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Intel CPU Core i5 2500 Sandy Bridge Quad Core Processor - £149.99 @ Scan TODAY ONLY

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Direct link in 1st post... Bumph from site- Seamlessly switch between movies and memories. Delivering a surge of power when you need it and great built-in visuals, the 2nd generation Intel… Read More
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Seamlessly switch between movies and memories.
Delivering a surge of power when you need it and great built-in visuals, the 2nd generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 lets you surf between watching HD movies, editing video and photos, and more. It's visibly smart performance with a boost.
See the difference with Intel Inside® with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0
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#1
Detalis

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#2
I think that i5 series are the best. Yes i7 has slightly more power but those £70-£80 saved can invest in better VGA or some SSD (Crucial m4 64GB)
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It's only £5 more for the unlocked K version which is probably worth it.

Edited By: crackerbear on Jun 11, 2011 18:32
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the unlocked 2500k from ebuyer at £155 (with free delivery option) makes more sense to me
#5
Yep, K version everytime.

Not voting, because it is a good deal, but I don't think it's the best idea.
#6
Darkle
Yep, K version everytime.

Not voting, because it is a good deal, but I don't think it's the best idea.


Maybe not every time as the chip being unlocked is not the only difference between the k and non-k version http://ark.intel.com/Compare.aspx?ids=52213,52210,52209, but, yes, for general use, the k-version is a better choice as long as it goes with p67/z67 mobo and you are intending to overclock the system .Otherwise, there is no point in spending extra money, even £1.

Edited By: 7777777 on Jun 12, 2011 12:01

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