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Description

Model number I7-2600
Socket H2 (LGA1155)
Frequency (MHz) 3400
Turbo frequency (MHz) 3800

Microarchitecture Sandy Bridge
Manufacturing process 0.032 micron High-K metal gate process
Data width 64 bit
Number of cores 4
Floating Point Unit Integrated
Level 1 cache size 4 x 32 KB instruction caches
2 x 32 KB data caches
Level 2 cache size 4 x 256 KB
Level 3 cache size 8 MB shared cache
Multiprocessing Uniprocessor
Features MMX instruction set
SSE
SSE2
SSE3
Supplemental SSE3
SSE4.1
SSE4.2
AES instructions
Advanced Vector Extensions
Extended Memory 64 technology (EM64T)
Execute disable bit
HyperThreading technology
Virtualization technology
Turbo Boost technology
On-chip peripherals Integrated DDR3 SDRAM Memory controller
Graphics controller
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#1
over priced.. not really worth it.
#2
What's the difference between this and current i7 CPUs such as the i7-950?
#3
mysmith
over priced.. not really worth it.

Why? can you justify?

http://i55.tinypic.com/213q52t.jpg
1 Like #4
Probably better off paying the extra £15 or so and getting the i7 2600K which has an unlocked multiplier as previews are saying that you can’t over-clock the regular versions in the usual way of increasing the base clock speed.
Even at stock voltages you may well get an extra 10 to 15% peformance boost and of course with higer voltages you should hit 4.5GHz plus on air cooling.
1 Like #5
Hot!
#6
Agharta
Probably better off paying the extra £15 or so and getting the i7 2600K which has an unlocked multiplier as previews are saying that you can’t over-clock the regular versions in the usual way of increasing the base clock speed.
Even at stock voltages you may well get an extra 10 to 15% peformance boost and of course with higer voltages you should hit 4.5GHz plus on air cooling.

You are right but this is only i7 sandy bridge i found

Thanks for comment 8)I prefer critics rather than silent lambs LOL



Edited By: DownHill911 on Jan 02, 2011 22:40: Update
1 Like #7
mysmith
over priced.. not really worth it.


So where is it cheaper than this? Don't vote cold just because it's out of your price range, vote cold if you've found it cheaper elsewhere and provide a link so we can all get it at the cheaper price.
#8
HOT ! amds 1100t is slightly cheaper, but this is a lot faster and intel, deffinatly worth £222 for this chip, ! ....If only I waited a couple of weeks I would of snaped this up, I built a 1100t rig, at the time there where no top end i7s under £300
1 Like #9
DownHill911
You are right but this is only i7 sandy bridge i foundThanks for comment 8)I prefer critics rather than silent lambs LOL

They should all be available on Wednesday so I’m going to wait until then to see what the prices are like. This retailer may be getting some free publicity by listing them early which is a smart move provided they can actually get stock.

I have almost all the components for a new system and am considering the i5-2500K which should be around £150 and will probably pair it with a Gigabyte H67 motherboard. The other question is whether to go for an SSD or not.
#10
below is a copy and paste of what I writ in the SB i5 thread, but based on the same sort of thing and I might get some opinions in here?

glad I havent bought a i7 950 & motherboard yet, if this the price of the i5 one and it looks like it has better performance.

I did buy triple memory ram though in preparation in getting an i7 950 & a 1366 motherboard. This ram here:

Corsair 6GB (3x2GB) Corsair XMS3 DDR3 PC3-12800 (1600) £65 from here a month or 2 ago

Can I get one more of the stick of the above ram and than use it as dual memory, I heard the Sandybridges take dual memory. If I can anybody know where I can purchase a single stick if I do decide to go the SB route?
#11
Agharta
DownHill911
You are right but this is only i7 sandy bridge i foundThanks for comment 8)I prefer critics rather than silent lambs LOL
They should all be available on Wednesday so I’m going to wait until then to see what the prices are like. This retailer may be getting some free publicity by listing them early which is a smart move provided they can actually get stock.

I have almost all the components for a new system and am considering the i5-2500K which should be around £150 and will probably pair it with a Gigabyte H67 motherboard. The other question is whether to go for an SSD or not.

SSD is definitely worth it but wait for new generation which is meant to be faster and cheaper!!!
#12
I'm waiting for 2600k which should be priced at £245 and delivers awesome performance. I'd also rather buy from eBuyer as the support they've given me over the years is unbelievable.

Nevertheless I've voted hot for this deal, though I'd guess that all retailers will be selling at roughly the same price anyway.

Edited By: MrBrightside1987 on Jan 03, 2011 11:54
#13
DownHill911
SSD is definitely worth it but wait for new generation which is meant to be faster and cheaper!!!

I was expecting the next generation Intel drives to be out by now and as they will be using the next generation of chips fabricated on a smaller process the pricing should be pretty keen. Fingers crossed that they might even announce a date for availability at CES this week.
#14
#15
DownHill911


SSD is definitely worth it but wait for new generation which is meant to be faster and cheaper!!!


SATA3 SSD is already incredibly quick. Why not get that now?
#16
LotusJas
DownHill911
SSD is definitely worth it but wait for new generation which is meant to be faster and cheaper!!!
SATA3 SSD is already incredibly quick. Why not get that now?

The next generation will use 25nm chips so even if the performance is the same they will offer a lot of room for large price reductions.
#18
Has anyone ever bought anything from here?
Site looks as tacky as hell, lowercase/fully uppercase brand and product names and just looks extremely cheap (look at the blog!). I could put something far better together in under an hour! Not saying its a scam or anything, I'm just put off buying because most reputable online retailers at least have a decent storefront

Would be good if anyone could vouch for them...

Edited By: MrBrightside1987 on Jan 05, 2011 11:56
#19
MrBrightside1987
Has anyone ever bought anything from here?
Site looks as tacky as hell, lowercase/fully uppercase brand and product names and just looks extremely cheap (look at the blog!). I could put something far better together in under an hour! Not saying its a scam or anything, I'm just put off buying because most reputable online retailers at least have a decent storefront

Would be good if anyone could vouch for them...
Wish I could help but after searching for Sandy Bridge release date I found some websites talking about Q2 2011. It means it is better leave it and wait for release. Who knows when it is going to be.
1 Like #20
DownHill911
MrBrightside1987
Has anyone ever bought anything from here?
Site looks as tacky as hell, lowercase/fully uppercase brand and product names and just looks extremely cheap (look at the blog!). I could put something far better together in under an hour! Not saying its a scam or anything, I'm just put off buying because most reputable online retailers at least have a decent storefront

Would be good if anyone could vouch for them...
Wish I could help but after searching for Sandy Bridge release date I found some websites talking about Q2 2011. It means it is better leave it and wait for release. Who knows when it is going to be.

The release day is January 9th.

Please ignore dipwads like mysmith. They can't possibly comprehend the fact that anyone might have the need for something more than a Celeron. I game and I game at 1920*1200 so I need a decent PC.

Personally I wouldn't place a preorder with rebel gadgets as I've never even heard of them. Price seems good. http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Components/CPUs+%2F+Processors/Intel+Core+I7+%281155%29/Intel+2nd+Generation+Core+i7-2600+3.40GHz+%28Sandybridge%29+Socket+LGA1155+Processor+-+Retail?productId=43215 are selling the 2600 for 235 and they say they'll have stock on Monday/Tuesday.
#21
DownHill911
Wish I could help but after searching for Sandy Bridge release date I found some websites talking about Q2 2011. It means it is better leave it and wait for release. Who knows when it is going to be.

OcUK had some in stock today but they had bumped the prices up a lot.

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