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    Hang on, don't we have it on record that Scan denied these exsisted

    In fact, aren't you supposed to be on holiday????

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    Lucio,

    We didnt deny the processors existed however we have been advised that as other retailers already have them pre listed we can also

    Chris is also on holiday today so he is posting from home

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlh View Post
    Lucio,

    We didnt deny the processors existed however we have been advised that as other retailers already have them pre listed we can also

    Chris is also on holiday today so he is posting from home
    Half true, DavidM denied they exsisted in this thread

    http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.php?t=112935

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    Will there not be any price drops on the E6600 and E6700?

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    So are we going to see further price drops on the 22nd/23rd or is it safe to buy one now?


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    just what i like to see, more CPU's to make buying one even more tedious and time consuming...

    it was so much easier with e4300, e6300, e6400, e6600 and e6700

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    Choices choices....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackvdbuk View Post
    just what i like to see, more CPU's to make buying one even more tedious and time consuming...

    it was so much easier with e4300, e6300, e6400, e6600 and e6700
    Well not really as the new models are faster, perform better and are cheaper.

    I would have expected price cuts on the old models but as this hasnt happened it would not make sense to buy the older models.

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    Well I ordered my E6750. Bring on Tuesday


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    Very good prices, anyone think its worthwhile replacing a E6600 yet? I currently have it on a P5K board and to be honest it still serves me well so I think personally it might be best waiting a while. But those prices are great!

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    Hi Guys
    anyone know what the stepping are for the E6850 ? are they the GO stepping

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    Quote Originally Posted by humax View Post
    Hi Guys
    anyone know what the stepping are for the E6850 ? are they the GO stepping
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisP View Post
    I have confirmed the Q6600 CPU's we have are ....

    http://processorfinder.intel.com/det...px?sspec=sl9um

    Sorry, guys ....
    see above

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    Thanks DavidM but what are the steppings for the E6850

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    AFAIK all E6850 are G0, the issue is between the "older" Q6600 and the newer ones - the G0 (newer) are the energy efficient ones which should (in theory) run cooler and as such overclock better than the older ones. The E6850 is a new part, so there should be no old stock to worry about.

    http://processorfinder.intel.com/det...px?sspec=sla9u

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