Intel Core i7-7700 3.6 GHz QuadCore 8 MB Cache CPU £181 @ Amazon.es delivered
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Intel Core i7-7700 3.6 GHz QuadCore 8 MB Cache CPU £181 @ Amazon.es delivered

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Found 1st Mar
  • Green Technology: Manufactured with lead-free and halogen-free component packages
  • Hyper-Threading Tech: Delivers two processing threads per physical core. Highly threaded applications can get more work done in parallel, completing tasks sooner
  • HD Graphics: Play HD videos with exceptional clarity, view and edit even the smallest details of photos, and play today's modern games
  • Graphics max dynamic frequency -1.15 GHz
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I don't really see much point in anyone buying a 7700 at all.
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I don't really see much point in anyone buying a 7700 at all.
along with the evo 960 from amazon.de that was on yesterday
maybe that 400 GTX 1070 or 660 GTX 1080 TI also on HUKD yesterday
someone could really begin to put together a decent mid-to-high gaming PC

heat
iehrgeizi1 h, 15 m ago

I don't really see much point in anyone buying a 7700 at all.


For 60hz gaming it shouldn’t be too much different than a 7700k
I have an i5 of the same generation, is it at all worth the upgrade?
CBeems4 m ago

I have an i5 of the same generation, is it at all worth the upgrade?


Nope, this isn't the overclockable version so I wouldn't bother
CBeems39 m ago

I have an i5 of the same generation, is it at all worth the upgrade?


For gaming? No
I lied. Mine is the previous gen. So a 6500.. how about then?
CBeems3 h, 4 m ago

I lied. Mine is the previous gen. So a 6500.. how about then?


Depending on the games you play you may see some benefits. But not huge gains

Here's a youtube video comparing a 6500 vs 7700

also worth noting depending on your motherboard you may need to update the Bios before this cpu will work.
Edited by: "si_85" 1st Mar
Would this be a good upgrade from an i3 6100? I would go for the new 8th series but don't really want to buy a new motherboard.
LukeH173 h, 10 m ago

Would this be a good upgrade from an i3 6100? I would go for the new 8th …Would this be a good upgrade from an i3 6100? I would go for the new 8th series but don't really want to buy a new motherboard.


Depends what sort of software you run.
For demanding stuff like video encoding this will be a massive boost over your i3.
248.35 euros is not £181
iehrgeizi11 h, 0 m ago

I don't really see much point in anyone buying a 7700 at all.



The only people who would be considering this are people who feel their low end 7xxx series (or G4560) is lacking.

Excluding those people, this should not be purchased by anyone building a new machine. The 8400 or the 8600k can be got for cheaper/slightly more expensive prices and are superior to this chip.
Now €270.84 ...
Heat for having the guts to post an intel deal. The Ryzen and spectres will set about you.
CBeems13 h, 23 m ago

I lied. Mine is the previous gen. So a 6500.. how about then?



Unless you're getting 50% + IPC I really wouldnt bother .
Edited by: "GwanGy" 1st Mar
matt13915 h, 3 m ago

For 60hz gaming it shouldn’t be too much different than a 7700k


Point being there's other CPUs that you would buy for gaming.
Unless you have a Skylake i3 or low end Skylake i5 (6400/6500) on a non OC'able board that you want to get a quick upgrade out of; do yourself a favour and spend less money than this on a i5 8400 for more overall performance if you want to stick with intel on your next build/upgrade and want to get the best bang for your buck (I mean why else would you be on this site?).
Quad-core CPU like this should not be close to £200 in 2018 especially when a 6-core 1600 is £158 and can be overclocked.
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