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Monday, 20 December 2010 13:33

Sandy Bridge CPUs on sale in Malaysia

Written by Fudzilla staff


Pretty good pricing
Intel's upcoming Sandy Bridge series processors are scheduled to launch in a month's time, at CES, but some Malaysian retailers have already started selling them.

Last week we reported that a number of LGA 1155 motherboards were already shipping in Europe, but no processors were on sale in Europe or anywhere else for that matter. However, Malaysian shoppers can already upgrade to new Core i7 and Core i5 series parts.

The fastest and priciest of the lot is the Core i7 2600, a 3.4GHz part with a price tag of about $300. The Core i5 2400 and 2300 costs about $195 and $185 respectively.

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Last modified on Monday, 20 December 2010 17:17
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+14 #1 leftiszi 2010-12-20 13:45
If the 2500K overclocks to 5Ghz on air I'm game. Otherwise I'm waiting for Bulldozer.
 
 
-5 #2 IlDuce88 2010-12-20 14:30
Ye - 2500K for the WIN!
If Value(i5-760)==Value(i5-2500K):
i5-2500K.buy()
board1155.buy()
behappy.begin()
 
 
+6 #3 yasin 2010-12-20 16:17
Quoting IlDuce88:
Ye - 2500K for the WIN!
If Value(i5-760)==Value(i5-2500K):
i5-2500K.buy()
board1155.buy()
behappy.begin()


that's tragic.
 
 
+7 #4 DJDestiny 2010-12-20 16:28
Quoting IlDuce88:
Ye - 2500K for the WIN!
If Value(i5-760)==Value(i5-2500K):
i5-2500K.buy()
board1155.buy()
behappy.begin()


Very tragic .

If Value(i5-2300)==(+-)Value(1090t):
c.buy1090t()
c.buyASROCK890GX
c.enjoy
c.letthegamesbegi n
c.TurnIlDuce88int oatroll
}
 
 
+9 #5 milkod2001 2010-12-20 17:17
Quoting leftiszi:
If the 2500K overclocks to 5Ghz on air I'm game. Otherwise I'm waiting for Bulldozer.


I only hope that Bulldozer won't be just another low price/good enough :( performance cheappy crap as current AMD Cpus are. Otherwise I'm buying 2.5kK SB :)
 
 
-2 #6 DJDestiny 2010-12-20 17:20
Quoting milkod2001:
Quoting leftiszi:
If the 2500K overclocks to 5Ghz on air I'm game. Otherwise I'm waiting for Bulldozer.


I only hope that Bulldozer won't be just another low price/good enough :( performance cheappy crap as current AMD Cpus are. Otherwise I'm buying 2.5kK SB :)


It won't be , trust me . Just get your mind off the 2500 .
 
 
0 #7 BernardP 2010-12-20 20:56
If Bulldozer performs at about the same level as SB, it will be a better enthusiast CPU, because it won't force useless built-in Intel GPU on users.
 
 
+6 #8 Naterm 2010-12-20 21:23
It's pretty unlikely that Bulldozer will as fast a uarch as Sandy Bridge. These are the baby SNB chips right here and AMD will have a hard enough time competing with them. Let alone the big nasty 6/8-core 12/16-thread beasts that will launch around the same time as Bulldozer.

It's funny to see all the unsubstantiated enthusiasm in AMD fanboys. I haven't seen this much of it since Barcelona, which was of course to have slaughtered Conroe and Kentsfield.
 
 
0 #9 DJDestiny 2010-12-21 12:58
Quoting Naterm:
It's pretty unlikely that Bulldozer will as fast a uarch as Sandy Bridge. These are the baby SNB chips right here and AMD will have a hard enough time competing with them. Let alone the big nasty 6/8-core 12/16-thread beasts that will launch around the same time as Bulldozer.

It's funny to see all the unsubstantiated enthusiasm in AMD fanboys. I haven't seen this much of it since Barcelona, which was of course to have slaughtered Conroe and Kentsfield.


Well , not really .
You are comparing a 1st gen 32nm to a 3rd gen 32nm .
It's like comparing a Bugatti Veyron to a Veyron SS .
 
 
-4 #10 Naterm 2010-12-21 13:53
Another post from you that doesn't make any sense. First, Sandy Bridge is intel's second main processor group on 32nm. Second, you need to clarify what, if anything, you're trying to say.
 

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