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INTEL 8700K & 8600K COFFEE LAKE NOW IN STOCK AT FAIR PRICING!

Discussion in 'CPUs' started by Gibbo, 28 Nov 2017.

  1. Gibbo

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    Hi there


    So finally, we just had around 1000 units of 8700K tray land out of that 1000 units 300 have being split off to 8 Pack and our SI production which shall all be used there.

    The other 700, well its over to you guys to go play silicon lottery with them, they have just landed from master distribution warehouse in Europe in OcUK today, we've pre-sold a few hundred but that leaves nearly 500 spare, get buying them.

    Also for those who prefer retail, both 8700K and 8600K Retail shall be in stock tomorrow as well. :)



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    Also remember OcUK has the very best memory deals in the UK, we crush our competitors with pricing and product range on memory, meaning for your XMAS upgrade, well do it at OcUK, the online shop that has a booming community and staff full of technical knowledge, that is why we are the best. :)














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  2. Davanius

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    Joined: 19 May 2012

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    Great. I can't order until next Monday so hopefully there will be some stock available.

    Gives me less than a week to decide which cpu to go with my 1080ti. I need to slow down my upgrading habit as well so maybe the extra threads may make more sense in the long run.

    It would help if anyone knows what motherboard would be good for a sensible price that will overclock without to much hassle. :)
     
  3. Gibbo

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    We got plenty so do not worry, the only issue is were now struggling to hold this memory pricing as most of these are below the trade price cost.
     
  4. southernorth

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    This is a good option (on offer too):

    My basket at Overclockers UK:
    Total: £139.99 (includes shipping: £0.00)
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    You get a £20 steam voucher for purchasing, and if you write a review you get entered into a monthly £100 steam voucher draw.​
     
  5. Davanius

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    Thanks for the tip. I may have seen a review on that one and it may have hot vrm's when overclocking.

    I will double check. The price is reasonable. :)

    I have the noctua d15s.
     
  6. southernorth

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    My basket at Overclockers UK:
    Total: £154.99 (includes shipping: £0.00)
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    The AsRock is a better motherboard in the price range, but it's oos and doesn't come with free stuff. Is very well reviewed.

    Both are good boards though.
     
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  7. Davanius

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    Thank you very much southernorth. I will check this board out. :)
     
  8. wellibob

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    The gigabyte one is fine. TTL must have had a bad board (sample)
     
  9. BriT

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    Location: Reading

    I have the gigabyte and has been fine.
     
  10. Davanius

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    The asrock board is being praised quite highly. I will most likely settle for that and with the saving over the higher priced boards, get the 8700k.

    I did expect to pay £200 for a board but I really like what I am seeing on the asrock. Great recommendation.
     
  11. Gibbo

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    Asrock are actually one of the best motherboards, but because they keep a low key, they get over shadowed by the other brands, yet from a technical and capability stand point, Asrock are one of the best, particular Taichi models, which 8 Pack would confirmed.
     
  12. Drollic

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    @Gibbo

    It's great to keep the forum updated with things like this and I'll no doubt buy one in the next few months, but the thread title implies your previous pricing was unfair. Not the best marketing I'd of thought? :D
     
  13. southernorth

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    I think it's also partly due to OCuk's supplier charging them more as stock was very limited nearer to launch.
     
  14. gavinh87

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    Any reason why none of the asrock boards never seem to be available on the launch of a new CPU?
    I would have loved a taichi this time round but they were nowhere to be seen.
     
  15. Gibbo

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    Because Asrock do not understand the UK market unfortunately, we pushed them like crazy, in the end for launch I think they sent 7pc to UK which then got shared amongst resellers, we got like 3-4pc, absolute joke.

    Like I say Asrock make amazing stuff but their interest in the UK market seems none existent, we have being on our knees begging them but they seem not interested, I think the thing is other regions can sell same product for more money so they just leave it in other regions and support those regions which from a business standpoint if their growth plans are only so much I can understand.

    It is a shame, I'd love to see them be a huge player in the UK and even better to just send all the stock to OcUK. We've proven our ability time and time again to bring unknown brands to the UK and make them explode, TeamGroup, GeIL, KFA2, Inno3D, Manli, Powercolor, Phanteks, Bitfenix and many more are brands years ago no one in the UK ever heard now some of these brands are outselling the big names in their relevant market areas. :)
     
  16. gavinh87

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    It is a shame, their loss I suppose.
    A lot of us that wanted the taichi went with the hero x so more money to asus. Silly of them.
     
  17. thefish

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    Ive both taichi and extreme 4 boards and are rock solid.pretty much been using them from z68.you do get a lot for your money all bith biards clock like mad
     
  18. JediFragger

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    I can concur. Their base Z370 mITX board contains one of the best VRM implementations I've ever seen!! Really top notch stuff, and allows some great overclocking :cool:
     
  19. WingZero30

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    Indeed. This is also the case for X299 too. I was reading about X299 VRM thread on another forum and it was general agreed that Asrock X299 Taichi and their flagship Fatal1ty Gaming i9 XE mobos had the best VRM design containing superior intersil mosfets.
     
  20. Davanius

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    I have now seen as many reviews and videos on the Asrock board that I can find. I am looking forward to it.

    I have a Ryzen 1600 running at 3.9 which is a very good chip. I didn't plan to get a 1080ti but got one due to my Vega plans not working out. I have a few games where the cpu is not feeding the card enough such as Project Cars 2 and Rise of the tomb raider which I play in 3d 1440p.

    Tomb raider needs to be 60 fps locked in 3d but it dips to 45 fps regardless of resolution. I have an Asus 165Hz monitor so it makes sense to balance out my build.