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    I was looking around for price of different processor, when i found something (BK) after processor model. Like i3-2100 (BK) , i5 2400 (BK). also there are same model without BK too. What does it stand for?

    second, is Gigabyte GA-H61M-S2V-B3 good motherboard? somewhere in forum i read about something rev1.1 how i check it?

    sorry about the question, dont know if those are stupid questions or not it has been almost 5 years since i last checked computer market xD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riffat View Post
    I was looking around for price of different processor, when i found something (BK) after processor model. Like i3-2100 (BK) , i5 2400 (BK). also there are same model without BK too. What does it stand for?second, is Gigabyte GA-H61M-S2V-B3 good motherboard? somewhere in forum i read about something rev1.1 how i check it?sorry about the question, dont know if those are stupid questions or not it has been almost 5 years since i last checked computer market xD
    BK processors are the unboxed products with lowered prices. You should try to avoid them as these products are being suspected to come without the original coolers. The other components such as mobo, hdd, odd also can be unboxed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riffat View Post
    I was looking around for price of different processor, when i found something (BK) after processor model. Like i3-2100 (BK) , i5 2400 (BK). also there are same model without BK too. What does it stand for?

    second, is Gigabyte GA-H61M-S2V-B3 good motherboard? somewhere in forum i read about something rev1.1 how i check it?

    sorry about the question, dont know if those are stupid questions or not it has been almost 5 years since i last checked computer market xD
    (BK) is used for unboxed products, the main problem for buying this products is that you are not getting original intel CPU cooler along with the CPU. They will provide you with a lower quality CPU cooler and that's why products with (BK) costs low. But if you want to buy an aftermarket cooler like TT Frio http://www.ucc-bd.com/thermaltake-fr...fan-cu-al.html or something else as well you can go for BK products

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