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    Intel Core i7 Processors [models & pricing] ! !

    Hello everybody

    I searched a little in order to see if there are same posts arround but google did not saw me nothing except the Core i7-940.

    So, the first releases in 2 months from the intel side will be the following :

    1. Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition i7-965(3.2GHz,8MB L3, LGA1366, Product Code BX80601965 & QPI 6.4GT/sec) Estimated Price in EU : ~1000€

    2. Intel Core i7-940(2.93GHz,8MB L3, LGA1366, Product Code BX80601940 & QPI 4.8GT/sec) Estimated Price in EU : ~510€

    3. Intel Core i7-920 (2.66GHz,8MB L3, LGA1366, Product Code BX80601920 & QPI 4.8GT/sec) Estimated Price in EU : ~260€


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    When Mercedes brought their C111 to Talledega years ago and blew away the closed course record did it count? Yes..
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    Is that the regular price tiers of 1000$, 510$ and 266$ adjusted for EU prices, or is it more?
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    Not as bad as it could be.

    Normaly they are released at 1100-1250 If I remember correct.
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    Nice good info
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    I wonder if i7-920 could reach 3GHz. Reference clk from 133MHz to 150MHz might be pushing it...
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    Interesting. One Euro = $1.45 or so US, so those prices are higher than earlier estimates of $999, $562 and $284. I'm not sure of the reliability of the site linked below (or its quoted prices), but I'm positive I'd seen it posted here before?

    http://en.hardspell.com/doc/showcont.asp?news_id=3734
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    Is it only me that isn't very excited about this release? If overclocking without unlocked multi is so bad as some here have hinted, I see no reason to pick up one of these over a Wolfdale/Yorkfield anytime soon. Hopefully York gets cheaper though, that would be awesome news.
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    prices in europe are with vat included.

    QX9770 is 1100€ with 19% vat and the QX9650 is 780€ with 19%vat, so i think we might see the same for the Ci7 965. A max of 1100-1200€.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPGWiZaRD View Post
    Is it only me that isn't very excited about this release? If overclocking without unlocked multi is so bad as some here have hinted, I see no reason to pick up one of these over a Wolfdale/Yorkfield anytime soon. Hopefully York gets cheaper though, that would be awesome news.
    Yeah, at this point I'm waitin' and seein' and feeling ok about sticking with the current platform for awhile yet. It's cool to follow the story though, it'll be really interesting to see all this stuff live and in retail action.

    edit: ah yes, VAT (19%?! holy smokes)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPGWiZaRD View Post
    Is it only me that isn't very excited about this release? If overclocking without unlocked multi is so bad as some here have hinted, I see no reason to pick up one of these over a Wolfdale/Yorkfield anytime soon. Hopefully York gets cheaper though, that would be awesome news.
    I was very psyched until info leaked that they will clock like a dead dog. I'm definitely taking a wait'n'see approach to see what the 2.66 version will do.

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    i7-920 here I come. Cheaper than my old E6600 at launch
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    Quote Originally Posted by largon View Post
    I wonder if i7-920 could reach 3GHz. Reference clk from 133MHz to 150MHz might be pushing it...
    also remember that after tweaking with the Turbo mode settings you can pretty much add on a constant extra 2 points to the multi. So that 150 would end up pushing the CPU to 3.3GHz
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    In the prices i have already included the 19% VAT.

    I guess for the XE model that will be as the other XEs and they will start from 1000 to 1300 depending the country.

    The other 2 prices will be there 2-3 weeks after the release
    When Mercedes brought their C111 to Talledega years ago and blew away the closed course record did it count? Yes..
    That was a "factory" car and a "one of" that no one could buy and was never sold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blauhung View Post
    also remember that after tweaking with the Turbo mode settings you can pretty much add on a constant extra 2 points to the multi. So that 150 would end up pushing the CPU to 3.3GHz
    Correction....you'd be pushing 1 core to 3.3ghz, not all of them.

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    actually, from the "on second thought" dept:

    I've been playing around with the idea of tri-SLI but, from my (admittedly skinny) research it seems there's a lot of peeps not too happy with the NVidia chipsets. I understand the X58 supports SLI, so I'm really curious to see how that set up works. If it's solid, it would be tempting to go I7 if I end up going with NVidia/SLI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoriLLakoS View Post
    In the prices i have already included the 19% VAT.

    I guess for the XE model that will be as the other XEs and they will start from 1000 to 1300 depending the country.

    The other 2 prices will be there 2-3 weeks after the release
    Not really. If any manufacturer says Tray Price for a 1000 is $999, that's what it is. Then distributers and VAR's can sell them for whatever the heck they think you'll pay.

    Not as bad as it could be.

    Normaly they are released at 1100-1250 If I remember correct.
    As seen by from Newegg.com when it was $1599 for a X6800 while most other sites still listed them for $1050 to $1100. TP was $999 while that was going on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeloader View Post
    Correction....you'd be pushing 1 core to 3.3ghz, not all of them.
    No, you can turbo all 4 cores if the TDP headroom is there on your cooling solution.

    I think you mix it up with the mobile 45nm Core 2 variant of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeloader View Post
    Correction....you'd be pushing 1 core to 3.3ghz, not all of them.
    AFAIK the Turbo Mode can affect one, several or all cores depending on situation. I assume Blauhung refers to some mobo manufacturer's clever BIOS trick to force a constant Turbo Mode effect, or something.

    Given that the E0 Penryn quads can reach 4ghz on air nowadays I'm less and less tempted by this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TedShred View Post
    Interesting. One Euro = $1.45 or so US, so those prices are higher than earlier estimates of $999, $562 and $284. I'm not sure of the reliability of the site linked below (or its quoted prices), but I'm positive I'd seen it posted here before?

    http://en.hardspell.com/doc/showcont.asp?news_id=3734
    actually those prices for US stand, EU just get screwed


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    I wish retailer don't jack up the price so much and also it is kind of misleading $999, $562, $284 is for 1000 quantity we have to include TAX and of course mark up from wholesalers to retailers so basically it is different for every location around the world
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    Quote Originally Posted by bowman View Post
    I assume Blauhung refers to some mobo manufacturer's clever BIOS trick to force a constant Turbo Mode effect, or something.
    Is not constant Turbo Mode, is that you can use the 2 multipliers the mobo uses for Turbo like a normal multi, so for overclocking effectively the multi in these beast is up to its rated one + 2.

    Quote Originally Posted by jmke View Post
    actually those prices for US stand, EU just get screwed
    Like always. No surprise. Still dirt cheap for a CPU with that perfomance compared to current Penryn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmke View Post
    actually those prices for US stand, EU just get screwed
    Its retail prices and its with 19% VAT. And its on a new product. Where is the gounging!! Newegg would be in shock
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blauhung View Post
    also remember that after tweaking with the Turbo mode settings you can pretty much add on a constant extra 2 points to the multi. So that 150 would end up pushing the CPU to 3.3GHz
    so are you conceding that the reference clock is limited? If the 2.6 nehalem can't hit 3.6 or better I don't see a point in getting it over a current quad unless one can use all 8 threads effectively.
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    any reason the 920 and 940 have the same product code? or is the 920 just BX80601920?

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