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Tuesday, 24 July 2007 09:52

Intel last price cut is on 26th of August

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Affects only four SKUs


Intel will cut the prices one more time in almost one month from today. It will adjust the prices of three CPUs and it will introduce the new one. E2180 will show up on that date and will be available for $87.

To make some space for 2.0 GHz 1 MB cache FSB 800 E2180, the E2160 will drop from $87 to $77. Celeron 430 based on Core 2 Duo and FSB 800 and 512 KB cache will drop from current $50 to 45 and Celeron 420 will drop from current $40 to $35.

The other CPUs won’t change its price and this might be the final date when Intel calls off the price wars.

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