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Friday, 08 November 2013 09:27

AMD cuts APU prices

Written by Fudzilla staff



A6 and A8 parts down ~13%

AMD has slashed the prices of several mid-range APUs in its latest price list.

The new A10-6790K, which is basically a cut down version of the A10-6800K, has been added to the list with a price of $122.

Several A6 and A8 parts had their price slashed by about 13 percent. For example, the A8-660K is now just $97, down from $112. The A6-6400K went down from $71 to $61.

The official prices of the FX-9370 and FX-9590 were adjusted to reflect recent price cuts. They are now priced at $224 and $306 respectively, down from $350 and $800.

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