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7/22 Price drop and e6600?

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Was there any mention of the e6600's price being reduced as well, or just the q6600 and then the new 1333fsb processors coming out? If the e6750 is supposed to be $183, would be pretty nice if they would price the e6600 at $170 or so, between e6750 and the e6550. If not, guess I have to decide on the e6750 or the quad.
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I don't know about USD, but here the Q6600 is getting around 250 euros...and E6600 for like 150 - 170 euros.
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post #3 of 9
check this...

Who needs E6600 when you got E6750??

Edit: odds are the E6600 will be the same price if not lower as the E6750
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the e6600 will have much better overclocking hadroom because a lot of mobo's can handle high enough fsb to get a big oc out of a 1333 chip. e6750 multi=8, e6600 multi=9
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If the e6600 turns out to be in the $160-170, that would be really great, especially considering how far it can be pushed.

Ya, I was thinking about the e6750, but apparently it won't be such a great overclocker, and I would rather spend less on the e6600 and be able to push is farther (if I decide to OC), then having a slightly higher stock speed. I guess it all depends on how far the e6750 can be pushed, and we will find out in about a month.

I'm still debating on getting a Quad core, but I don't think I realistically need one, but if I decide not to get it, I'll play it safe and get a Quad compatible MoBo.
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Ya, I was thinking about the e6750, but apparently it won't be such a great overclocker
 
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Reading up on what most previews are saying as well as reading around the forums, the FSB seems to be a killer as well as the multiplier. I'm not really too great with processor overclocking, so I just read around and this is the info that I got.
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Im gona pass this, gona wait for the 45nm to drop to 200's.
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Im gona pass this, gona wait for the 45nm to drop to 200's.
Well you are using a C2D already, I'm still on the good ol' P4
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