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Topic # 205929 2-Dec-2016 23:15
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Will pay $15 including shipping


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  Reply # 1681618 3-Dec-2016 10:37
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e97379-001 no good to you?

 

Looks the same but without the copper in it. I got several from PB with the plan being to strap 100W LED's to them and have not actually done anything yet.





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  Reply # 1681622 3-Dec-2016 10:52
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I understand the e97379-001 is for the i3 and the e97378-001 is for the i5. Probably not allot in it? but would rather have the right one


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1681745 3-Dec-2016 15:40
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I got a e97379-001 with my skylake i5-6600 (non-k), it's a 65W chip. If that information helps at all.

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