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Price has jumped over 60 euros in Germany. It seems it was way too cheap under 200 euros smile.gif
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Nice to see Broadwell is better than the press and popular opinion said based only on price and overclock capacity. Will definitely buy the 5775c after Christmas.

Prices in Spain have remain around the same for the past 2 months, ~280-290€ for the 5675c and 390-400€ for the 5775c. The only weird thing is since this week it seems there's no more stock of broadwells, as online retainers have the delivery at 2-7 days.
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Im wondering why everyone here discussing broadwell CPU when we already got Skylake 6700k which is next gen CPU? do i miss something?
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No major Canadian retailer seems to be stocking either of these. NCIX told me they likely won't ever have it in stock, and I can't find it on newegg.ca frown.gif

Are there any sub-$300 deals for 5775Cs at any Microcenters in the US?
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No major Canadian retailer seems to be stocking either of these. NCIX told me they likely won't ever have it in stock, and I can't find it on newegg.ca frown.gif

Are there any sub-$300 deals for 5775Cs at any Microcenters in the US?

You can get from these guys in the US and they ship to Canada.
I've ordered from them before and shipped to Kingston, Ontario.
You pay your normal province taxes when it arrive at customs:

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1181928-REG/intel_bx80658i75775c_core_i7_5775c_3_3_ghz.html
post #696 of 813
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Im wondering why everyone here discussing broadwell CPU when we already got Skylake 6700k which is next gen CPU? do i miss something?

Because for a lot of people Broadwell means only new chip, while skylake means new chip, new motherboard, and new ram, which end up a lot more expensive.
And also, because for gaming the edram is really beneficial, such much that in the right situation it wins the skylake performance.
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Originally Posted by Quantum Reality View Post

No major Canadian retailer seems to be stocking either of these. NCIX told me they likely won't ever have it in stock, and I can't find it on newegg.ca frown.gif

Are there any sub-$300 deals for 5775Cs at any Microcenters in the US?

You can get from these guys in the US and they ship to Canada.
I've ordered from them before and shipped to Kingston, Ontario.
You pay your normal province taxes when it arrive at customs:

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1181928-REG/intel_bx80658i75775c_core_i7_5775c_3_3_ghz.html

The problem is that would be over $500 Canadian, and I know Intel has listed that CPU for somewhat less on the ARK site.
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post #698 of 813
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Im wondering why everyone here discussing broadwell CPU when we already got Skylake 6700k which is next gen CPU? do i miss something?

Because Broadwell 1150 has some bells and whistles that Skylake doesn't. irisPRO which I personally think is awesome and the monstrous 128mb L4 cache. The latter is very nice in CPU intensive apps, especially multiplayer gaming with lots players, draw distance and physics.

I'd personally take Broadwell 1150 over any CPU ever made as it suits me very well with my preference of maintaining the highest minimum FPS possible.
post #699 of 813
sorry still dont understand, who cares about iris pro integrated graphics if you got 980 Ti ? We talking about CPU here, not GPU, assuming you already have GPU.
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sorry still dont understand, who cares about iris pro integrated graphics if you got 980 Ti ? We talking about CPU here, not GPU, assuming you already have GPU.

Well, someone who wants great cpu performanceand someone who would combine dGPU and iGPU in DX12 games. The iris 6200 graphics whould be good at that.
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