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That is very expensive taking aking into account I was able to buy two i7-3770k for $230 each with a $20 coupon off.
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nice !!! thumb.gif

more proof that 4770K its too crayz.. and stop with the microcenter deals not everyone have 1 near.. hell, no everyone LIVES in usa to start

Microcenter will sell the 4770k for the same price of the current 3770k just not at launch
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Cool. Microcenter is only about a couple of thousand miles away..

Sounds like a good reason to leave Finland and move to the States. wink.gif
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Microcenter will sell the 4770k for the same price of the current 3770k just not at launch

True, and by the time the 4770K's get to the level that the 3770K's are now, people will be saying "Wait 3 more months, the 5770K are about to be released and they will be 5-10% faster and only 4-9% more expensive than the 4770K's. wink.gif
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I was putting off building a PC for the family until Haswell came out. Guess I will just go get them the $229 3770k at Microcenter this weekend and be done with it....

That should easily last the family 5 years or so as a PC for what they use it for. Really longer if I am going to be cheap about it later lol.
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I guess it might be worth it over a current $230 3770k @ MC since you'll have the ability to upgrade to Broadwell next year. Skylake/Skymont will be my next build.
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post #57 of 206
For the gains mentioned before, doesn't seem to be worth it.

Isn't the whole point of Haswell to benefit iGPU and more importantly increase battery life? Obviously irrelevant in OC.net / desktop market, but laptop wise.. I'm ready to upgrade to an ultrabook but the claimed battery improvements have me waiting.
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Shame, real shame. Intel now knows AMD is out of the Med-High end CPU race and now will charge whatever they want.

this

now the Intel fans will rejoice too ??
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True, and by the time the 4770K's get to the level that the 3770K's are now, people will be saying "Wait 3 more months, the 5770K are about to be released and they will be 5-10% faster and only 4-9% more expensive than the 4770K's. wink.gif

That's why you buy when you need to upgrade, and not wait on tech to come. thumb.gif
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post #60 of 206
I'll wait for Micro Centers crack head prices biggrin.gif, I'll sell my current 3770k on Ebay for near what I got it for. Gotta love Micro Center thumb.gif
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