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    Default First-Gen Core i7 Quad Core Socket 1366

    I'm looking for a first-gen quad core Core i7 (Nehalem) to complete a build. I'm not picky about clock speed; anything quad core that'll fit socket 1366 will work. Will consider MB/CPU/RAM bundles, as well. PM me to hash out any shipping details.
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    Default Re: First-Gen Core i7 Quad Core Socket 1366

    We still sell i7 960's
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    Default Re: First-Gen Core i7 Quad Core Socket 1366

    How much?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RogueOpportunist View Post
    In my experience the vast majority of "tech problems" are ID-10-T errors, usually caused by a nut loose on the keyboard.

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    Default Re: First-Gen Core i7 Quad Core Socket 1366

    $229. It's slower than the new 3570K and more expensive
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    Default Re: First-Gen Core i7 Quad Core Socket 1366

    Thanks, but I guess I'll keep trawling eBay & craigslist for a deal on 920 or 950, or just sell the motherboard and go for an Ivy Bridge setup.
    http://folding.extremeoverclocking.c...e.php?u=555808

    Quote Originally Posted by RogueOpportunist View Post
    In my experience the vast majority of "tech problems" are ID-10-T errors, usually caused by a nut loose on the keyboard.

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