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Most likely. I smell envy
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post #102 of 267
Isn't the 980X already 3.33GHz? This has to be like 3.5 or 3.6GHz. Should be amazing for overclocking, I bet you could get it stable at 5GHz easily.
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post #103 of 267
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Once again, the 970 is much more interesting news to the other 99% of us.
I need a 970 to replace my I7 920!
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post #104 of 267
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W0oot a 1500 USD chip

i should sell my liver to buy this ^^
Hell I'd sell both of them!
post #105 of 267
I feel it is a completely pointless chip, as will many many others. That doesn't mean it to everyone. If they price it at 1K+ and it sells, obviously there is a market for them. Worth is subjective, why bother arguing about it?
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intel should make a hexcore for like P55 or something to compete with AMD's Phenom II X6's
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post #107 of 267
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intel should make a hexcore for like P55 or something to compete with AMD's Phenom II X6's
The i7 8xx already compete very well against Phenom II X6
post #108 of 267
Why do people complain every time INTEL takes out an EE CPU? Is it the performance? Is it the price tag? No, it is the mere fact that some of us, mortals, need to make sure you get as much as possible for as little as possible. We look at the price and we research 20 e-shops until we find out that gives a product with a 5 $ / euro saving. We will buy it where it is cheapest because ourt budget does not make us flexible.

If everyone would afford this, nobody would complain about the price. Don't forget the FX 52 days when you had to have deep pockets to buy that CPU.
 
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post #109 of 267
it will prolly be cheaper than the server chip you'd have to buy other wise
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post #110 of 267
I used to always want the extreme edition processors. However it would just be a waste of money for me since I wouldn't overclock it more than 3.8 or 4.0 Ghz.

Also I feel sorry for anybody that bought a 980X. Intel really got you this time. Exactly how they got people who went for the 965X, they came out with the 975X!

You can never win against technology. Ugh.
    
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