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Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200 2.33GHz 1333FSB £105.69 Delivered at Aria

£105.69 @ Aria PC
Leaders of the pack seeking monster performance, look no further. With four execution cores, the Intel Core 2 Quad processor blows through processor-intensive tasks in demanding multitasking environme… Read More
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Leaders of the pack seeking monster performance, look no further. With four execution cores, the Intel Core 2 Quad processor blows through processor-intensive tasks in demanding multitasking environments and makes the most of highly threaded applications. Whether you're creating multimedia, annihilating your gaming enemies, or running compute-intensive applications at one time, new quad-core processing will change the way you do everything. Pioneer the new world of quad-core and unleash the power of multithreading.
Warranty Information
Warranty Period (yrs) 1

Technical Details:
Product description Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200 / 2.33 GHz processor
Product type Processor
Processor type Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200
Multi-core technology Quad-Core
64-bit computing Yes
Compatible processor socket LGA775 Socket
Processor qty 1
Clock speed 2.33 GHz
Bus speed 1333 MHz
Manufacturing process 45 nm
Cache memory L2 4 MB
Features Enhanced SpeedStep technology, Execute Disable Bit capability, Intel 64 Technology, Enhanced Halt State (C1E), Intel Thermal Monitor 2
Compatible slots 1 x processor - LGA775 Socket
Manufacturer warranty 3 years warranty
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[mod]#1
Any reason so cold so quick?
Cheapest by a fair bit I could find?
#2
Seems a decent price to me. I'm sure others more knowledgeable will inform otherwise.....
#3
Voted hot, mainly for bringing it to my attention how low in price these processore have fallen to. Next cheapest I could see was Scan at £106 + del (unelss you have free del). :thumbsup:
#4
seems cheap for a quad core, how do these babies overclock?? as good or better than the Q6600,
#5
These are far inferior processors to Q6600, in raw power and OC ability, but hot price.
#6
cold. but only because its a mere 67p cheaper on ebuyer with super saver delivery-

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/164969
1 Like #7
Anyone thinking of using this with microsofts latest OS Windows 7 should be aware that this processor will not run the XP virtualisation mode.
#8
Fictorious
These are far inferior processors to Q6600, in raw power and OC ability, but hot price.


I really wouldnt say far inferior,Slightly would be more accurate,
#9
Yup no virtualisation and as that is pretty much the latest must have tech the Q8200 is the only current model that doesn't have this see here for a comparison

http://www.intel.com/products/processor/core2quad/specifications.htm
#10
I bought an Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 Socket 775 (3.0GHz) 1333FSB 6MB L2 Cache for £106.63 on 29/01/2008 from ebuyer... amazing how prices have risen so much.
banned#11
Etnies
I bought an Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 Socket 775 (3.0GHz) 1333FSB 6MB L2 Cache for £106.63 on 29/01/2008 from ebuyer... amazing how prices have risen so much.


Sigh.

Its amazing how people can't do basic things such as read. This post is for a QUAD CORE. You've posted above a DUO.

Completely and utterly different things.
#12
Anarchist
Sigh.

Its amazing how people can't do basic things such as read. This post is for a QUAD CORE. You've posted above a DUO.

Completely and utterly different things.


oops... sorry didnt notice. I wasnt putting the deal down in anyway, I was just mentioning how prices of processors have gone up

(btw processors still have risen check the price of the processor i listed on ebuyer
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/139971)
;-)
#13
Hot; good deal. Thanks for finding.
#14
£104.99 @ eBuyer: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/164969/show_product_reviews

EDIT: This link is for the OEM version (i.e. doesn't come with heatsink and fan). Worth it if you already have a heatsink and fan or you're going for an aftermarket one. Thanks UK Deals Dave for mentioning this.
#15
Good deal, although lower clock speed (great deal if you don't mind a little overclocking)

Bear in mind that the Aria deal is a retail CPU with 3 year warranty and Intel stock heatsink. The eBuyer link liddlefeesh posted is OEM and may suit overclockers. I always buy retails CPUs anyway.
#16
Anarchist
Sigh.

Its amazing how people can't do basic things such as read. This post is for a QUAD CORE. You've posted above a DUO.

Completely and utterly different things.


Yes Agreed
but the E8400 is quicker on every benchmark and can be clocked to 4ghz
The Quad Core creates bottlenecks when using all four cores.
Had the E8400 running at 4ghz since I got it, superb bit of kit.
Sometimes Quad cores can be slower like here.
Heat left for the price.
It's just what type of performance you need from a CPU that you should think about.
#17
Eeek! This is a good deal. I just ordered a complete new-build and this was just a little too expensive at the £117 ebuyer are selling it at (retail). At £105 much more tempting! Oh well, something to upgrade to in a while perhaps.
#18
leighonigar
Eeek! This is a good deal. I just ordered a complete new-build and this was just a little too expensive at the £117 ebuyer are selling it at (retail). At £105 much more tempting! Oh well, something to upgrade to in a while perhaps.


Are you saying that at £117 it was outta your range but at £105 its not? You never bought it for the sake of a few quid?? Thats crazy!
#19
Heat added great deal
#20
Any huge improvement over my Q6600?? Anyone? Ta.
#21
d_dixon50
Any huge improvement over my Q6600?? Anyone? Ta.


The first page has a post saying the q6600 is slightly better and I'd agree. Review of q8200 that compares the q6600
#22
d_dixon50
Any huge improvement over my Q6600?? Anyone? Ta.


It is in these benchmarks.
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/common_cpus.html
#23
Arbuthknott
Anyone thinking of using this with microsofts latest OS Windows 7 should be aware that this processor will not run the XP virtualisation mode.

XP Mode doesn't exist in Windows 7 Home Premium, so this is a none-issue to most home users :thumbsup:
#24
Just get a Q9550, got mine running at 3.93GHz
2 Likes #25
Nom
XP Mode doesn't exist in Windows 7 Home Premium, so this is a none-issue to most home users :thumbsup:


Not necessarily - it is missing the Intel VT component so not only will XP mode not run in Win 7 you will find that other virtual technologies such as VMWare are either not available or not as efficient on this chip.

If you are buying for a new build it could make sense to consider Win 7 anyway, so it only seems fair to warn people that spending a few more quid on a Q9000 series chip might be worthwhile in the long run, particularly if they wish to consider upgrading to Win 7 in the future or want to run virtual operating systems.
#26
Oh good point about prices rising - I bought my E8400 @ £122.90 last October. It's £122.96 now!

I'm looking forward to a good Core i5/i7 rig in the future, when is one of the retailers going to put together a good value package deal?

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