Intel has gone and updated its processor price list, and in doing so, the Santa Clara chip maker officially unveiled its Core i7 2700K processor. We've known about this CPU for some time now, but as a refresher, this is a quad-core part clocked at 3.5GHz with 8MB of L3 cache and a 95W TDP. By comparison, the Core i7 2600K is clocked at 3.4GHz, but otherwise is the same chip.
The Core i7 2700K carries a list price of $332, at least for thousand-unit tray quantities (actual retail pricing will be a little higher). That's $15 higher than the 2600K.
Intel's latest price list also includes lower prices for the Core i3 2120 ($117, down from $138), Pentium G850 ($75, down from $86), and Pentium G630 ($64, down from $75). These are also in thousand-unit tray quantities.
You can view the full price list here (PDF) .
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