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Intel i5-8600K CPU + ASUS Prime Z370-A ATX MB + 16GB Corsair DDR4 Memory EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has Intel i5-8600K CPU + Asus Prime Z370-A ATX MB + 16GB Corsair DDR4 Memory Bundle for $509.99 - $10 Rebate = $499.99. Shipping is free. Thanks ScientiaGG

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  • Intel Core i5-8600K Coffee Lake 6-Core 3.6 GHz (4.3 GHz Turbo) LGA 1151 (300 Series) 95W
  • ASUS Prime Z370-A LGA 1151 (300 Series) Intel Z370 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.1 ATX
  • CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000
bundle on sale for $510. After $10 mail-in rebate you can get them with $500.
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Tempting but my i5-3570K + 16GB is still serving me quite well; upgrading right now doesn't really make sense. If you have a similar rig I wouldn't advise spending the money to upgrade right now either.

Still, good deal if you're looking to upgrade something older. i5-8600K should serve well for 3-5 years depending how demanding you are of your hardware.
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I would say don't bother, I would not give up 32GB RAM for this. Unless you have failing mobo, unsupported I/O with latest softwares and you need to upgrade for stable Windows and drivers support, it's not worth it.
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Man, I should have waited for these deals before buying.
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Tempting but my i5-3570K + 16GB is still serving me quite well; upgrading right now doesn't really make sense. If you have a similar rig I wouldn't advise spending the money to upgrade right now either.

Still, good deal if you're looking to upgrade something older. i5-8600K should serve well for 3-5 years depending how demanding you are of your hardware.
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Man, I should have waited for these deals before buying.
Yup you should have
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Missed the i7 deal regret it hoping it will come back.
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Good upgrade from my Z97 Killer + 4790K + 32GB Kingston HyperX DDR3?
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Tempting but my i5-3570K + 16GB is still serving me quite well; upgrading right now doesn't really make sense. If you have a similar rig I wouldn't advise spending the money to upgrade right now either.

Still, good deal if you're looking to upgrade something older. i5-6700K should serve well for 3-5 years depending how demanding you are of your hardware.
Yep, my i7-3820 is working pretty good too.
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Good combo for anyone interesting in building a new machine.
Total Rebates $10.00

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Duplicated, sorry about that
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Good upgrade from my Z97 Killer + 4790K + 32GB Kingston HyperX DDR3?
I would say don't bother, I would not give up 32GB RAM for this. Unless you have failing mobo, unsupported I/O with latest softwares and you need to upgrade for stable Windows and drivers support, it's not worth it.
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I would say don't bother, I would not give up 32GB RAM for this. Unless you have failing mobo, unsupported I/O with latest softwares and you need to upgrade for stable Windows and drivers support, it's not worth it.
Second this, it would be more of a sidegrade. 6 cores vs 4 core 8 thread would not be worth the cost imo.
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I5-8600k=I7-7700K
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Good upgrade from my Z97 Killer + 4790K + 32GB Kingston HyperX DDR3?
I have the same setup but with 16gb and I'll be waiting until the 10nm ice lake CPUs to come out the end of this year. The 8600k is only a 10-20% increase on clock speed.
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I would say don't bother, I would not give up 32GB RAM for this. Unless you have failing mobo, unsupported I/O with latest softwares and you need to upgrade for stable Windows and drivers support, it's not worth it.
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Second this, it would be more of a sidegrade. 6 cores vs 4 core 8 thread would not be worth the cost imo.
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I have the same setup but with 16gb and I'll be waiting until the 10nm ice lake CPUs to come out the end of this year. The 8600k is only a 10-20% increase on clock speed.
Thanks guys, will wait until the next iteration drops with Spectre and Meltdown fixed altogether.
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