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Caporegime
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It probably is, but more for the binned pre-de-lidded guarenteed overclock chips with warranty which take OcUK back to its roots of pre-overclocked AMD slot-in CPU's. :p
 
Soldato
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It probably is, but more for the binned pre-de-lidded guarenteed overclock chips with warranty which take OcUK back to its roots of pre-overclocked AMD slot-in CPU's. :p

That would be a brave move. OcUK customers might not be what they once was.
 
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^^ I guess we'll find out on Thursday. I would imagine in the ball park of where they have been before, allowing for the fall in exchange rates. Maybe £800 for CPU, motherboard, memory and 240/280 AIO cooler.
 
Caporegime
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I'm predicting a small price hike.

Clock Skylake up a little on a more mature node, rename it, jack the price up £10/15...... sit back and count increasing profit margins.
 
Caporegime
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Right, so its a clocked 6700K, max overclock 4.8Ghz at 1.4v......

Rebrand.... yawn.

I think this is probably right, 1.25V stock voltage so it's just overclocked (and probably slightly cherry picked) like Devil's Canyon was compard to Haswell.
 
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