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[FS] Core i7 3820

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by M3T4LM4N222, Nov 14, 2012.

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    Core i7 3820 (2 months old, Ran @ 4.5GHz @ 1.328v on water cooling) - $235 SHIPPED Batch # 3207b790

    PayPal only. No trades.

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    I have this type chip.. it is great.. I love mine.
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    Yea - I never pushed mine past 4.5GHZ since I had it in a lower end board but I was surprised to get 4.5 w/ 1.328v
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    username in image or I will have to close this down! Those first two images you cant tell what chip is there.
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    Working on better images - uploading to PB now
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    much better...tyvm:)
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    Got a new phone and it takes MUCH better pictures than my last one. It's also a lot faster
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    BUMP - $240 shipped w/ BOX and original manual
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    I really wish I had the money :eek:
    GLWS!
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    Crunching for Team TPU More than 25k PPD
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    I wish you did too! Thanks :p
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    ttt4u- I love my 3820. It's a nice middle ground between the performance of a 2700k and a 3770k with a little more power on multi-threaded applications (as attributed with the quad-channel memory and the extra 2Mb L3 (at 10Mb)). Despite that this chip eats a good amount of power, it will perform excellently. It's a great chip to get you into skt2011 if you think that some time in the future that 2 more cores might work out well for you.
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    If you plan to upgrade to Ivy-E the 3820 is the perfect choice to hold you off until 2013
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