Core2Duo E8500 (3.1Ghz) LGA775 (pre-owned) £75 @ CeX - HotUKDeals
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Core2Duo E8500 (3.1Ghz) LGA775 (pre-owned) £75.00 @ CeX

£75.00 @ CeX
The Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 is based on the LGA 775 pin configuration and features a 3.16GHz clock speed, 6MB L2 Cache, and a 1333MHz bus speed. The E8500 is manufactured using the 45nm manufacturing p… Read More
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
The Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 is based on the LGA 775 pin configuration and features a 3.16GHz clock speed, 6MB L2 Cache, and a 1333MHz bus speed. The E8500 is manufactured using the 45nm manufacturing process for better performance and cooling.
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#1
The full spec is listed here
on intel's website
#2
Excellent cpu if you can get it for this price.
#3
Who woke up to find their computer was missing a chip ;-)
#4
i cant understand the cold votes it's £140+ on most websites :|
#5
is a preowned CPU a good idea? hmmm....
#6
I personally would not go for a pre-owned CPU, not even for a 50% saving. CeX aren't exactly a PC hardware distributor by name...
#7
andyfisher100
is a preowned CPU a good idea? hmmm....
every piece of electronics at CEX carries 1 yr warranty... So preowned = good
#8
I'm using a pre owned cpu for the last 10 months from cex, no problems to report
#9
About £75 to £80 on eBay and I'd much rather buy from there than CeX.
#10
Would rather go for the brand new i3 for a little more with built in hd capable gpu that overclock over 4ghz with a cheap asus board, i would never buy a used cpu for all you know it could of been over volted under liquid nitrogen and pushed to within a inch of its life especially this cpu as the top end C2D these where bought by people like me who would of pushed it from day one a shortened its life.
#11
^^ if you want an i3 you then have to purchase a new board, which in many cases then means new ram so its not really cost effective..

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