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Wednesday, 16 November 2011 11:15

AMD cuts Llano, Bulldozer prices

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A few bucks here and there


AMD has dropped the price of several Llano APUs as well as new Bulldozer processors in its latest price list.

The six-core FX-6100 saw its price cut from $165 to $155, which seems to make sense as AMD already has dirt cheap Thuban six-cores on sale.

Three Llano APUs also had a few bucks shaved off their price tag. The A4-3300 dropped from $69 to $66, while the A4-3400 went down from $75 to $71. The triple-core A6-3500 had its price cut from $89 to $85. Sadly the cuts are relatively small and they do not affect the most interesting quad-core parts.

AMD also included a new Llano-based chip in its lineup, the Athlon II X4 651. It’s a 3.0GHz part, sans graphics and the price stands at $92.

More here. (German)

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