Published on 19th July 2010 by
Originally Posted by LizardX58 is due to be replaced sometime in 2011, but a 980X isn't exactly going to age quickly and look slow anytime soon ;)
Originally Posted by wuyanxusurely you can say that to any of the i7 CPU's of today.
Originally Posted by motasMaybe the next revision of this will be a better clocker. Sorry but I'm a bit new to computers still but is this how it normally happens with intel releasing the top of the range one first and working the clock speed down to the budget one that's identical to the rediculous one? Or is this just a fill in until the new chipset?
Originally Posted by slugbugOne retailer in the US was selling the 980X last week for only $799
Originally Posted by BumsrushAnd there's a UK seller selling the 980X new for £649 he's sold 3 so far.
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