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    Intel giving away 3 free games with Core i7 product purchases

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    Re: Intel giving away 3 free games with Core i7 product purchases

    Shame they dont give a clearer list, I have just bought a 6700k

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    Re: Intel giving away 3 free games with Core i7 product purchases

    Being as its for Haswell as well I might consider an upgrade on my other box... before the CPUs completely disappear from retailers.

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    Re: Intel giving away 3 free games with Core i7 product purchases

    Quote Originally Posted by AGTDenton View Post
    Being as its for Haswell as well I might consider an upgrade on my other box... before the CPUs completely disappear from retailers.
    Thought that the 5000 series were Haswell-E which hasn't been replaced ... yet.

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    Re: Intel giving away 3 free games with Core i7 product purchases

    2-series is Sandbrdige
    3-series is Ivybridge
    4-series is Haswell
    5-series is Broadwell
    6-series is Skylake

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    Re: Intel giving away 3 free games with Core i7 product purchases

    Quote Originally Posted by cptwhite_uk View Post
    2-series is Sandbrdige
    3-series is Ivybridge
    4-series is Haswell
    5-series is Broadwell
    6-series is Skylake
    Sorry, mis-spoke, I was referring to the 5820K, 5930K, 5960K trio listed on the screenshot - which were*/are "Haswell-E".

    (* The Intel page link here refers to these processors as "Formerly Haswell-E", so presumably marketing call them something else now)

    AFAIK, Has-E are still "current".

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    Re: Intel giving away 3 free games with Core i7 product purchases

    Judging by newegg, Haswell, Haswell-E and Ivy Bridge-E are definitely on the offer.
    But a very select amount, oddly the 4790k is not part of the offer yet the 4790 and 4790s are.

    Secondly this doesn't seem to extend to Skylake so I get the feeling this is to shift older units that are harder to shift normally.

    Intel should consider an all year round offer like AMD and NVidia across their ranges. 1 game for i3, 2 for i5 and 3 for i7 or something along those lines.

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