Intel Core Skylake Processor i5-6500/3.2 GHz (Turbo Boost 3.6 GHz - 4 Core 6Mo Cache Socket 1151 - £152.99 @ Amazon (Sold by S70PKR.)
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Intel Core Skylake Processor i5-6500/3.2 GHz (Turbo Boost 3.6 GHz - 4 Core 6Mo Cache Socket 1151 - £152.99 @ Amazon (Sold by S70PKR.)

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Found 10th Jun 2016
One of the lowest price I've seen it at. Usually stood at around £169 from amazon. Pretty good for a nice spec gaming pc.

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With intelligent performance that accelerates in response to demanding tasks, such as playing games and editing photos, the Intel Core i5 processor moves faster when you do. The Intel Core i5 processor automatically allocates processing power where it's needed most. Whether you're creating HD video, composing digital music, editing photos, or playing the coolest PC games - with the Intel Core i5 processor you can multitask with ease and be more productive than ever.

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1 x Intel Pentium i5 Quad-core i5-6500 3.2GHz Desktop Processor

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Sorry not for that price
at this price its not a deal, I have in my store stock of i5-6600 for 166 quid and I am very small local seller
NeoRegia

at this price its not a deal, I have in my store stock of i5-6600 for 166 … at this price its not a deal, I have in my store stock of i5-6600 for 166 quid and I am very small local seller



Link to your website? What do you charge for delivery?
NeoRegia

at this price its not a deal, I have in my store stock of i5-6600 for 166 … at this price its not a deal, I have in my store stock of i5-6600 for 166 quid and I am very small local seller



I'm also interested in a link :-)
Get the 6600/6600k for 10-20 quid more, the difference is amazing
Where's the i5 6600k for £20 more? Most sites are around £200. If not going to overclock the 6500 seems better value than 6600.
35+ £ more with this reduced price , which I think it quite good for somebody like me who want to cut on most parts so I can focus on video card or something like that .​
The i5 6600k is £194 don't know why any one would buy this
Edited by: "fifafootball" 10th Jun 2016
Via flubit the i5 6600k came up as £179 for me. Not the cheapest but it's acceptable. Although I am still in a huge dilema whether to go for tie i7 6700k or the i5 6600k. Diminishing returns...
Szabster

Via flubit the i5 6600k came up as £179 for me. Not the cheapest but it's … Via flubit the i5 6600k came up as £179 for me. Not the cheapest but it's acceptable. Although I am still in a huge dilema whether to go for tie i7 6700k or the i5 6600k. Diminishing returns...



It completely depends on what you're going to be doing on that computer, doesn't it
Szabster

Via flubit the i5 6600k came up as £179 for me. Not the cheapest but it's … Via flubit the i5 6600k came up as £179 for me. Not the cheapest but it's acceptable. Although I am still in a huge dilema whether to go for tie i7 6700k or the i5 6600k. Diminishing returns...



Most of these processors are pretty great though, just this 6500 makes it one of the very fastest consumer CPUs around.

I have an i7 6700k and justified it by knowing I'll keep it for several years, but I would hardly be upset if I had a 6600k and overclocked it. Very very fast CPU and will be good for many many years.

If you are willing to overclock and accept those risks, then the 6600k is probably the best choice for the high end in terms of bang per buck. The i7 6700k is just for the greedy people
vulcanproject

Most of these processors are pretty great though, just this 6500 makes it … Most of these processors are pretty great though, just this 6500 makes it one of the very fastest consumer CPUs around. I have an i7 6700k and justified it by knowing I'll keep it for several years, but I would hardly be upset if I had a 6600k and overclocked it. Very very fast CPU and will be good for many many years.If you are willing to overclock and accept those risks, then the 6600k is probably the best choice for the high end in terms of bang per buck. The i7 6700k is just for the greedy people


You're confirming what Tom's hardware said in their article, I5 6600k should be fine for my gaming needs. I don't really use my pc for anything else. I still have my AMD X4 960 with 4gb ram but recently some games made it crash and burn mainly due to the lack of ram. Battleborn needs 6gb minimum for instance...
Szabster

You're confirming what Tom's hardware said in their article, I5 6600k … You're confirming what Tom's hardware said in their article, I5 6600k should be fine for my gaming needs. I don't really use my pc for anything else. I still have my AMD X4 960 with 4gb ram but recently some games made it crash and burn mainly due to the lack of ram. Battleborn needs 6gb minimum for instance...



An i5 6600k with a decent cooler and modest overclock will be good for at least 4-5 years for most games I would say, especially if you change the graphics card at least once. i5 2500k came out in 2011 pretty much the equivalent to the 6600k, and it's only really starting to age a bit now.

Even so it's still a very capable CPU and not junk, especially overclocked! With the right memory and OC, it goes toe to toe with this brand new 6500.

eurogamer.net/art…00k Very good article I thought. A 6600k would likely be a very sound investment, not something you might usually say when it comes to PC parts!
DatAlbino

Get the 6600/6600k for 10-20 quid more, the difference is amazing


Also got to buy yourself a cooler, plus the i5 6600k is currently £40 more...
vulcanproject

Most of these processors are pretty great though, just this 6500 makes it … Most of these processors are pretty great though, just this 6500 makes it one of the very fastest consumer CPUs around. I have an i7 6700k and justified it by knowing I'll keep it for several years, but I would hardly be upset if I had a 6600k and overclocked it. Very very fast CPU and will be good for many many years.If you are willing to overclock and accept those risks, then the 6600k is probably the best choice for the high end in terms of bang per buck. The i7 6700k is just for the greedy people



It won't last as long if you overclock it.
supermann

It won't last as long if you overclock it.



How long do you expect/need useful life? I have a Bloomfield system that has run nearly 8 years at 1.35v since the day it has turned on. That's >200w. And my it's had a hammering of use. The platform is basically obsolete but the system just keeps on breathing. Still gives many AMD parts a bloody nose on gaming benchmarks to this day too in its overclocked state....
depends what ur going to do with the pc the most . i7 is more for editing video photo encoding stuff like that .
JLA92

I'm also interested in a link :-)


I am not selling online only locally sorry
NeoRegia

I am not selling online only locally sorry


Where locally? which city?
haayou

Where locally? which city?



East KIlbride
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