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Topic # 228937 31-Jan-2018 08:02
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Intel I5-3470 chip, working chip just not needed.


4 cores, 4 threads, 3.2 - 3.6ghz, 77W TDP




ideally trade for a I3-3225 / I3-3245 / I5-3475(s) / I7-3770(s) or make us an offer?

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  Reply # 1949669 31-Jan-2018 20:40
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Just curious - what's the difference which is causing the swap? Power usage?

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  Reply # 1949723 31-Jan-2018 21:23
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I'm after a chip which has built in HD4000 graphics for a small form factor build I'm doing. The chip I have only has HD 2500, which isn't an issue if you can use another graphics card but in this situation I can't.

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  Reply # 1949745 31-Jan-2018 22:13
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Great reasoning. Good luck in your search. 

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  Reply # 1949818 1-Feb-2018 08:20
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I've secured a replacement chip so this is available. Looking on trademe these are $80+ so thinking $60 is fair? Or PM us an offer.

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