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Benjamin_Z 87 36 May 9, 2016 at 01:32 PM in CPUs (5) More Jet.com Deals
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Promoted 05-09-2016 by Corwin at 05:39 PM View Original Post
Update: The price has decreased to $261.43 after promotional discounts are applied.

Jet.com has for New Customers: Intel Core i7-6700 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor on sale for $309 now-> $297.99 - 15% w/ promo code 15NOW - $6.80 now-> $6.56 when you waive the return fee = $272.20 Now-> $261.43. Shipping is free. Thanks BenZ1322

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You may be able to save even more with the Amex Offer w/ $50+ Purchases at Jet.com or Jet Mobile App $10 Credit offer. Details can be found here. Offer is valid for new Jet customers only.

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Written by Corwin

With the additional discounts factored in this is lower than a previous Frontpage deal from the end of April. -Corwin

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Edited May 10, 2016 at 04:35 PM by Benjamin_Z
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Jet has the i7-6700 for $309 which you can get down to $272.20 if you use the 15% off first order plus waive free return shipping. If you stack the AMEX $10 off of $50, you'll only pay $262.20. Definitely the lowest I've seen for the i7 6700. Last front page deal was for $280, this is noticeably lower!

Sorry in advance for it not being the 6700k version Frown

EDIT: The price dropped to $297.99 and with the same 15NOW coupon code plus waiving free return shipping, total comes down to $261.43. Even Cheaper!
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In for one repped!
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The Xeon e3-1245 is also available for $7 more if you need a CPU that supports ECC. They seem to be pretty much the same processor except for ECC support. I just bought the Xeon from Jet and shipped from a reputable wholesaler (Jet doesn't seem to hold their own inventory).
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Quote from nigerianscammerhello View Post :
The Xeon e3-1245 is also available for $7 more if you need a CPU that supports ECC. They seem to be pretty much the same processor except for ECC support. I just bought the Xeon from Jet and shipped from a reputable wholesaler (Jet doesn't seem to hold their own inventory).
With the same coupon code for 15% off up to $30, it ends up being $275.23. Pretty solid.
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Thanks jet shill.
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Quote from BenZ1322 View Post :
With the same coupon code for 15% off up to $30, it ends up being $275.23. Pretty solid.
Similar on the i7-4790k... $20+ starting price but the 4790 has a little more oomph (+~1200 passmark score). Depends on what your needs are. Video transcoding? I'd spring for the 4790k.
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Similar on the i7-4790k... $20+ starting price but the 4790 has a little more oomph (+~1200 passmark score). Depends on what your needs are. Video transcoding? I'd spring for the 4790k.
I'm currently running a 4790k and I love it. I don't think 6700k is worth the upgrade yet. I'm probably going to wait until the next architecture until I bite. I only posted this cause its a hell of a deal if your not planning to overclock and want skylake.
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Not the lowest price I've seen, that would be $109 for the 6700K. Just have to be apart of Intel's retail program :-P
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I was thinking about putting a new PC together since I have an i7-920, but I can't decide between the 4790k and 6700(k). The only reason I really need to spring for an i7 is because I have plex running on the machine and it would need to transcode up to several streams at a time possibly and both are quite capable of that. I've read that the 4790k is really the better processor but the Skylake mobo's have a few better features, which could a little more future proofing. All that aside I'm waiting till Pascal comes out over the summer to pull the trigger but I'm still no closer to deciding which CPU/Mobo to go with :/
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what do u guys do with these do you updrage ur laptops or make from scratch and can you please guide me where to start, this thing look pretty powerful and if i make my own laptop i end up paying for example 600 for a super duper computer that kick a $$ other companies

am i right?
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paid $300 on a buy-in and wait, can't complain, that was 6mo ago

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what do u guys do with these do you updrage ur laptops or make from scratch and can you please guide me where to start, this thing look pretty powerful and if i make my own laptop i end up paying for example 600 for a super duper computer that kick a $$ other companies

am i right?
---Huh?---
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Quote from sohaib.kim View Post :
what do u guys do with these do you updrage ur laptops or make from scratch and can you please guide me where to start, this thing look pretty powerful and if i make my own laptop i end up paying for example 600 for a super duper computer that kick a $$ other companies

am i right?
totally
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Quote from sohaib.kim View Post :
what do u guys do with these do you updrage ur laptops or make from scratch and can you please guide me where to start, this thing look pretty powerful and if i make my own laptop i end up paying for example 600 for a super duper computer that kick a $$ other companies

am i right?
These are desktop cpus, not for use in laptops. Laptops are already too cheap to benefit from self-construction.

If you are truly interested in building your own desktop check out reddit.com/r/buildapc [reddit.com] for a dedicated discussion board.
Especially their Beginner's Guide [reddit.com] is a very useful resource for anyone new to pc building.
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Quote from godealsgo View Post :
Similar on the i7-4790k... $20+ starting price but the 4790 has a little more oomph (+~1200 passmark score). Depends on what your needs are. Video transcoding? I'd spring for the 4790k.
Thanks for pointing out the price on the 4790, I might spring for that. It'd be flaming hot if it were the 4790k and not just the 4790, though Big Grin
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