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    Uk Ivybridge on shelves

    3770K just hit the shelves here priced at £250 (I suppose it could have been more)

    That is around $407 after taxes


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    ouch!

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    Out in Belgium too.

    315€ = $412 for the i7 3770k
    217€ = $284 for the i5 3570k

    http://www.komplett.be/Komplett/cata...u/default.aspx
    Last edited by LostHawk; 05-06-2012 at 12:58 AM. Reason: cheaper now
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    The price number after VAT in GBP/EUR will be close to USD...
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    MC has a deal on them here in the States:

    https://email.microcentermedia.com/P...TEyODEyMjE2NAU
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    Newegg has 3770K for 350USD. I dont why prices are high as compared to what we were initially told.

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    At least there is stock and limited per person. $350.00 isnt bad compared to 2700k pricing

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    Man wish MC did that 3570K combo deal with a 3770K also

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levish View Post
    At least there is stock and limited per person. $350.00 isnt bad compared to 2700k pricing
    I dunno, I don't see it that way really, too small difference between them performance/feature wise. I see both pretty much equally good pick, I'd probably decide with a coin toss. ^^ At $20~30 premium in my eyes they are of equal value IMO. Either you'll be running max as in case of an airclocker, 2700K @ 4.9~5.0GHz or 3770K @ 4.5~4.7GHz at which both perform pretty much equally.
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    Well pulled the trigger at MC for a 3770K and a UD-5H mobo but I bought a 3570K also to get the $50 off the mobo price

    Gotta love Ebay should be able to get $200 back out of that 3570K .

    Now just need a NV-690 watercooled for this puppy
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    Damn i envy you guys so much living near Micro Center this deals is great cpu + mobo combo for 210Euro cheapest 2500K its almost 200Euro alone

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    Quote Originally Posted by OutSider View Post
    Damn i envy you guys so much living near Micro Center this deals is great cpu + mobo combo for 210Euro cheapest 2500K its almost 200Euro alone
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    Yeah we picked up our 3770k's today for $289 plus tax so for me it was $312.46 out the door in California:
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    Ivy at overclockers.co.uk
    3570K for £173.99 (~$280 after sales tax)
    3770K for £249.95 (~$405 after sales tax)

    The cheapest so far is i5-3450 £143.99

    Prices are reasonable for Europe (remember that there is on average a 20% sales tax)
    Last edited by kiwi; 04-29-2012 at 11:39 PM.
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    i7 3770k is delayed in Australia.... :\

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    $426 in South Africa, SLIGHTLY cheaper than a 2700K.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi View Post
    Prices are reasonable for Europe (remember that there is on average a 20% sales tax)
    Reasonable my arse.
    In the US, 3570Ks go for $190, while 3770Ks for $290. VAT is 20%, UK prices are 40+% higher.

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    Cheapest prices I've found in spain (with availability) compared to their 32nm counterparts:

    i5 2550K - 208€
    i5 3570K - 209€

    i7 2700K - 286€
    i7 3770K - 303€

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaD View Post
    Reasonable my arse.
    In the US, 3570Ks go for $190, while 3770Ks for $290. VAT is 20%, UK prices are 40+% higher.
    Well, it is only at MC and original price is higher. Newegg prices as of writing this post
    i5-3570K $249.99
    i7-3770K $349.99 but sold out at the moment

    So yes, in my opinion prices in Europe are reasonable

    You can always wait for discounts or price cuts if you wish
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    It's now available in India but online and there is no promised delivery time, prices are as follow:

    $ 398 for 3770K
    $ 360 for 3770
    $ 276 for 3570K
    $ 250 for 3570
    $ 231 for 3450

    $ 313 for DZ77GA70K
    $ 161 for DZ77SL-50K
    $ 115 for DB75EN

    Prices are near to the UK ones than the states, sad that still Intel is priced on the higher side. Non the less AMD pricing is nuts they still sell Bulldozer at insane prices here ....
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