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Must be poor overclockers that got returned.
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That's correct. Current Intel chips do not have pins. AMD still uses pins.
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These chips don't have pins.

It's been a long time since you've put an Intel build together ehy?
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Must be poor overclockers that got returned.
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this seems like a good deal and im on the fence as im looking for a 7700k to go on sale. scared of bent pins or something stupid
This goes for about 300 on sale so either get ryzen or get this. TittyRipper isn't going to be worth until like 2-5 years when games actually utilize the cores or if you do encoding/videos.
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This goes for about 300 on sale so either get ryzen or get this. TittyRipper isn't going to be worth until like 2-5 years when games actually utilize the cores or if you do encoding/videos.
u can get this for 310 retail. and i cant get ryzen as i already have a 1151mb. was hoping to catch this for 275ish but i still might bite on this
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this seems like a good deal and im on the fence as im looking for a 7700k to go on sale. scared of bent pins or something stupid
what pins? There are no pins on a cpu.
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what pins? There are no pins on a cpu.
That's correct. Current Intel chips do not have pins. AMD still uses pins.
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this seems like a good deal and im on the fence as im looking for a 7700k to go on sale. scared of bent pins or something stupid
These chips don't have pins.

It's been a long time since you've put an Intel build together ehy?
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These chips don't have pins.

It's been a long time since you've put an Intel build together ehy?
Yup, pins are only on the MB for intel
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These chips don't have pins.

It's been a long time since you've put an Intel build together ehy?
yep its been a long time. my current cpu is 7 years old athlon II black edition 😭
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