 more dollars for it? Ok.
yep.. but intel and amd have been doing this for a while now.. not the first time
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Saw this review for the 2700k on Newegg:

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Pros: okay forget everything you thought you knew okay you did it good okay now my mom tells everyone i know a lot about computers which is true okay i build them also i made student of the month again because i'm smart anyway buy this.

Cons: It needs to come with a graphics card preferably the best because seriously what's the point if it doesn't? You got good cpu but bad graphics card then you can overclock your video to best speeds. Why buy graphics cards at all, eh?

Other Thoughts: Mountain Dew maybe some pizza from Dominos with every order of this CPU would also be cool then I would recommend it. Other than that, stay away.

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Saw this review for the 2700k on Newegg:
Newegg usually has many insightful reviews from non-owners
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saw this review for the 2700k on newegg:
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Psh, my freaking 970 clocks better than some 990x/980x's.

But yeah I do love my 2600k. 5Ghz/1.38 v
So true. I have a friend who has clocked his 970 to 4.8GHz booted and saved his Cinebench score and CPU-Z screen shot.
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I especially liked the tech level of 'high' and ownership of >1 year.
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yep.. but intel and amd have been doing this for a while now.. not the first time

1090t and 1100t
955 to 965
555 to 560 <-- I like that little guy 80$ unlocks to a B56 quad not to shabby! works on old AM2+
Great for budget gamers or HTPC's.

AMD is a MASTER at this! lol But I do believe they are a little better binned/batched
Edited by cayennemist - 10/25/11 at 5:30pm
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1090t and 1100t
955 to 965
555 to 560< I like that little guy 80$ unlocks to a quad not to shabby! works on old AM2+

AMD is a MASTER at this! lol But I do believe they are a little better binned/batched
nope doesn't seem like it.. from a page back

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alright guys.. don't waste your money..(i already bought some a few minutes ago ) was asking around on XS and dino was binning some at a event in the uk and here is what he said
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we tested CPUs over at UK while at LITS show, i think we were given a 5.4 chip that was tested out of 3 chips and also intel gave us another 4x chips and the worst one could not even clock to 5GHZ LMAO, and others were all 5, 5.1 chips JJJJJUNK
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looks like binning is no better than 2600k
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Saw this review for the 2700k on Newegg:
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Pros: okay forget everything you thought you knew okay you did it good okay now my mom tells everyone i know a lot about computers which is true okay i build them also i made student of the month again because i'm smart anyway buy this.

Cons: It needs to come with a graphics card preferably the best because seriously what's the point if it doesn't? You got good cpu but bad graphics card then you can overclock your video to best speeds. Why buy graphics cards at all, eh?

Other Thoughts: Mountain Dew maybe some pizza from Dominos with every order of this CPU would also be cool then I would recommend it. Other than that, stay away.

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This
Good to see 12 year old's into computers. Where did he get the money for that? I'm Jelly!!!
Edited by cayennemist - 10/25/11 at 5:45pm
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