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Intel to cut processor prices

Posted on Thursday, March 01 2007 @ 00:55:02 CET by


According to DigiTimes we can expect some price cuts from Intel on its single-core Pentium 4 and entry-level dual-core processors before April 22.
Intel had originally planned to introduce a massive price cut on April 22, but after AMD announced price cuts on February 12 for 17 desktop Athlon 64 single- and dual-core CPUs, Intel has decided to adjust its pricing earlier than expected, the report noted.

Channel distributors stated that price reduction will focus on entry-level and mainstream CPUs, with 820 and 915 series prices expected to drop 5-10% to around US$80. Intel has only recently updated its official January pricing, with most of its most recent price cuts being for Pentium 4, Pentium D and Celeron D processors.




 



 

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