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Overclockers UK offer cheapest i7 6700K price in the UK

Overclockers UK offer cheapest i7 6700K price in the UK

Overclockers UK offer cheapest i7 6700K price in the UK

Overclockers UK offer cheapest i7 6700K price in the UK

 

Overclockers UK is currently offering the cheapest i7 6700K prices in the UK and are including Free shipping with any orders including them.

Right now their i7 6700K is priced at £275.99, which is a price reduction of over £30 when compared to the usual price if the retail CPU, allowing buyers to simply save some money or use it to help upgrade other components of their systems like spending it on a higher end motherboard or faster memory.  

  Overclockers UK offer cheapest i7 6700K price in the UK

 

Free shipping on orders with this CPU applies to the UK and Ireland, making this a fantastic opportunity for buyers from Ireland to save on postage costs. 

This offer will only be available for a limited time, so order quick if you are already looking for an Intel i7 6700K. 

 

You can look at our Intel i7 6700K review here. 

 

You can join the discussion on Overclockers Uk offering the cheapest UK price for Intel's i7 6700K Skylake CPUs on the OC3D Forums

 

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01-02-2016, 05:52:47

Feronix
£275 really isn't anything to brag about That's the price it should've been at launch and slowly gone down from there.Quote

01-02-2016, 06:19:47

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by Feronix View Post
£275 really isn't anything to brag about That's the price it should've been at launch and slowly gone down from there.
Haha, owned! Quote

01-02-2016, 06:58:57

MrKambo
its true, never should have charged that much, i mean for an extra £30-40 you could go X99 which is so much better value for money, now lets hope the prices slowly decrease!Quote

01-02-2016, 07:24:40

JR23
Lets be honest there is no chance at all the prices are dropping overall, despite the terrible thermal solution for an unlocked chip, the lack of a temporary cooler and all of the teething issues that faced skylake. The 6700k still doesn't make a fat lot of sense and i'm sure when Broadwell-E comes things will get even more confused and expensive. The 6600k is where things are critical at a sensible price/performance point for gamers and at £200 they are still a bit pricey.

JRQuote

01-02-2016, 08:26:47

AlienALX
The price will drop if it's not selling, which it obviously isn't. I heard that the initial excuse was that they didn't have masses of them, so hiked the price to get rid of X99 instead.

I still think it's still too expensive. IIRC I paid £220 for a I7 950 on the 6th December 2010. And the funny thing is AMD were no competition then, either. The closest they had was the 1090t and you needed all of the cores threading to benefit.

OCUK are just using this price drop as a sales pitch.Quote
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