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Let's see some competition. I want lower prices NOW MWAHAHAHA
However, I'm not buying a new CPU for some time.
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post #22 of 22
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Originally Posted by Nasgul View Post
Yeah, but how long it's a while?

Just look at egg and other's high-jacking the prices on the E6x50s and I remember when the C2D were released last year, they were $80 overpriced.

$300 or less for a Quad-Core? doubt it though.
Actually I bet they'll be relatively cheap, ATI was behind nVidia so they released their HD 2900XT for less then the 8800GTX, why would the Phenom be any different?
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