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Intel Xeon E5-2609 v3 - £260.28 - @ amazon.co.uk

£260.28 @ Amazon
Select "Other Sellers on Amazon" at right-hand side and choose amazon. Don't choose default seller!!!!! Amazon says temporarily out of stock so who knows whether or not they'll deliver. :( Read More
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Select "Other Sellers on Amazon" at right-hand side and choose amazon.
Don't choose default seller!!!!!

Amazon says temporarily out of stock so who knows whether or not they'll deliver. :(
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banned 1 Like #1
Good price if you're buying for work... but if it's for home use I'd go with a used one for around £150
#2
$306 RRP not really a deal

Edited By: JimBobJr on Feb 25, 2017 17:16
#3
hmm only 1.9ghz per core, not really seeing the deal here...
#4
It's not really a CPU I would recommend for most scenarios.
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ST3123
hmm only 1.9ghz per core, not really seeing the deal here...


It has its place in the market... they're made for a reason
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babswatkins
ST3123
hmm only 1.9ghz per core, not really seeing the deal here...
It has its place in the market... they're made for a reason

Sure, you could say that about pretty much all cpus on the market, but as OP posted this as a hot deal I assumed it had some benefit for home users, as those are the primary users of the site, rather than just being a pretty middle of the road workstation cpu....
#7
6 cores @ 1.9Ghz isn't that great. I'm rocking dual E5-2670 (v1s) in my workstation which are 2.7-3.3GHz 8 cores each. They're far cheaper than this deal on ebay and far faster while retaining ECC support. Efficiency's another matter but I guess it depends on how close to the claimed 85W this chip goes, the 2670s claim 115W and hit 110W actual.

Edited By: CampGareth on Feb 25, 2017 18:45
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