Morning, all. The Pentium Anniversary Edition is supposed to hit store shelves today. I noticed late last week that Micro Center has them in stock locally and is selling them at a $17 discount. That's 60 bucks for an unlocked dual-core Haswell, which I figure is the hardware equivalent of a Steam Summer Sale daily deal. I reserved mine and will be picking it up today.
Overclocking will then commence. Can't wait to see how it performs once overclocked.
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