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Old 14-09-17, 09:15 PM
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The latest i have seen is 389€, that's just below 3000DKK, that's my psychological barrier for a CPU 2500DKK~335€~300£ would be a lot better

I see 500-600£ to be in range of a lot of "normal" gamers for CPU, MB and RAM.
But then again, +/- 50£ isn't that big of a deal, it's more in my head
just accepting £50 higher prices will make intel happy!

But not going for the I7 to save £50-£100 I would be kicking myself in a few years!

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Old 14-09-17, 09:17 PM
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just accepting £50 higher prices will make intel happy!

But not going for the I7 to save £50-£100 I would be kicking myself in a few years!
Been there done that. 4670k for a long time, then upgraded to a used 4790k
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