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{US} Microcenter Intel i5-6600k $200 USD [IN-STORE ONLY]

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14 minutes ago, Erolith said:

Microcenter is currently selling an i5-6600k for only $200 USD.

 

http://www.microcenter.com/product/451885/Core_i5-6600K_SkyLake_35GHz_1151_Boxed_Processor

 

You can also save another $30 if you purchase any compatible motherboard.

GIMME!!!! If only I had the money...... I have a microcenter really close to me too. :(


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Thanks. @Airdeano =).

 

1 minute ago, Redsun20 said:

GIMME!!!! If only I had the money...... I have a microcenter really close to me too. :(

Hell, saving another 30 when buying a mobo is an insane deal. Get over there! :o

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Don't they do this all the time?  I remember the price for the 6600k that low when I went there last time in May.

 

[Edit] also the 6700k is $299

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29 minutes ago, Augmentum said:

Don't they do this all the time?  I remember the price for the 6600k that low when I went there last time in May.

 

[Edit] also the 6700k is $299

Yes they do. I guess people who don't have a local Microcenter just never notice and are always shocked when they see it /shrug

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these prices are regular for Microcenter. They CPUs are much cheaper than online but sales tax brings them close. Still cheaper, just gotta keep that in mind


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