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EXDISPLAY Intel i7-6900K £856.86 (free del) @ Ebuyer

£856.86 @ Ebuyer
EXDISPLAY Intel Core i7-6900K 3.2GHz Socket LGA2011-V3 20MB Cache Retail Boxed Processor Open Box/Ex-Display Product is in nearly new condition but may have been opened or have minor cosmetic damag… Read More
towan Avatar
6m, 1d agoFound 6 months, 1 day ago
EXDISPLAY Intel Core i7-6900K 3.2GHz Socket LGA2011-V3 20MB Cache Retail Boxed Processor

Open Box/Ex-Display Product is in nearly new condition but may have been opened or have minor cosmetic damage to box or product. Product is sold with 90 day warranty which supersedes any other reference to warranty within product title or description.

Cheapest price I've seen this going for, not for everyone but the select few that have the budget and are looking for an x99 system. Since it's exdisplay stock may be limited (possibly only 1) but currently in stock with free delivery too!

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B01FJLAIG0/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
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6m, 1d agoFound 6 months, 1 day ago
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It is available from cex for cheaper at £800 but having posted a CEX processor deal before that went lukewarm because of their reportedly dodgy quality control and packaging standards I thought no one in their right mind would spend that much on a possibly DOA cpu.
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towan
It is available from cex for cheaper at £800 but having posted a CEX processor deal before that went lukewarm because of their reportedly dodgy quality control and packaging standards I thought no one in their right mind would spend that much on a possibly DOA cpu.


Huh it won't be doa. You can't sell a doa chip as working also you have 90 day warranty so all you would do is stress test it for a day if nothing unusual occurs its likely fine. I've bought about 6 cpus used and not one has had issues
6 Likes #3
Ex display from ebuyer means a customer returned item, they don't have any showrooms.
1 Like #4
or wait for AMD's next offerings? should be alot more cost effective
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If anyone is thinking of buying this unless you specifically need the extra cores this cpu will be slower than a i7 6700 due to the lower clock speed

Edited By: carl01869 on Dec 27, 2016 10:39: correction
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Where are these people who sell high end CPUs to CEX!! Contact me dammnit !!
1 Like #7
Nearly £900 for a CPU ???

Why would you need this, it so not as if you are designing a spaceship or a nuclear power station or anything.

Seems very high end from consumer use.
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Bikertov
Nearly £900 for a CPU ???
Why would you need this, it so not as if you are designing a spaceship or a nuclear power station or anything.
Seems very high end from consumer use.
Maybe use for trying to find at least one positive brexit negiogiated outcome out of the millions that exist?


Edited By: afroylnt on Dec 28, 2016 11:28: .

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