Intel i3 6300T and 6320 Skylake Review

Unigine

Intel Core i3-6300T and Core i3-6320 Review

Unigine

If the 3D Mark results impressed, then Unigine really raises the eyebrows. Almost nothing to choose between any of these setups. Even the extra 600MHz of the i3-6320 only makes a gnats chuff of difference.

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06-11-2015, 05:41:29

Feronix
What the actual F happened to Intel prices? An i3 for €170? That's not budget at all, it's literally cheaper to buy an 8320. Used to be able to buy an i5 for that money, but now these are all over €240 including 3 gen old chips like the 3570k, that used to be the price of a low end i7 a year ago.

At least £95 in the UK still seems more reasonable, but even there prices have inflated stupid amounts.Quote

06-11-2015, 06:50:25

Warchild
Could be something to do with value of the Euro maybe?

I'm guesstimating here, but for me, since the Norwegian Kroner has crashed so bad, things are getting even more pricey then before for us. Still not as expensive as the UK though.Quote

06-11-2015, 13:02:14

dwatterworth
The increase in price is definitely in the US too. All of the Skylake SKUs seem to be around a 17%-20% price increase compared to the equivalent CPU's of generations past.
Not a huge increase for the i3 chips but the i5 and i7 chips definitely push you back to 1150. Motherboards for 1150 seem to be the things in short supply now, most of the big E-tailers are giving big discounts on 4790k chips.Quote

06-11-2015, 14:11:02

cooperman
Quote:
Originally Posted by Feronix View Post
What the actual F happened to Intel prices? An i3 for €170? That's not budget at all, it's literally cheaper to buy an 8320. Used to be able to buy an i5 for that money, but now these are all over €240 including 3 gen old chips like the 3570k, that used to be the price of a low end i7 a year ago.

At least £95 in the UK still seems more reasonable, but even there prices have inflated stupid amounts.
And i think i'd still go for a i5 4460 and a £50 mobo over a new i3 tbh if i was tight on cash.Quote

06-11-2015, 14:23:30

Feronix
Quote:
Originally Posted by cooperman View Post
And i think i'd still go for a i5 4460 and a £50 mobo over a new i3 tbh if i was tight on cash.
Well, with an i3 being €170 over here and pairing that up with an average low end ish €70 board that's €240 just for a low end CPU and board.

You know what else I can get for that price? An 8320E with MSI 970 Gaming motherboard and a Hyper 212 Evo. Not a difficult choice at all then is it Quote
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