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BX80601920 - Intel Corei7 920 D0 SLBEJ Bloomfield 45nm, 2.66 GHz, QPI 4.8GT/s, 8MB Cache, 20x Ratio, 130W, Retail

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#1
Wish these fitted into my 775. Apparently these Core i7s are loads better than my Core 2 Quad.
#2
wish this fitted in my Samsung NC10...

my atom processor is nearly as powerful but not quite
#3
£147 think its the same processor.... never bought anything from this company.... just checking on the price to see if it was the cheapest......:thumbsup:

http://www.rusmart.co.uk/product_info.php?products_id=87&osCsid=b60b7ca9d0f72a7482ea9c6c34ba4ef0
#4
I actually had a valid reason for saying what I said because modern AMD CPUs still fit in my old motherboard. Where as Intel have changed their sockets twice in a short time.
banned 1 Like #5
I wish this fitted in my pocket so I could shoplift it.
#6
Valad
I actually had a valid reason for saying what I said because modern AMD CPUs still fit in my old motherboard. Where as Intel have changed their sockets twice in a short time.


LGA-755 has been around for 6 years now... that's quite a while if you consider we've gone from single core to hex-core...
#7
Villa;8610806
I wish this fitted in my pocket so I could shoplift it.

:)
#8
intel are changing their sockets again for the begining of next year :(
#9
Nellster
intel are changing their sockets again for the begining of next year :(

Which socket are you talking about? LGA 2011?
#10
what is good with this price? 176 at amazon. seems to be kind of regular price no?
#11
#12
hero9989


Aria Worst company in the world its alright untill things go wrong and good luck geting it sorted i would stick with scan.

As for Intel changing there sockets again it wont be the 1156 socket it will be the ageing 1366 that's the one to go if you belive what you read as the 1156 is new and they have just released all the new media boards. That's why i went for an i5 and after reading the reviews for the Amd hexacore the i5 750 lamps the new hexacore and that's at stock so Christ knows how it goes with mine at 4ghz. As good as the 920 i7 was its a very warm running cpu and with the hear say that the sockets on the way out you would be a fool to invest in a system that's old and ready for replacement even if you sprung for the 930 but i find it wierd how they have just launched the top end 8core cpu on that platform.

Back to the deal its about what they are so not cheap and not expensive so cold for me.
#13
Aria always been ok with me. Not had a lot go wrong.

You can fit one of these in an S775 socket if you push hard enough, a hammer can help or hinder things along quite nicely.
#14
I bought a Core i7 860, newer than these i7 920's and performs on most benchmarks better. However it's on a dead-road socket: LGA 1156.

*sigh* @ Intel's socket scattergun!
#15
i wish this fitted in a qualcast panther 380
#16
lfcpablo
£147 think its the same processor.... never bought anything from this company.... just checking on the price to see if it was the cheapest......:thumbsup:

http://www.rusmart.co.uk/product_info.php?products_id=87&osCsid=b60b7ca9d0f72a7482ea9c6c34ba4ef0


This is an ex VAT price
#17
I wish this fitted in my Nokia 3210.
#18
liddlefeesh
I bought a Core i7 860, newer than these i7 920's and performs on most benchmarks better. However it's on a dead-road socket: LGA 1156.

*sigh* @ Intel's socket scattergun!


Socket replacements >

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpus/2010/04/21/intel-sandy-bridge-details-of-the-next-gen/1

You bought when you needed it I presume and therefore waiting is generally a fool's game in computing. It's not as if your computing power or possible upgrades will be worthless in 2011.
#19
polly69

As for Intel changing there sockets again it wont be the 1156 socket it will be the ageing 1366 that's the one to go if you belive what you read as the 1156 is new and they have just released all the new media boards. [COLOR="Red"]That's why i went for an i5[/COLOR] and after reading the reviews for the Amd hexacore the i5 750 lamps the new hexacore and that's at stock so Christ knows how it goes with mine at 4ghz. As good as the [COLOR="Red"]920 i7 was its a very warm running cpu[/COLOR] and with the hear say that the sockets on the way out [COLOR="Red"]you would be a fool to invest in a system that's old[/COLOR] and ready for replacement even if you sprung for the 930 but i find it wierd how they have just launched the top end 8core cpu on that platform.

Back to the deal its about what they are so not cheap and not expensive so cold for me.


Ok Intel are bringing out new sockets late next year - so what? Socket 1366 will be 3 years old by the end of 2011 when these new things are 'rumoured' to start appearing. Intel do this often with all their chips, so waiting over a year for Socket 1366 and i7 to be knocked from the top spot doesnt make sense, especially if you need to buy a new CPU today does it? Why not hang on until 2014/2015 for the replacement after that too??
Taking this attitude, you either end up never buying, or simply wasting vast money, chasing bleeding edge stuff that you dont need.
If the 'rumours' are true then these new sockets will primarily be supporting 8core technology, and Im pretty certain you wont be picking up one of those CPUs for £170! Not to mention cost of the motherboards, and probably quad channel RAM to make the most from the system.

The ability of the 920 i7 to overclock safely to between 3.2 and 4ghz (on air cooling) also means they will be dealing comfortably with anything you wish to throw at it for many years yet, even probably after Intel actually discontinue 1366, let alone superceed it with something better. And yes the i7's run hot, but thats how they are meant to run - its not a problem. Mine has never gone above 73 degrees running torture tests, less than 60 degrees gaming, and there is no detrimental effect from anything under 80 degrees on an i7, hence its overclockability.

Its simple, If you need a new chip right now, then this price for a 920 is awesome.
I bought a 930 a few months back when they were both around the same price (£220). YOu certainly wouldnt want to upgrade from a 920 to a 930, but it is a direct replacement, slightly faster and gives a quantifiable performance increase over the 920, and thats why I went for it. If this 920 had been this price at the time, I would have bought it without hesitation - its a no brainer.

Im sorry but I dont see the logic in buying an inferior i5 CPU because the superior i7 wont be the flagship CPU by the end of 2011? Without getting technical the i5 aint as good - (hence the lower model number). Oh and i5 cant support triple channel DDR3 either.

Whilst this actual deal isnt particulary hot as the i7 920 is around this price all over the place now, the fact remains this is a brilliant price for a smouldering hot chip.
#20
Nad_84
wish this fitted in my Samsung NC10...

my atom processor is nearly as powerful but not quite


If it did fit the thermal nightmare would melt you're NC10 into gloop in minutes.

Top price though, i sold my 5mth old i7-920 for £160 just a few weeks ago.
#21
130W,,, that's a lot of power...

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