HardwareCanucks: "In an almost surreal tale of events, USA electronics retailer Newegg has discovered a reported 300 counterfeit Intel Core i7 920 CPU's in its inventory, some of which were inadvertently shipped out to buyers!"
Raspberry Pi is a great tool for Linux developers, but it also suffers a little bit because of users’ ignorance. The Raspberry Pi Foundation, the developers of this amazing mini PC, has seen a rising trend of broken Raspberry PIs because of counterfeit power supply units.
Intel launched a bevy of new processors, including its highest-end desktop CPU and new, security-enhanced 32nm CPUs for the enterprise. The Xeon Processor 5600 series also includes the chipmaker's first six-core embedded processors, plus a dual-core processor for & micro servers& that has a TDP of only 30 Watts, the company says....
Use $40 promo code CW1315 at Newegg.
Microcenter has is for $529.99. But after taxes, it comes out to about $560. I have seen them on ebay for $480 new. I see it about once a week or less. It may be real.
I think I will bite on the Newegg deal unless you know of a better deal.