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Tuesday, 21 December 2010 11:15

British e-tailer ships Sandy Bridge

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Core i5-2500K for 188 quid
A British e-tailer is already shipping Sandy Bridge processors, but it has only one SKU in stock, the Core i5-2500K.

Oyyy.co.uk claims to have 262 units in stock, which is quite impressive considering the new processors shouldn't even be on sale yet.

However, we're really not entirely convinced this claim is legit, as we are talking about a small shop based in Elland, West Yorkshire and user reviews are mixed at best. Some claim the site is entirely legit and that they had no issues with their orders, while other users reported delays and spam as a result of their dealings with Oyyy.

The price stands at GBP 188 inc. VAT, but we would advise caution just in case.

You can check it out here, but don't blame us if something goes wrong.

 

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