Of course they will.
Originally Posted by qubit
Unfortunately, this issue means that the 2700K will stay UP in price, not come down, since savvy enthusiasts will prefer this to IB. I now really don't want to overdrive mine too hard, to ensure that it has a long service life.
Aside from the fact that overclockers make up hardly ANY percentage of PC users, that would mean the 2700k and the 3770K would be priced the same. That makes no sense from a business/marketing perspective to me.