Intel plans to lower the prices of some processors in January

Sunday, December 27, 2009

It is known that Intel is going to formally present its new processors Clarkdale in early January. These chips are interesting, first of all, that is the first desktop solutions built on standards of 32-nm process technology and equipped with integrated video core.

Earlier it was reported that Intel plans to initially release five new processors Clarkdale, including models Core i5-670/661/660/650 and Pentium G6950, which will cost $ 284 / $ 196 / $ 196 / $ 176 / $ 87 respectively. Almost simultaneously, the global chip maker plans to cut prices on some of the previous generation CPU, which will come to replace the new 32-nm solutions.

Reduced prices touched a few chips of primary and secondary levels. For example, the cost of Pentium E6500 will drop from $ 84 to $ 74, the price of Pentium E5400 will drop from $ 74 to $ 64, and the cost model Pentium E3300 should fall from $ 53 to $ 43. In addition, on February 28 Intel plans to release a new CPU Core i7-930, which will cost $ 284, and in March, is expected to debut its flagship shestiyadernika Core i7-980X, the price of which is established at $ 999.


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