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Tuesday, 15 May 2007 10:10

Intel already talking price cuts

Written by test

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As soon as in July?


Intel
doesn't seem to want to give AMD any chance to steal any market share from it, as it's already planning a price cut come July 22nd, if we're to believe the data that HKEPC has compiled.

Although the sources are various motherboard manufacturers in Taiwan, China and Hong Kong, it doesn't seem too farfetched that Intel would be planning this price cut, as it looks to coincide with the launch of its new CPU’s with 1,333MHz FSB.

It might seem a little bit too soon, since the last price cut was less than a month ago. However, Intel has been very price aggressive lately and it can only be good for the consumer at the end of the day.

You can read the full story over at HKEPC, but we borrowed the price list in case you’re too lazy to click the link. And please excuse their spelling misstakes and any erroneous information, as we didn't complie the data. 

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