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Monday, 24 October 2011 07:12

Intel officially rolls out Core i7-2700K

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Cuts price for Core i3-2120 and Pentium G850 and G630


Intel has officially updated its price list and thus introduced the latest Core i7-2700K CPU. The updated price list also includes lower prices for Core i3-2120 CPU as well as the Pentioum G850 and the G630.

Details regarding the Core i7-2700K have been known for quite some time, but if you somehow missed it, the i7-2700K is a quad-core that works at 3.5GHz, has 8MB of L3 cache and a 95W TDP. The Core i7-2700K is a mere 100MHz faster than the Core i7-2600K and will be available with a US $332 price tag (1k-unit tray quantities), just as we wrote before.

This price tag places the Core i7-2700K a tad above the Core i7-2600K, with a $15 price difference. The Core i3-2120 got a small price cut to US $117 while Pentium G850 and the G630 parts dropped to US $75 and US $64, respectively.

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+1 #1 hoohoo 2011-10-24 18:50
NOw if only I could buy an FX-8150 to drop into my home file server, my i5 & core2 workstations would be so happy and joyful.
 
 
+1 #2 Fud_u 2011-10-25 02:31
Well, retailer are hiking the price on both the 2600k & 2700k due to BS, I mean demand. I'll just wait for the 22nm next year as my overclock Yorkfield can handle everything I throw at it.
 
 
0 #3 Raider 2011-10-31 21:12
Super !!! more expensive factory overclocking of a factory unlocked CPU - YEAH Intel SUCKS...
 

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