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Promoted 06-07-2016 by SubZero5 at 11:09 AM View Original Post
Antonline via eBay has Intel Core i7-6700K 4GHz Quad-Core Processor (BX80662I76700K) for $309.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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Highly-rated CPU earning 4.8 stars overall (out of possible 5 stars) based on 374 customer reviews at Amazon.

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"LGA" in the title doesn't mean anything without the number after it.

This CPU is socket LGA 1151.

It is $290 + tax in store only at Microcenter.

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#3
Same deal from antonline. Not worth it if you already have an i5 6600K/i7 4790K... or i5 4690K
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"LGA" in the title doesn't mean anything without the number after it.

This CPU is socket LGA 1151.

It is $290 + tax in store only at Microcenter.
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ASUS Formula VIII MOBO overclocked this chip to a stable 4.933 ghz. Temps of 32 idle and 38 load. Nice i think.
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Any recent news on timing of Kaby Lake?
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Any recent news on timing of Kaby Lake?
coming soon.
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ASUS Formula VIII MOBO overclocked this chip to a stable 4.933 ghz. Temps of 32 idle and 38 load. Nice i think.
damn that's an insane OC
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bought it for $300 couple months back with $30 back in ebay bucks. this is a good deal if you're building a new pc but if you're just looking to upgrade, I wouldn't.
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Quote from JakDavenport View Post :
"LGA" in the title doesn't mean anything without the number after it.

This CPU is socket LGA 1151.

It is $290 + tax in store only at Microcenter.
This actually works out to be a better deal as tax in KS adds an additional $25.66,making it $315.65.
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I got mine from the last time they had it, great deal, doesn't come with CPU cooler, so grab one!
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ASUS Formula VIII MOBO overclocked this chip to a stable 4.933 ghz. Temps of 32 idle and 38 load. Nice i think.
4.9? dang
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Regular price now? This "deal" has come up repeatedly.
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Quote from JakDavenport View Post :
"LGA" in the title doesn't mean anything without the number after it.

This CPU is socket LGA 1151.

It is $290 + tax in store only at Microcenter.
LGA isn't meaningless - it means Land Grid Array and it shows you which type of socket you're dealing with. Granted, not the specific model of model, but it is information none the less.

Additionally - is it part of slickdeal law that Microcenter in store prices be cited? I live in Phoenix, largest capital city in the nation. We have no Microcenter at all. Yet Kansas City, a not very big city, has one. So, my entire extended family could easily use your Microcenter deal, but I cannot. I'm stuck with Fry's offerings or what good deals are posted here.

Otherwise, not a bad deal. If you really want the OC and all that... I guess go for it. I've said in countless other threads, you spend less on the CPU not OCing, you spend less on a just as good mobo. You can also spend less on your PSU depending (OCing isn't a power eater like it was though). You also don't have to worry about cooling and/or as much heat being generated. Longevity isn't an issue, I've seen CPUs OC'ed for years now without failing. Plus, the gains we get today aren't like in the past where you could buy the baseline chip and double the speed and essentially get a top line chip.

These days gains come in the way a CPU processes, not just solely the speed. If you look at all the core chips, the speed has only slowly crept up. So, always keep that in mind.

I don't know if they're still making the cheap Xeon CPUs, but the previous gens should be easily gotten and they offer you i7 status at a big discount and generally have other options enabled the K chips don't.
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Quote from BlackLotus777 View Post :
LGA isn't meaningless...it is information none the less.

Additionally - is it part of slickdeal law that Microcenter in store prices be cited?
1. True.

2. Slickdeals is about sharing information on deals. It's not law, but it's potentially helpful information for those shopping for a CPU so it is shared.
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