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Amazon: ASRock X58 Extreme Core i7 $67

Discussion in 'Hot Deals' started by adj408, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. adj408 New Member

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    Laurijan says thanks.
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    omfg my board is worth 67$? wtf? and its a great board... Hell, buy a U3S6 like me and its like brand new boards!
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    Product Description
    ASRock 4COREDUAL-SATA2 R2.0/Core 2 Extreme/VIA PT880 Ultra/1066/2DDR2-667+2DDR-400/AGP/L/R/ATX Motherboard

    so guyys make sure is the x58 your getting and not lga 775 or something
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    Someone has bought before and they sent him the x58 board. Even if Amazon messes up, pretty sure you will end up with your money back and a $20-30 gift card. So it is a win-win either way.
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    OOS, but now I know why I saw one a little while back on CL for $100 bnib :D
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    You missed out! I tried helping you guys.. :shadedshu
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    it was in stock 1 hour ago >.< was gonna buy 1 for my cousin tomorrow morning :(
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    Thats the best deal I have seen in a long time! Would be even worth ordering if you are not in the US and after customs taxes :)

    Big thx for finding this!

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