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[MicroCenter] Intel Core i7-930 - $229.99 !!!

Discussion in 'Hot Deals' started by damtachoa, Mar 8, 2010.

  1. damtachoa

    damtachoa New Member

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    Product Specifications
    Intel® Technology Enhanced Intel Speedstep® Technology; Hyper-Threading Technology; Intel® EM64T; Intel® Virtualization Technology; Enhanced Halt State (C1E); Execute Disable Bit; Intel® Thermal Monitor 2
    Processor Core i7 930
    Operating Frequency 2.8GHz
    Number of Cores Quad-Core
    Number of Threads 8 Processing Threads
    Level 2 Cache 256KB (per core)
    Level 3 Cache 8MB
    CPU Voltage 0.8V - 1.375V
    Thermal Power 130W
    Processor Architecture 45nm SOI
    Processor Data Width 32-Bit/64-Bit
    Socket Type Socket 1366
    Front Side Bus QPI 4800 MT/s
    Included Accessories Intel® designed thermal solution (Fan, Heatsink)
    Manufacturer Warranty 3 Year Limited Warranty

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    What the ... there was another thread about this here earlier today and now I don't see it.

    Am I losing it?
     
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    Fail. 920 was 199. =\
     
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    I'm pleased to announce I'm not crazy! It was just in the wrong section.
     
  5. Kantastic

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    I think that was in another section.

    It does have a higher stock speed so a slightly higher price than the 920 is understandable. If it were the same price it'd be somewhat of a steal.

    Now, this does not take into account overclockability.
     

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