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Relatively to more cores CPU products output, it is good news to the users who have more requirements for PC.

In the initial stage of Hexa-Core CPU, Intel only launched Core i7-980X Extreme Edition,
Thereís no big different from Intel i7 965/975 Extreme on the pricing segment, all of them quoted at USD999.
Frankly speaking, it will be a loading to users who want to upgrade their PC system but the budget is limited.

On the other hand, dynastic changes faster is good for us, as we can pay few and get the best quality goods in the short time.
Itís better to launch new Core i7-980X Extreme Edition at par, one way to get more competitive in the market,
the other way can promote Hexa-Core CPU to be popular more and soon.

Recently I just bought the introduction to Canon which is the best edition of ABC DSLR-550D last week

Hopefully to introduce the best buy of Kiss X3 (500D) and the popular edition of ABC of machine 550D these two cameras to all of you soon.
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