Killer of Killer NIC Threadz
- Aug 22, 2011
If it bugs you so much then report it to Intel. No one is holding a gun to your head to read this thread. So much bitching from people that aren't even eligible for this deal.
And the point of your post was? To come in here and act like you are someone special perhaps? Maybe you should read all the way through my post. Not sure why you even bothered posting.
I'm not trying to be rude or mean about this. Bottom line is what you do is your business. But again everyone will do what they want in the end.
I see no problem with a little extra money for the efforts.
No, the point which obviously you missed was to call you out. If you have a problem with the program or people abusing the program then do something constructive instead of whining like a bitch on a public forum. Here I will even help you out.... Email the Program administrators at email@example.com
If you don't want to do the above then good riddance to you.
I see no problem with a little extra money for the efforts. But they are all listed for $450, $479, etc in here. That is a bit more than a few bucks. But just tired of rinse and repeat post.
Originally Posted by KILLER_K View Post
I see no problem with a little extra money for the efforts. Bottom line is what you do is your business.
Yea I am sure 150 dollar profit will net you a whole lot these days. Stop policing it bro, it will get you no where. People will always make profit on this.
got my 4930k...
Now I haven't a clue what to do with it. Don't feel like upgrading platforms.
Hard to convince you unless you are using the extra cores. I video decode/encode enough to make the upgrade well worth it. Otherwise, games only really mess around with 3-4 depending on the title.
My 4770K arrives today. It will make a nice decoration on my desk until I decide on a mobo.
egyteam said:I wonder why all those IRE 4930k CPU's have the same batch 3331Bxxx , I suspect this CPU's could be refurbished or something is hidden, also there is reports that they overclock very bad.
egyteam said:I have seen over 90% are reselling this CPU's over ebay and amazon which is against Intel TOS, also the second owner will not benefit from the warranty even if it is BNIB.
egyteam said:I wouldn't care about the overclock ability or even a refurbished for the price of $200 if you get it from IRE but for people buying this CPU's for $450+, I would re-consider and get a retail one from newegg or equivalent, it will be $100 more but you get better warranty and 80% it will be better chip.
Batch 3331Bxxx is not just IRE. I have not seen any reports they overclock bad. Hell I even searched for the batch # and read about two dozen forums non of which stated that it was a bad OC. Nor did I see any accusations that the CPU is refurbished.
Nice made up # there. You have no idea how many CPUs are actually retail vs IRE. Sure you can see that there are a lot of people trying to sell their CPUs, but without any hard evidence you can't just make up a #.
Another blanket false statement. You have no proof that the CPUs are refurbished. However it is true that the warranty will likely not to be honored due to having to furnish proof of purchase for warranty service.