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Intel drops Desktop pricing!
Written by Daniel   
Friday, 28 July 2006 09:53
Intel officially cuts desktop CPU prices
Jessie Shen,, Taipei [Friday 28 July 2006]

Intel has officially announced its desktop processor price reductions that had been expected since the middle of the second quarter.

Although most processor models saw their prices being slashed, several processors did not have their price changed, including the LGA-775 Intel Pentium Extreme Edition (965 and 955), Pentium D (840 and 830), Pentium 4 (670, 660, 650, 641, 571, 561, 551, 521) and the MPGA-478 Celeron D (335, 330).

The chip giant also included new models in its pricing list including the Pentium D 805 and 945 and the Pentium 4 524.

In addition, Intel resumed offering several processors that it had previously removed from its pricing list and roadmap, including the LGA-775 Celeron D 326 (256k L2 cache, 2.53GHz, 533MHz FSB, 90nm) and MPGA-478 Celeron 315 (256k L2 cache, 2.26GHz, 533MHz FSB, 90nm)*

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