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Intel's Core i5-655K & i7-875K Unlocked Processors
Most of today's desktop CPUs, including budget models, tend to be good for overclocking. But for those who are looking for the ultimate in tweaking ability, Intel's mainstream models have left a bit to be desired. With the K series, though, it aims to remedy that situation by offering unlocked models at affordable prices.
You can read our full review here and discuss it here!
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