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Intel Core 2 Quad Pro Q6600 2.40GHz - £287.86 + Delivery + 2 PC Games

£287.86 @ Overclockers
** No delivery is applicable if you actually go into their store and purchase ( Staffordshire - ST4 3NP ) ** ** Requires an LGA775 socket motherboard that supports Intel Core 2 Quad. Check your mothe… Read More
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** No delivery is applicable if you actually go into their store and purchase ( Staffordshire - ST4 3NP ) **

** Requires an LGA775 socket motherboard that supports Intel Core 2 Quad. Check your motherboard manufacturer's website for possible BIOS updates to enable suitable support. **

Four cores is going to be complete overkill for the majority of people (and so too is dual core) but for those that can make use of it or simply want the bragging rights then this deal may appeal to you.

Most other places currently have it at a touch over the £300 inc vat mark but OCuk's "This Week Only" deals for the week 14th June to 21st June includes this CPU.

** Cut 'n' pasted from OCuk **

With four cores and high scores, the Intel® Core™2 Professional processor Q6600 is flat out the most extreme desktop processor. It’s specifically built for hardcore enthusiasts who don’t take kindly to compromise. Based on the Core™ Microarchitecture, the Intel® Core™2 Professional Q6600 is a multitasking monster, and the ultimate multimedia engine. The performance? It eats benchmarks for breakfast

- Quad Core Technology
- 2.40GHz clock speed
- 8MB L2 Cache
- Intel Speedstep Technology
- EM64T 64-Bit Technology
- Execute Disable Bit
- Cooler running technology, less heat and less noise!
- Supplied with Intel referance heatsink & fan

- Supplied with Full PC-DVD Supreme Commander & Splinter Cell 4 Double Agent games when purchased from OcUK 26/04/2007 and later whilst stock last.
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#1
These will be dropping in price around the 22nd July (Intel's Q3 pricedrops) they're expected to go to around £150-£180, so it's worth holding off if you're not desperate to have one now.
#2
blaze
These will be dropping in price around the 22nd July


I thought I had read back when these dropped to current levels (March, April?) that it would be slightly later in the year when they would drop again but if it is this close then definitely wait :thumbsup:

Looks like OCuk know it and are trying to shift a load at the higher price for now.
#3
22nd July is the date rumoured (not sure its been confirmed, but its not suprising if it hasnt), so its likely to happen around then, it could happen a week or two after (although i've read that Intel give retailers a refund on them anyway, so there's not really any incentive to keep the price high).

As soon as one retailers drops, the rest will follow (i'd expect them to happen pretty close to the 22nd though).

http://img523.imageshack.us/img523/5109/newintelpricedropscy1.png
#4
I read that quad core be cheap in june/july 22nd around £140
#5
Thanks for that table blaze.

It's a shame that they're not dropping the price of the QX6700 2.66Ghz . That would be pretty good for fully unlocked multiplier at the £300 mark. Seems like they're just introducing a locked multi 2.66Ghz at that price point instead, hence the lack of 'X' in the Q6700 title.
#6
Given that few software applications use multi core the E6850 might turn out to be a real performance bargain.

Chris
#7
why so cold
banned#8
I agree this exact processor costs £305.32 Inc. VAT on eBuyer with no extras. So if prices will come down, at this moment in time this is a steaming hot deal
#9
Archer
I agree this exact processor costs £305.32 Inc. VAT on eBuyer with no extras. So if prices will come down, at this moment in time this is a steaming hot deal

but who needs a processor so urgently they can't wait a month for a much better deal?
That's what makes this a really cold deal.
#10
Voted hot, although I struggle to understand why youd spend this money when it will be £140 in a couple of months. Id rather pay £140 for a Core2Duo, then upgrade when these come down in price.
banned#11
russ
Voted hot, although I struggle to understand why youd spend this money when it will be £140 in a couple of months. Id rather pay £140 for a Core2Duo, then upgrade when these come down in price.


I doubt it will come down to £140 considering the dual core e6600 is at £140 as we speak. Including VAT and the lot I reckon the final price will rest around the £200 mark.

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