Intel Pentium D 935 and Core 2 Duo E4300 to debut in January 2007

"Intel Pentium D 935 and Core 2 Duo E4300 to debut in January 2007 "

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DigiTimes today, reported that Intel plans to introduce the Pentium D 935 and Core 2 Duo E4300 desktop CPUs, priced at US$133 and US$163 respectively, in January 2007 In the meantime, unit prices of Intel's Pentium D 925 and 915 will be reduced to US$113 and US$93 respectively, according to motherboard manufacturer's. Further, 2007 will also see the emergence of Intel's 65nm process for the Celeron D range.

You can read more about Intel's intentions and proposed pricing scheme at DigiTimes

Another impending addition to the Core 2 family, and a serious pricing makeover for 2007! Feel free to discuss in our forum

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25-10-2006, 08:26:25

mrapoc
some say the sharkoons hardly blow any air (the 2000 model) do u find them beneficial over other makes?

08-11-2006, 20:58:18

markkleb
If you have a chance try some Arctic cooling AC8 or AC12s. They are my favorite for cool looks, low price , very low noise and good airflow.

http://www.svc.com/acf8.html

I think a lot of the fans noise is creted by vibration/harmonics transfered to the case than magnified. The AC fans have their own suspension systems, draw air from the sides and did I mention $5:)

10-11-2006, 11:38:28

mrapoc

10-11-2006, 11:55:28

markkleb
EXCELLENT buy...:)

11-11-2006, 10:18:51

Toxcity
I agree surperb buy! :p

16-11-2006, 15:05:55

bigdrew1
Silenx always without a dout

16-11-2006, 18:16:23

NightshadowUK
I still vote for Sharkoons.

I finally got around to replacing the Amber on my Evo 33 and the difference between min and max using the controller isn't noticable at all.

17-11-2006, 11:01:14

mrapoc
Yes but is the airflow still looking good? Really we need a comparison between the favourites...overclock3d hear my prayer :worship:

18-11-2006, 15:00:04

NightshadowUK
I've no way of testing it out... I need a cfm-o-meter. :p

23-11-2006, 10:48:22

jakeiswicked
I'm gonna vote for my Sharkoon 2000 80mms with Blue LEDs.. they look great, have blue LEDs (and versions without them).. so where's the catch? well there is none since they are pretty much inaudible and push a lot more air then an average 80mm.. unless you don't mind noise i would say they are the ones to get for sure
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