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Thread: E7200 looks great

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    The new 45nm CPU from Intel looks awesome.
    Can hit nearly 4Ghz for $133
    Looks like a great value chip, e2180, e4500, and now e7200?

    Review:
    http://www.legitreviews.com/article/690/1/
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    comes out Tue, Apr 08, 2008? hard to find in stock right now
    the multiplier is 9.5x vs 11x of the e4700

    price right now
    159.99 or $315 USD or 200 euros http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showpr...atid=6&subcat=

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    That price is for the e8400...
    and can also be found for significantly less.

    Also, from what I've read the e7200 is not released until May 11
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    Damn so now I gotta but this one too! You guys are killing me with all the new HW out there.

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    hahaha no, in your case I would pass on it since you already have the e8400.

    This chip is going to be great for people looking for good performance and overclockability without paying the price of the e8400.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiweiler View Post
    hahaha no, in your case I would pass on it since you already have the e8400.

    This chip is going to be great for people looking for good performance and overclockability without paying the price of the e8400.
    right, the 8400 is double the price

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    For the extra $70 the e8400 is a much better deal...twice the L2 cache and a higher FSB.
    If budget were the only concern, the 7200 would be the obvious choice, I suppose.
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    Yeah I'v done some reading on it too and I would deff say spend the extra cash and go 8400

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    8400 rulezzzz..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Detale View Post
    Yeah I'v done some reading on it too and I would deff say spend the extra cash and go 8400
    Sure, if you've got it
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