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Old 07-15-2007, 06:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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PriceGuideNetwork.com :: Processors :: Intel Pentium 4 LGA 775 :: INTEL CPU CORE 2 DUO E6850 3GHZ FSB1333MHZ 4M LGA775 RETAIL
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cheap, but the e6600's can clock past that
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yea but you can overclock that further then you could n e6600
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yea, but who needs that much clocks anyways?
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i don't no about the e6850, but the e6750 is 70$ cheaper and can push 3.8 ghz on stock intel cooling, don't think its worth paying more for a bit extra overclock but 4.0ghz plus is high enough as it is
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WTF!?! That processor along with the infamous () E6750 is suppose to come out next week ( July 22) why they are selling it already!?!?!
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its an early release at higher prices
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its an early release at higher prices
Are you guys sure it's early release that makes them more expensive?? The other thread seems correct about them being sold at $183 by 1000 quantities... But I hope you guys are right.... hopefully next week the prices drop to $183 on the e6750.
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Bulk prices are always lower than single unit prices. The only price drops that are planned this time around are for the quadcores. The other cpu's will not see a price drop and the new cpu's are being put to cover he $160-$260 price range and give the buyer more options. Retail prices will be about $50-$100 more in cost (roughly).

I know some are saying its early pricing while it's a not uncommon practice to jack the price up for early release, but don't hold your breath. If I am wrong I'll admit it gladly and I have a small margin of hope that I will be wrong I just don't see it that way.
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Bulk prices are always lower than single unit prices. The only price drops that are planned this time around are for the quadcores. The other cpu's will not see a price drop and the new cpu's are being put to cover he $160-$260 price range and give the buyer more options. Retail prices will be about $50-$100 more in cost (roughly).

I know some are saying its early pricing while it's a not uncommon practice to jack the price up for early release, but don't hold your breath. If I am wrong I'll admit it gladly and I have a small margin of hope that I will be wrong I just don't see it that way.
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