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I hate it when people present good arguments for expensive setups such as Socket 2011...Now I want to go to it instead of FX-8120s. (For anyone wondering why, I'm yet to see much of a difference between a E6700 @ stock and an overclocked x3 720 in gaming, so I doubt a 4.5Ghz+ BD would hamper gaming at all and in terms of the other thing I mainly do it matches a 2600k for much less cost for me. However IB-e would be something to think about...)

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I like that this cpu has a ton of cache but it seems like the 2700k beats it in just about every bench confused.gif
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I like that this cpu has a ton of cache but it seems like the 2700k beats it in just about every bench confused.gif

What are you blabbering about?

Why don't you post proof instead of spewing misinformation?
 
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Old news? Was a review of this on legitreviews.com some time ago..

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A quick check on newegg says the CPU can only be purchased with a Laplink PCmover Ultimate System Builder, whatever the heck that is. mad.gif
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A quick check on newegg says the CPU can only be purchased with a Laplink PCmover Ultimate System Builder, whatever the heck that is. mad.gif

It can only be purchased with a Combo
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductCombos.aspx?Item=N82E16819115229&SubCategory=343&SortField=0&PageSize=10&page=1

Here are some other places you can get it from, the lowest price is $317:
http://tinyurl.com/buy3820
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It's too late, the prices of it are already misleading. The article says the CPU is under $300. not only is it not $300 but now we have to purchase something else with it. thank God newegg is not a brick and mortar store. how can they get away with this? How does Intel feel about someone having to buy something else to get their product? Seems like an unfair business practice just to push products that newegg wants to sell. lame
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You guys are splitting some serious hairs.
    
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It's too late, the prices of it are already misleading. The article says the CPU is under $300. not only is it not $300 but now we have to purchase something else with it. thank God newegg is not a brick and mortar store. how can they get away with this? How does Intel feel about someone having to buy something else to get their product? Seems like an unfair business practice just to push products that newegg wants to sell. lame

Did you bother to click this link?
http://www.tinyurl.com/buy3820

Most of the NewEgg combos are with X79 Motherboards, and if they want to do that, that's THEIR choice, if you don't like it, don't buy from NewEgg, are you EVEN buying this CPU?

Intel has no control over what RETAILERS decide to do, they buy them in 1K quantities from Intel.

Intel's suggested retail price is $294 - $305, if retailers decide to price gouge, that's their choice, you can choose not to buy from a specific retailer, or not buy it at all, SIMPLE.
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I'd consider this for a cheap server if they're looking for one under $2k and not want to get something that's pre-built, since a majority of the Xeon LGA2011 processors aren't out yet and the Xeon E5-1620 is essentially the same processor for the same price. The Xeon E5-1620, 1650, and 1660 are suppose to be out sometime next month by the way.

Also, since this is just released, Newegg usually limits their stocks of it with a slightly higher price until they receive more. Also Intel lists the price as $294 - $305 so could be anywhere in that range.
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