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http://www.microcenter.com/specials/...e40_eNews.html

Good through the close of business Friday 7/8 extended to end of month!

The CPUs themselves are also big discounts over NewEgg.
The i5 2500k is $180 here and $220 at NewEgg, while the i7 2600k is $280 here and $315 at NewEgg.

Lowest priced motherboard is the Biostar H61ML at $15 with the bundle savings: http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0361810

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Still going and the version "officially" going on through Sunday (only just saw it) has been expanded to include all Sandy Bridge Core CPUs: http://www.microcenter.com/specials/...e40_promo.html

So if you're looking to do a (re)build, especially a lower priced one, you get additional Intel options like the i3 2100 and i5 2400. On the higher end, this adds the locked i7 2600 (which also has a lower level on-die GPU and oddly has some features that the 2600k is missing according to an excellent Arstechnica piece from a few days ago).
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Some configurations still work for the bundle discount. Looks like the CPUs all still qualify but not all of the mobos.

P.S. Admin, could you change the subject to say "Intel Sandy Bridge Core CPUs" instead of the specific models since it now covers the whole line?
 




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