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Ahh you so crazy... Micros Center had them for 149 for the longest time?!?!?!
up 10 now to 159$
http://www.microcenter.com/product/354589/Core_i5_2500K_LGA_1155_Boxed_Processor
PC sales are not down because INTEL...
3 big reasons...
1. PC's do what people expect ever since Core 2 Duo days (excluding us) no need to upgrade
2. Tablets are taking over. My grandpa has a Kindle Fire and never leaves his chair...
3. Economy, nobody can afford a new PC and a iPad, but sheeple are going for the more trendy iPad
Customers ask me if they should just get a laptop because it will do everything a desktop will. I have to agree that it will do every thing THEY need it to. 2012 is the Death of the Desktop PC for the average consumer.

It's really a shame but I have to agree with you here.I think that desktop pc's are dying and they are only bought by people like us who like gaming and having a high performance with a PC,something you can't do with a cheap laptop.
Most of the needs of the average consumer are satisfied by both the tablet and laptop.

I have a laptop and a smartphone apart from my desktop pc.Honestly the PC is always the best,bigger screen,faster,more space in hard drives,etc.

I think that most people just don't see the advantages desktop pc's have cause they think that laptop or tablet is just enough for them,I totally disagree with them because the desktop can't be compared.

I have no problem with them only using a tablet and laptop instead of a laptop and a desktop.... but when they start telling me that tablets are the future, then I get mad. People eat stupid Apple marketing up.

Call me when you can fit four 16-core 2.5GHz CPUs with Bulldozer-level IPC (or a couple 8-core 3GHz CPUs with SB-level IPC if that's your kinda thing), 512GB of DDR3 ECC RAM, the equivalent of QuadFire 7970s, and 32TB of storage into a laptop of any size.
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Mobile sales, in the next few years your phone is going to replace a basic computer/laptop. Word processing, browsing, email, etc... can all be done on one device. We have quad cores in them now with very little powerdraw. Couple that with an hdmi cable and a bluetooth mouse+keyboard and boom. You got yourself on spicy computer on the go.
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Not really, since the heavy lifting of most of the voice recognition programs are offloaded to servers, hence the need for an internet connection to use Siri, or most of the Android Variants.
Which is why Intel need to grab this untapped market. AI and voice recognition can easily use up a lot of CPU resources for perfect intelligent.

We are still missing 99.9% accurate voice recognition and super intelligent virtual Assistant. Apple Siri shows how stupid the Assistant is. how far from being Viable.

I'll like to have something like Star trek. I speak to a computer and it totally understand whatever I want accurately.
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Cayenne. MicroCenter =/= Everywhere

The closest MC to me is 1500 miles away.
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Intel is getting too, comfortable.
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I have no problem with them only using a tablet and laptop instead of a laptop and a desktop.... but when they start telling me that tablets are the future, then I get mad. People eat stupid Apple marketing up.
Call me when you can fit four 16-core 2.5GHz CPUs with Bulldozer-level IPC (or a couple 8-core 3GHz CPUs with SB-level IPC if that's your kinda thing), 512GB of DDR3 ECC RAM, the equivalent of QuadFire 7970s, and 32TB of storage into a laptop of any size.

Agreed. Tablets or even laptops will never (or at least for a very long time) replace desktops as workstations where actual performance is needed. That been said I don't think it will actually take that long (5-6 years) before we have similar levels of performance to what you describe. The thing is that by then we will have something much better for desktops.
    
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Agreed. Tablets or even laptops will never (or at least for a very long time) replace desktops as workstations where actual performance is needed. That been said I don't think it will actually take that long (5-6 years) before we have similar levels of performance to what you describe. The thing is that by then we will have something much better for desktops.

The thing is, there aren't many situations where performance is needed. That is why Dell and HP are having huge losses. In the consumer market, all but the enthusiasts can get by, and more conveniently, with tablets. The corporate desktop is where the OEMs get saved, and only because of Windows stranglehold over it. I do computer programming for a living (which isn't the most computer intensive job, but well above average) and the recent tablets that are coming out would probably have enough power for me to do my work on. I would just need a keyboard and a larger screen, both of which you can attach to current tablets.

Just because people say tablets are the future doesn't mean they will replace everything. Desktop computing in a few years won't be completely replaced, but it will be a niche market in the consumer segment.
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I also read this story and both the story itself and comments about the story started me to wonder.It appears Intel is caught flat footed in regards to the move towards employees bringing their own devices to work.In the comments section there was a good bit of rejection directed towards the current line of Intel i7 cpu's and their great cost.Many people were flat out rejecting the idea that a replacement of their 775 system was needed.Some questioned the logic of high priced processors when the country is in an economic slump.My question (seeing how here on OCN very little is spoken about a non current gen i7) is just how long can Intel cater to the gaming and overclocker market.It certainly appears the mainstream and business sector is rejecting the upgrade (and the Win 8 change) over cost,change of prefered product to use, and the fact that their current system does all they need,and does it well.The idea that hardware needs replaced every 18 months has been replaced by economic realities and the fact that the consumer is not a dumb as we thought.
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The thing is, there aren't many situations where performance is needed. That is why Dell and HP are having huge losses. In the consumer market, all but the enthusiasts can get by, and more conveniently, with tablets. The corporate desktop is where the OEMs get saved, and only because of Windows stranglehold over it. I do computer programming for a living (which isn't the most computer intensive job, but well above average) and the recent tablets that are coming out would probably have enough power for me to do my work on. I would just need a keyboard and a larger screen, both of which you can attach to current tablets.
Just because people say tablets are the future doesn't mean they will replace everything. Desktop computing in a few years won't be completely replaced, but it will be a niche market in the consumer segment.

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Been waiting to find i5 2500k in the 150$ range before buying.

mad.gif $267 in th UK

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