Intel Core i5, 750, Quad Core, 2.66Ghz, 8M Cache, LGA1156 CPU, Retail  £166.91 Delivered @ Scan (or £158.97 inc vat with Scan AVforum free delivery program)
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Intel Core i5, 750, Quad Core, 2.66Ghz, 8M Cache, LGA1156 CPU, Retail £166.91 Delivered @ Scan (or £158.97 inc vat with Scan AVforum free delivery program)

£166.91
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Found 7th Sep 2009
Get a major boost in PC throughput with the intelligent performance of the Intel® Core i5 processor, which automatically allocates processing power where its needed most.

Youll move faster when creating HD video, composing digital music, editing photos, and playing the coolest PC games. With the new Intel Core i5 processor, you can multitask with ease and be more productive than ever.

Performance
Maximize speed for demanding applications with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology, which accelerates processor clock speed up to 20 percent to match your workload.
Multitask up to 28 percent faster, so you can do more things at once.
Enjoy incredibly fast computing with fewer frustrating lags.

Digital Media
Unleash an amazing digital media experience with up to 37 percent faster conversion of video for Web upload, up to 15 percent faster photo editing, and up to 17 percent faster conversion of CD music tracks to MP3.

Gaming
Get a 32 percent improvement in artificial intelligence for game characters.

£158.97 inc vat is with scan and AVforum free delivery program.

5 Comments

mod

Thanks for posting nosmas it is £4+ cheaper ]HERE if anyone can't or doesn't use the AVforum free delivery program; but if they do then this is the better deal

Triggster;6234269

£150 delivered on ebuyer: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/172755



And you dont have to sign up to AV Forums

Pepp77;6234277

And you dont have to sign up to AV Forums



But your free delivery takes a week rather than 24 hours :roll:

Pros and cons all round, reckon it might be worth letting the dust settle on these new chips.

sibeer;6234697

But your free delivery takes a week rather than 24 hours :roll:Pros and … But your free delivery takes a week rather than 24 hours :roll:Pros and cons all round, reckon it might be worth letting the dust settle on these new chips.



Not really, Ebuyer do send items out faster on the free delivery some time. Scan being sending out my items with free delivery in the 48 hours timeframe instead of the 24 hours as they used to.
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