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    that's regular price, microcenter is cheaper with door crasher special.

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    That's nice if you have a door to crash close by. If I were in the market I believe I would wait for the skinny on the mb's...looks as tho that is going to be the key.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    that's regular price, microcenter is cheaper with door crasher special.
    Deton, if your going by the ad grump posted go back and look at it again, they had the 2600K listed twice, once for $329.99 and again for $369.99

    Plus I find it very hard to believe that they would be knocking $80 off of $329.99 and selling the chips for $249.99, I think they screwed up on their add and the real price was the $369.99, then they would be able to afford to sell them for $279.99 in store only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Deton, if your going by the ad grump posted go back and look at it again, they had the 2600K listed twice, once for $329.99 and again for $369.99

    Plus I find it very hard to believe that they would be knocking $80 off of $329.99 and selling the chips for $249.99, I think they screwed up on their add and the real price was the $369.99, then they would be able to afford to sell them for $279.99 in store only.
    Daddy death, like I mentioned in the other thread, MIcroCenter does this as a "lost leader". I got my I7 930 about a year or more for $200 when NewEgg sold them for $279 along with the rest. When the 950 reduced in price, the did the same($200). Let's face it, who comes in and just buys a chip? The purchase kohl,psu, ect..... obviously, it is in store but the special is 100% legit. Great for anyone who lives close to MicroCenter!

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    I'm not saying its not legit, I said they listed the same chip with two different prices, and if you check the ad grumpy posted, each 2600K chip had a different in store discount. The one for $329.99 had a $80 discount the other 2600K had a $90 in store discount. They are both the same exact chip, why sell one for $329.99 and the other for $369.99 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Deton, if your going by the ad grump posted go back and look at it again, they had the 2600K listed twice, once for $329.99 and again for $369.99

    Plus I find it very hard to believe that they would be knocking $80 off of $329.99 and selling the chips for $249.99, I think they screwed up on their add and the real price was the $369.99, then they would be able to afford to sell them for $279.99 in store only.
    Hey buddy you need your reading glasses.
    They have regular 2600 for $329.99 then 2600K for $369.99

    The question is, is there really locked version of 2600?

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    Yes there is a locked 2600. I got that directly from Intel. I haven't seen anyone review one, and I honestly don't know why anyone would even get one, but they do exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Hey buddy you need your reading glasses.
    They have regular 2600 for $329.99 then 2600K for $369.99

    The question is, is there really locked version of 2600?

    Click here: http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.phtml?product_id=0354588

    I think it says $249.99. No listing for the K. They must have pulled it. These are in store only. You may have to click on a store in the locator.
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    I can't believe what buffoons Evga have been through all of this. Still no release of a mb for SB.
    Their forums are full of raging about it.

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    My pet theory? EVGA has always specialized in enthusiast, premium boards for the most part. With Sandy Bridge, we now see that you don't need an uber-leet-crazy-OMG board to achieve high clocks and performance. A sub-$200 can do just fine. No high BCLK needed, no fancy heatsinks to keep things cool, etc, etc. So my guess is EVGA did the math and realized they couldn't compete. Why go to market with a premium board that a very small percentage of people would buy? And with no upgrade path or lead-in to another product, why even bother at all.

    I'm guess EVGA realized they can't compete with other SB manufacturers. SB has made performance now "mainstream", expensive boards aren't necessary. That is the death knell for EVGA's entire reason for producing boards. Take away that market and they've got nothing.

    As much raging as there may be, the reality is the overclocking/enthusiast marketshare is very small. No money in it for EVGA at all. Fanboyism isn't enough financial incentive to blow millions and millions of dollars on what is essentially a lost cause.

    Class dismissed LOL

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    My point being this... http://www.evga.com/products/moreInf...ly=Motherboard Family&sw=5

    Their first offering which isnt even released yet does not even equal what is available from the other manufacturers...and it is more expensive to boot. Their P67 is spec'ed like a H67 lol. At this juncture they are not even competing with Intel mb's...
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    Ah, well then. Different circumstances, same end result.

    I can't understand why the whining. Just go buy an ASUS P67 board and call it a day. Why would sit around and cry over what is a pointless discussion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    My pet theory? EVGA has always specialized in enthusiast, premium boards for the most part. With Sandy Bridge, we now see that you don't need an uber-leet-crazy-OMG board to achieve high clocks and performance. A sub-$200 can do just fine. No high BCLK needed, no fancy heatsinks to keep things cool, etc, etc. So my guess is EVGA did the math and realized they couldn't compete. Why go to market with a premium board that a very small percentage of people would buy? And with no upgrade path or lead-in to another product, why even bother at all.

    I'm guess EVGA realized they can't compete with other SB manufacturers. SB has made performance now "mainstream", expensive boards aren't necessary. That is the death knell for EVGA's entire reason for producing boards. Take away that market and they've got nothing.

    As much raging as there may be, the reality is the overclocking/enthusiast marketshare is very small. No money in it for EVGA at all. Fanboyism isn't enough financial incentive to blow millions and millions of dollars on what is essentially a lost cause.

    Class dismissed LOL

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    It is the same with both Intel and And setups. The lower motherboard overclock essentially as well as the high end. IMO, users fall into the trap the most expensive is better. I overclocked my Phenom's higher than most using Rampage II and other $200 + boards using a $130 board. Same with the Giga X58-UD3. If one does not need the additional features such as 26 16X slots(LOL).... the board ie a waste.

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    I guess fanboys are fanboys and need something to moan about, eh?

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