AMD Phenom II X4 Quad 955 Core 3.2GHz Black Edition - £98.48 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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* Product Description: AMD Black Edition AMD Phenom II X4 955 / 3.2 GHz processor
* Product Type: Processor
* Processor Type: AMD Phenom II X4 955
* Multi-Core Technology: Quad-Core
* 64-bit Computing: Yes
* Compatible Processor Socket: Socket AM3
* Processor Qty: 1
* Clock Speed: 3.2 GHz
* Manufacturing Process: 45 nm
* Cache Memory: L2 - 4 x 512 KB - L3 6 MB
* Features: HyperTransport technology, AMD64 technology, integrated memory controller, Enhanced Virus Protection, AMD Cool'n'Quiet Technology, AMD Virtualization, AMD CoolCore Technology
* Compatible Slots: 1 x processor - Socket AM3
* Manufacturer Warranty: 3 years warranty

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#1
guv
if its not a silly question, WTF difference does it make if the CPU is black?


The black edition has unlocked multiplier allow for a higher potential overclock
#2
£95.99 on 'Today Only ' at Scan, free shipping for Hexus and AVForum members, scroll down to the AMD CPU section http://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly/index.aspx
#3
killie99
£95.99 on 'Today Only ' at Scan, free shipping for Hexus and AVForum members, scroll down to the AMD CPU sectionhttp://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly/index.aspx

£100.78 with Delivery from Scan. I'm neither a member of Hexus or AV.
#4
edgeone
killie99
£95.99 on 'Today Only ' at Scan, free shipping for Hexus and AVForum members, scroll down to the AMD CPU section[url=%3Ca%20class=] http://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly/index.aspx[/url]" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly/index.aspx


£100.78 with Delivery from Scan. I'm neither a member of Hexus or AV.


Well join then. Its a worthwile investment of about 20 minutes of your time!
#5
This will come down a lot more, believe me.
Not voting either way.
1 Like #6
PhilK
This will come down a lot more, believe me.
Not voting either way.


Yep, in the past 17 years I have been building PCs I always have noticed given time processor prices do drop in price!!!! So yes, it will come down a lot more!
#7
PhilK
This will come down a lot more, believe me.
Not voting either way.


cicobuff
PhilK
This will come down a lot more, believe me.
Not voting either way.


Yep, in the past 17 years I have been building PCs I always have noticed given time processor prices do drop in price!!!! So yes, it will come down a lot more!


Well I'll go with not as traditionally as production slows as they move to a new process the price tends to hold and on occasions selected sku's do rise in price. So yes they may drop a little, but they won't fall massively, remember these are on 45nm silicon so are fairly expensive to produce anyway.

My advice is if you were looking at buying one just buy now as it may go down a few pounds buy for the sake of missing out on a few weeks of this nice processor.
#8
There ae the be 965 and 975, but this is a nice price for the BE :D. If your mobo can support the x6's go for one them :D..
1 Like #9
Nobull

Well join then. Its a worthwile investment of about 20 minutes of your time!


Whilst I am sure it's not everyones point of view, I personally don't feel I should have to. I don't know why they just don't offer free delivery. Given I am unlikely to post on either forum there is not much point in being a member.
#10
edgeone
Nobull

Well join then. Its a worthwile investment of about 20 minutes of your time!


Whilst I am sure it's not everyones point of view, I personally don't feel I should have to. I don't know why they just don't offer free delivery. Given I am unlikely to post on either forum there is not much point in being a member.


Well, I didn't even have to post anything, so that twenty minute time investment just dropped down to 30 seconds if you use a form auto-filler.

Worth considering if you ever do buy from Scan save £5 in 30 seconds :D
1 Like #11
edgeone
Nobull

Well join then. Its a worthwile investment of about 20 minutes of your time!

Whilst I am sure it's not everyones point of view, I personally don't feel I should have to. I don't know why they just don't offer free delivery. Given I am unlikely to post on either forum there is not much point in being a member.
Bit of a strange stance to take considering this is a money saving website. About as ridiculous as saying 'Why should I have to visit HotUKDeals to find bargains?'
Anyway, hopefully some people found my link to getting it cheaper at Scan worthwhile.
#12
killie99
edgeone
Nobull

Well join then. Its a worthwile investment of about 20 minutes of your time!


Whilst I am sure it's not everyones point of view, I personally don't feel I should have to. I don't know why they just don't offer free delivery. Given I am unlikely to post on either forum there is not much point in being a member.

Bit of a strange stance to take considering this is a money saving website. About as ridiculous as saying 'Why should I have to visit HotUKDeals to find bargains?'
Anyway, hopefully some people found my link to getting it cheaper at Scan worthwhile.


I agree, whilst not a regular poster on AVForums, I took advantage of free delivery from Scan, they also do free delivery to those that register at The Gadget Show Live at the NEC, was offered it last year, however I already had it thru AV Forums.

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