At the beginning of November Intel launched its four-core Core 2 Extreme QX6700 processor, where the Q, of course, stands for 'quad'. This Extreme processor has an unlocked multiplier so we reviewers can have fun experimenting with a £650 piece of silicon while the buying public regards Extreme products as a technological …
Hmm, I read somewhere that it would be about $530, realisticly making it about £400 in the UK, which is about right, a bit more than a E6700, and a bit less than 2 x E6600
The Core 2 Quad Q6600 officially costs $851, according to Intel's website, Jack.
That said, it's rumoured to be planning price cuts in Q2, which *should* see the price fall to $530.
Scan are currently quoting a £574 retail price, bang in the middle of the range suggested by Leo. No mention of when it'll be available, mind.
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