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If you scroll all the way down you can buy the chip by itself.
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NVM the item is in short supply and you cant buy it only by itself.
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Two years later, intel has still not come up with a reason for me to ditch my X58, and E5645. Chips aren't a lot faster than when I paid $450 for this guy a lifetime ago.
    
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Two years later, intel has still not come up with a reason for me to ditch my X58, and E5645. Chips aren't a lot faster than when I paid $450 for this guy a lifetime ago.

Yeah, any LGA1366 processor, as long as it's not the first batch of i7's, you can probably get some use out of it until at least Skylake (2015.) If anyone does have an old i7, you might want to start thinking of upgrading sooner. Although if something goes wrong, like your board goes out, it might force you to upgrade though with LGA1366 being discontinued. Decent boards will become more scarce by next year.

On the other hand, I'll be upgrading to Haswell when it's released next year, or Broadwell if my timing doesn't work out. My i5-760 will only get me so far before I start noticing that I'm pushing it to the max, which I already have it OC to 4GHz so at least I'm giving myself some headroom there. My only issue is that I'm missing out on tech, like SATA III.
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It's the same price as a 2600k, why the hell not?
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It's the same price as a 2600k, why the hell not?

LGA1155 isn't really made for the server/high-end workstation computers. That's really consumer-level range. This is for someone who needs the features that LGA2011 offers, but don't want to spend $500-$1k for a processor.
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Anyone know how to edit the page back round? Mine's just the plain navy blue.
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It is part of the Intel advertising for the 520 ssd.
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