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Special Report: Intel's new Core i7 processor won the 2700K official

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    no comments ?
     
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    If the difference between 2500k and 2600k is anything to go by then 2600k to 2700k will likely be negligible as well the only thing that interests me is that Ivy Bridge will use the LGA1155 socket so that means no motherboard upgrade needed for me when I get it.
     
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    ? your title doesn't make any sense.

    at any rate if intel introduces the 2700k above the 2600k's pricing then no one cares.

    if they release it at the 2600k's pricing and thus reduce the cost of the 2600k then people will care because they save money on the 2600k.
     

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