Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200 4 x 2.33Ghz 4Mb Cache 1333 FSB Quad Core Processor - Retail - £105.98 Delivered + Quidco @ Novatech - HotUKDeals
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Cheapest price delivered from a reputable seller for this processor I believe, please correct me if I am wrong. Granted it is £104.99 but that is OEM, for an extra 99p you get the box and the HS&F much better buy IMO.
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#1
A few pennies cheaper

https://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Intel+Core+2+Quad+Q8200+2.33GHz+1333FSB+%28Retail+775%29+?productId=33807

But then again, I trust novatech more due to better customer service.
banned#2
30p cheaper after delivery + Novatech customer service is worth an extra £10 IMO.
banned#3
is this better than a q6600?
#4
£101 @ Scan/todayonly, if you're eligible for free delivery.

It was just under £98 a couple of days ago on Scan/todayonly.

bykergrove;6086428
is this better than a q6600?
No, a bit 'worse' in a way in that it does not support Intel hardware virtualisation - a feature that's needed for 'XP Mode' in Win7 Pro & above for example.
#5
Crossbow
£101 @ Scan/todayonly, if you're eligible for free delivery.

It was just under £98 a couple of days ago on Scan/todayonly.

No, a bit 'worse' in a way in that it does not support Intel hardware virtualisation - a feature that's needed for 'XP Mode' in Win7 Pro & above for example.


Also in the way that it dont overclock too good and it is worse at stock 2.4ghz (q6600) vs 2.33ghz.
#6
I'm not going to vote it cold, but I do think it's worth mentioning that eBuyer have this for £1 cheaper inc. delivery. It's pretty much just a normal price for the chip, so although it's a fairly decent deal in its own right, it's not really anything exciting enough to justify an impulse buy.
#7
Not a great chip for the money, as posted the Q6600 or Q6700 will give you more bang for your buck at 400mhz with some DDR800 memory at 1:1

But for £141.99 (OCUK) you can get a Q9450 which was the last of the Core2Quad line, only beaten by the new i7, QX9650, & Q9550.

Worth the extra few quid IMHO.
#8
bobafett
But for £141.99 (OCUK) you can get a Q9450 which was the last of the Core2Quad line, only beaten by the new i7, QX9650, & Q9550. Worth the extra few quid IMHO.

That’s the older C1 stepping and it costs £150.90 with shipping and it’s an OEM chip so no heat-sink and only a 1 year warranty. Scan have the Q9550 on Today Only for £160.99. It’s a retail boxed CPU, has a faster clock speed, comes with a heatsink and 3 year warranty and more importantly it will very likely be an E0 stepping which offers better over-clocking and cooler running. Easily worth the extra £10 over your suggestion. :thumbsup:

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