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Monday, 27 August 2012 09:43

AMD drops prices across its CPU/APU range

Written by Slobodan Simic

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For Phenom II, FX-series Bulldozer CPUs and Llano APUs


AMD has updated its price pages pulling down the price on the full range of Llano APUs, Phenom II K10 parts and Bulldozer FX-Series CPUs. Although some price cuts are minor some parts got a price cut of up to 20 percent.

The most significant price cut includes the now quite old Phenom II X4 955BE and 965BE CPUs that have dropped by 22.9 and 20.9 percent respectively. Price wise, the Phenom II 955 BE dropped from US $105 down to US $81 while the Pheom II X4 965BE dropped from US $115 down to US $91.

The price cuts include some AMD A-Series Llano APUs that dropped by up to 20 percent. The A6-3670K part dropped from US $100 to US $80, A8-3870K and A8-3850 dropped from US $115 and US $105 down to US $101 and US $91, respectively. The A-Series price cuts also include entry level A4-3300 and A4-3400 parts that went down from US $55 and US $59 to US $46 and US $48, respectively.

There are a couple of noticeable price drops in the FX-Series range as well, so the FX-6100 went down by 17 percent from US $135 down to US $112, the FX-6200 went down by 14.8 percent from US $155 down to US $132, while the flagship FX-8150 dropped by 10.7 percent from US $205 down to US $183.

There are a bunch of other price cuts across the entire range but mostly they are below 10 percent.

According to CPU-World, all these price cuts should be in effect as of today. You can check out the full price cut list over at CPU-World.com.

Last modified on Monday, 27 August 2012 10:30
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