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Intel Core i7-8700K Coffee Lake 3.7GHz Desktop Processor EXPIRED

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Monoprice via eBay.com has Intel Core i7-8700K Coffee Lake 3.7GHz Desktop Processor (BX80684I78700K) for $329.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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This is Intel's 8th Gen Desktop Processor that features 6-cores w/ overclocking capabilities and requires Intel 300 Series chip set based motherboard. Offer valid while promotion last. Returns are valid for 30 days; buyer pays for return shipping - Discombobulated

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Wow, nice price! If I didn't have to toss 32gb of DDR3 in the trash to upgrade I'd be all over this.
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It's a good deal but unless you're upgrading from one of 2 generations you will need ram which makes computer building a bad deal right now
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AMD IS AFFECTED
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DAMN!!!
They going down in price or is this HOT?
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Wow, nice price! If I didn't have to toss 32gb of DDR3 in the trash to upgrade I'd be all over this.
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DAMN!!!
They going down in price or is this HOT?
It's a good deal but unless you're upgrading from one of 2 generations you will need ram which makes computer building a bad deal right now
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Is this affected by the security problem?
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Is this affected by the security problem?
They are all affected by the security problem. The problem that has been patched and with almost negligible performance hits for the home user/gamer.

If you want to wait for a processor that is not affected, it MIGHT be 4 years...
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Paid $400 a month ago =/
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dang, they're going down in prices already!? Paid $450 for these back in Nov..
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intel is getting slapped around because of negative press, and amd seems like a phoenix rising from the ashes.

this will be an interesting year. competition is good. next build will probably be an AMD, and it might not even be just a value proposition, but a better value, performance, and long term proposition since they support their sockets for longer.

Just found this juicy article. Intel is going to get hammered.

https://www.engadget.com/2018/01/...newer-cpu/
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Wow, nice price! If I didn't have to toss 32gb of DDR3 in the trash to upgrade I'd be all over this.
Well you could toss it onto ebay. Then you'd just have to pay the difference to upgrade to DDR4.
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Paid $400 a month ago =/
that ain't slick =\
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I know. It makes me sad =(
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Meltdown might actually be a double edged sword and a possible blessing in disguise-- it might bring prices down.
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