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[Intel Newswire] QX9775 and Skulltrail available now?

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Pricing and Availability

The Intel Core 2 Extreme processor QX9775 is available now at an MSRP of $1,499 each. Estimated street pricing for the Intel Desktop Board D5400XS is $649. Platform components are sold separately. Several enthusiast PC manufacturers plan to offer systems based on this new platform starting today and over the next 30 days, including Armari*, Boxx Tech*, Digital Storm*, Falcon Northwest*, Maingear*, Puget Systems*, Scan*, Velocity Micro*, Vigor Gaming*, Voodoo*, @Xi Computers* and others.
http://www.intel.com/pressroom/archi...080219comp.htm

Perhaps we should be afraid?

How can I edit the title? I probably should've mentioned skulltrail....
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Something else to note is that this might mean my speculation in an earlier article about Intel releasing the non-extreme Yorkfield quad-cores might have been wrong....

EDIT: Damn, forgot to edit first post
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I bet a computer from any of those named companies is going to cost upwards of $10k for a system that any of us here could build for half that.

I still don't know how people can afford a 1,000 to $1,500 processor when they could just get a q6600 or an e8400...

Skulltrail is still amazing, and I can understand the price tag for the motherboard
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Too bad that $10k computer would only be 10% faster than a $2k or less computer. It's not even an e-peen boost since you look more like a retard spending that much.
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if i had $5000 i would go all out and have a complete WC system with a QX9775.
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Be afraid AMD, be very afraid.

Also wallets everywhere hide for fear of starving to death.
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I bet a computer from any of those named companies is going to cost upwards of $10k for a system that any of us here could build for half that.

I still don't know how people can afford a 1,000 to $1,500 processor when they could just get a q6600 or an e8400...

Skulltrail is still amazing, and I can understand the price tag for the motherboard
You can buy LGA771 Xeon quads for ~300.
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