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Intel to reduce processor prices and info about chipset prices

Posted on Wednesday, May 12 2004 @ 20:41:38 CEST by


Chip 20 June 18 July 22 August Launch 570
570/3.8GHz       $637 §
560/3.6GHz $637 §   $417 §  
550/3.4GHz $417 §   $278 §  
540/3.2GHz $278 §   $218 §  
530/3GHz $219 §   $178 §  
520/2.8GHz $178 § $163 §    
3.4E/1MB     $278 ¶  
3.4/512K     $278 ¶  
3.2E/1MB     $218 ¶  
3.2/512K     $218 ¶  
3.0E/1MB     $218 ¶  
3/512K     $178 ¶  
3.06/512K     $178 ¶
There's some changes on the chipset front too. Effectively, the introduction of the 925 and 915 chipsets will mean Intel wants its customers to wave goodbye to last year's 865 and 875 chips. At introduction, Intel will charge $50 for the 925X, $41 for the 915G and $37 for the 915P.
More info at The Inquirer


 



 

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