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[WTB] Intel 6th Gen i5 or i7 (Skylake)

I was encoding some videos and somehow fried my i7 6700k. I'm looking for something comparable. I know my chipset supports the 7th gen chips, however I'm not sure if my BIOS is ready for it, so I'm probably sticking with 6th for now.

Lmk what you got! Thanks

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