Intel cuts pricing of 31 processors

Posted on Monday, Dec 30 2013 @ 10:54 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Intel revised the pricing of 31 of its consumer processors. The price cuts range from 4 percent to 26 percent but most of the cuts are on mobile Celeron models. The only desktop CPUs to get a price drop are the low-power, Haswell-based Core i7-4770R, i5-4670R and i5-4570R, which are available exclusively to OEMs.

Model Codename Old price New price Diff.
Celeron 1000M Ivy Bridge $86 $75 13%
Celeron 1005M Ivy Bridge $86 $75 13%
Celeron 1007U Ivy Bridge $86 $75 13%
Celeron 1017U Ivy Bridge $86 $75 13%
Celeron 1019Y Ivy Bridge $102 $75 26%
Celeron 1020M Ivy Bridge $86 $75 13%
Celeron 1037U Ivy Bridge $86 $75 13%
Celeron 2950M Haswell $86 $75 13%
Celeron 2955U Haswell $132 $107 19%
Celeron 2957U Haswell $132 $107 19%
Celeron 2980U Haswell $137 $107 22%
Celeron 2981U Haswell $137 $107 22%
Celeron N2805 Bay Trail $132 $107 19%
Celeron N2806 Bay Trail $132 $107 19%
Celeron N2810 Bay Trail $132 $107 19%
Celeron N2815 Bay Trail $132 $107 19%
Celeron N2820 Bay Trail $132 $107 19%
Celeron N2910 Bay Trail $132 $107 19%
Celeron N2920 Bay Trail $132 $107 19%
Core i5-3439Y Ivy Bridge $250 $225 10%
Core i5-4300Y Haswell $297 $281 5%
Core i5-4302Y Haswell $297 $281 5%
Core i5-4350U Haswell $337 $315 7%
Core i7-4610Y Haswell $409 $393 4%
Core i7-4650U Haswell $448 $426 5%
Core i7-4850HQ Haswell $468 $434 7%
Core i7-4950HQ Haswell $657 $623 5%
Core i7-4960HQ Haswell $657 $623 5%
Core i5-4570R Haswell $288 $255 11%
Core i5-4670R Haswell $310 $276 11%
Core i7-4770R Haswell $392 $358 9%


Source: ComputerBase


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