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Old 11-03-2006, 03:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Noob PC Building question (Help me out)

I made a post of what im gettin for my 1st pc build, but I was looking at the UK site and noticed that the core 2 xtreme E6800 as well as the X1950XT were $200 cheaper than new egg and tigerdirect.

Now my question is will they work in my new build or are the voltages different ?

Someone let me know so i can buy them!! lol

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Old 11-03-2006, 07:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Eh, those are pounds, and 1 British pound = 1.9076 U.S. dollars. That's almost 2 dollars to every pound. Plus I'm not so sure they will ship to you (And if they do, I'm sure it will cost an arm and a leg). And, the power supply switch takes care of the voltage, a European Core 2 Duo = an American Core 2 Duo.

And, it will cost you more to buy from there. Their E6300 costs £144.99, which is $219.35. On newegg, an E6300 is $182.99.

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