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Is this a mistake in price?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Day03, 19 May 2006.

  1. Day03

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  2. quadboi

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    Nope don't think so, why is it too pricey or the opposite :p Grab a bargain
     
  3. Raikiri

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    Only useful if you are running a northwood celeron though :p
     
  4. Klytus

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    + £8 postage!
     
  5. Day03

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    Probably noone buys them that's why they had to make it so cheap
     
  6. quadboi

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    Oh yeh +£8 postage as said earlier :)
     
  7. orderoftheflame

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    they're probably having trouble selling them, hense the price.

    Not very handy really, if your going to use a P4 that slow in a new rig, why bother replacing the stock fan.

    Theres also a newer better heatsink from sythe that'll fit a 478 socket, chances are it's old stock they want to get rid of.
     
  8. StarShock

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    just thought, it could be usefull in one of these media center pcs every one seems to be making, get a cheep cpu and underclock it, it should cool it fine ...
     
  9. Cyber-Mav

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    it says its good for 2.4ghz cpu in passive mode. slap a fan on it and its performance will sky rocket like the scythe ninja's.

    but delivery is a little too high for me to bother placing an order.