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    Default Intel Ivy Bridge price drops

    The Intel Ivy Bridge Series CPU's are rapidly dropping in price. After the release of Haswel, Ivy Bridge prices stayed about the same. Give or take $10 depending on the distributor. Now prices have taken a dramatic price cut. i5 3570k $189.99 and the i7 3770k is down to $249.99. That's a $30 price drop for the i5 and a whopping $70 drop for the i7. I wonder how much lower these prices are going to go? I like this trend of the speedy decline. My suggestion would be if you have been thinking about a Ivy Bridge CPU, purchase it very soon or better yet, now! In the past we have seen other Intel i5 & i7 price drops just for them to go back up and level out, i.e. i7 2700k is hovering now around $330. Once upon a time these amazing cpu's where down to $219.99. I am personally regretting not jumping on one when I had the chance.

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    Default Re: Intel Ivy Bridge price drops

    You just bought a Z77 board, so now you can pick up the 3770K at a great price.

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    Default Re: Intel Ivy Bridge price drops

    I bought another i5 3570k with the board. I recently sold 2x Asus GTX 680's and I am dismanteling the rest of my old system to purchase more WACO parts for my own personal projects. That system has a 3770k in it. I believe I will attempt a de-lid on it and with the 240mm and 280mm radiators I am putting in my Z77 build, I should be able to achieve a pretty decent OC

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    Default Re: Intel Ivy Bridge price drops

    Quote Originally Posted by saturn97 View Post
    The Intel Ivy Bridge Series CPU's are rapidly dropping in price. After the release of Haswel, Ivy Bridge prices stayed about the same. Give or take $10 depending on the distributor. Now prices have taken a dramatic price cut. i5 3570k $189.99 and the i7 3770k is down to $249.99. That's a $30 price drop for the i5 and a whopping $70 drop for the i7. I wonder how much lower these prices are going to go? I like this trend of the speedy decline. My suggestion would be if you have been thinking about a Ivy Bridge CPU, purchase it very soon or better yet, now! In the past we have seen other Intel i5 & i7 price drops just for them to go back up and level out, i.e. i7 2700k is hovering now around $330. Once upon a time these amazing cpu's where down to $219.99. I am personally regretting not jumping on one when I had the chance.
    they been that price at MicroCenter for a while now.
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: Intel Ivy Bridge price drops

    Yeah well right now my thinking is that when Intel realizes how big of a flop Haswell is shapping up to be, these prices will creap back up

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    Default Re: Intel Ivy Bridge price drops

    Quote Originally Posted by saturn97 View Post
    I bought another i5 3570k with the board. I recently sold 2x Asus GTX 680's and I am dismanteling the rest of my old system to purchase more WACO parts for my own personal projects. That system has a 3770k in it. I believe I will attempt a de-lid on it and with the 240mm and 280mm radiators I am putting in my Z77 build, I should be able to achieve a pretty decent OC
    Better get another at that low price anyways, Unless you have already performed a delidding before. Thats alot of money to risk throwing away. Good Luck.

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    Default Re: Intel Ivy Bridge price drops

    Man i got excited for a min, i payed $220 for my 3770k!

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