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« on: May 02, 2008, 03:09:56 PM »

without a doubt intels levy on the Q9650 extreme multiplier  is the biggest that i've ever seen
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« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2008, 08:48:59 AM »

Check out my rant at the HardForum:

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Q9650 3.0GHz in Q3 to be $525 - What Will Become of the $530 Q9550 2.83GHz?


I have been waiting for the Q9550 since August 2007, and due to a complete patience meltdown and several other factors, I ended up scoring a new retail QX9650 for $700 at the AnandTech trading forums. However, my question is this. According to Fudzilla, the Q9650 3.0GHz (9x multi) is expected to launch in Q3 for $525. The Q9550 2.83GHz is priced at $530 and is in very very small quantity production at the moment. It is barely trickling its way into the European market with less than half a handful in the US market. What is to be the ultimate fate of this CPU if the Q9650 is just around the corner at a cheaper "per 1000 units" price tag?
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« Reply #2 on: May 18, 2008, 05:42:42 PM »

Even with a locked multiplier the q9650 is the better deal and will perform  better than the q9550. I own two QX9650s and if the q9650 performs half as good its worth the cash. As far as the q9550 i am sure some people will still buy them.
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« Reply #3 on: May 23, 2008, 09:13:54 AM »

Check out my rant at the HardForum:

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Q9650 3.0GHz in Q3 to be $525 - What Will Become of the $530 Q9550 2.83GHz?


I have been waiting for the Q9550 since August 2007, and due to a complete patience meltdown and several other factors, I ended up scoring a new retail QX9650 for $700 at the AnandTech trading forums. However, my question is this. According to Fudzilla, the Q9650 3.0GHz (9x multi) is expected to launch in Q3 for $525. The Q9550 2.83GHz is priced at $530 and is in very very small quantity production at the moment. It is barely trickling its way into the European market with less than half a handful in the US market. What is to be the ultimate fate of this CPU if the Q9650 is just around the corner at a cheaper "per 1000 units" price tag?

i think the price of 9550 will drop by the time of q9650 launch , it's quite simple Smiley
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« Reply #4 on: May 24, 2008, 10:04:39 PM »

Yeah, it's old news now.  The Q9550 will drop to $316 when the Q9650 is launched.  And the Q9450 will be phased out of the market and replaced with the Q9400 (which will be priced at $266)
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