Intel To Adjust CPU Pricing

"Intel apparently plans to cut prices for selective single-core Pentium 4 (P4) and entry-level dual-core CPUs in the range of 5-10% before April 22."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 28/02/07
Author: PV5150
Source: DigiTimes

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Earlier the OC3D News team brought you news that Intel were considering some significant pricedrops come April 22nd. Well, it appears that Intel plans to cut prices for selective single-core Pentium 4 (P4) and entry-level dual-core CPUs in the range of 5-10% before April 22, according to an Economic Daily News (EDN) report.

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.
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 recently published January 2007 pricing changes (US$)
Processor Family CPU December 2006 January 2007 Change
Desktop Pentium D (LGA 775) 935   133  
925 133 113 (15%)
945 113 93 (18%)
820 93 84 (10%)
Desktop Pentium 4 with Hyper-Threading Technology
(LGA 775)
661 163 163  
651 163 84 (48%)
650 273 84 (69%)
641 163 74 (55%)
640 218 74 (66%)
631 163 69 (58%)
630 178 69 (61%)
541 84 74 (12%)
531 74 69 (7%)
Desktop Celeron D (LGA 775) 365   69  
360 69 59 (14%)
356 59 54 (8%)
352 54 49 (9%)
347 49 44 (10%)
336 44 39 (11%)
331 39 34 (13%

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27-02-2007, 06:24:34

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AMD will finally launch its long-awaited 690-series chipset-family tomorrow. Two variants will spearhead the release: the RS690-based mainstream AMD 690G with ATI Radeon X1250 graphics, and the RS690C-based value AMD 690V with ATI Radeon X1200 graphics.

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