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wtang80 87 125 April 26, 2016 at 10:23 AM in CPUs (6) More eBay Deals
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Promoted 04-27-2016 by brisar at 05:01 AM View Original Post
Newegg via eBay has Intel Core i7-6700 Skylake 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor (BX80662I76700) on sale for $279.99. Shipping is free. Thanks wtang80
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Edited April 26, 2016 at 12:18 PM by TattyBear
$280 for i7-6700 8M LGA 1151 Skylake 3.4GHz. Awesome price lowest in the market!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Cor...Sw5ZBWGROq
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Thumbs up to cancel out your dumb reason for a thumbs down.
6600K is $199 @ microcenter, if you have one. I'm fighting so hard not to go buy it.

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Aw, not the K model!
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Aw, not the K model!
ha-ha had the same reaction
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Been comparison and does it seem like non-K version is faster under single core?
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Still a good CPU although not K
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Been comparison and does it seem like non-K version is faster under single core?
The K version allows you to overclock, so it will be "faster" on each core. If you dont plan to overclock, just get the non k version.
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The K version allows you to overclock, so it will be "faster" on each core. If you dont plan to overclock, just get the non k version.
Or buy one of the motherboards that had the unlock built into it and flash the mobo bios back to stock. There are mobo that would oc the non k variant but it has to have the initial bios to function.
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I'm trying to hit an i5 around $200 but this is damn tempting
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does this suggest the k version is in any tangible way faster at stock settings? I do not want to over clock, but I also don't want it if the k at stock settings is even slightly faster. can someone clue me in?
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does this suggest the k version is in any tangible way faster at stock settings? I do not want to over clock, but I also don't want it if the k at stock settings is even slightly faster. can someone clue me in?
Yes, that's showing benchmarks at stock speeds. By default the k version runs at 4.0GHz.
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I'm trying to hit an i5 around $200 but this is damn tempting
6600K is $199 @ microcenter, if you have one. I'm fighting so hard not to go buy it.
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TD for Ebay
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I'm trying to hit an i5 around $200 but this is damn tempting
As much as it pains me to say it, I picked up the 6600k off Jet.com for 204 with coupon a few weeks back (yes my first order). Can't stand jet and the shipping took 6 days, but still saved 36 bucks.

And remember the new i5's don't have hyperthreading. So if you do a ton of video editing or software code compiling I feel the i7 is a must IMO.
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