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    New CPUs And Price Cuts Expected By Intel
    Details have emerged over future launch dates and expected price changes for Intel processors over the coming months

    According to Digitimes, details regarding Intel’s desktop processor roadmap for the upcoming months have been disclosed by sources at motherboard manufacturers. Along with plenty of expected price cuts in the months ahead, several new product introductions and discontinuations are also expected.
    The first change to be expected will come on October 19, with the launch of the Core 2 Duo E7400. Price cuts are also expected on that day for the Core 2 Quad Q8200, Quad Q6600, Duo E7300, and Pentium E2220 and E2200 processors. The expected pricing for these processors was not mentioned.




    Sometime during November it is expected Intel will release its next-generation of processors under the branding Core i7. There are only three Core i7 processors expected in 2008 and they will target upper mainstream and performance users. The Core i7 965 XE will be an Extreme Edition processor running at 3.20 GHz, featuring an 8 MB cache and will be priced at $999. The Core i7 940 will run at 2.93 GHz, feature an 8 MB cache and cost $562. The most affordable Core i7 will be the 920, with a 2.66 GHz clock-speed, an 8 MB cache and a $284 price-tag. All three processors feature four-cores, a 130 W TDP and will offer a substantial performance increase over current Core 2 processors.

    The next change on Intel’s roadmap comes on November 30, with the introduction of three new processors. The Core 2 Quad Q8300 will launch at a price of $224 and will offer a clock-speed of 2.5 GHz with a 4 MB cache. Also then available will be the Pentium E5300, offering good value at $86, featuring a 2.6 GHz clock-speed with a 2 MB cache. Lastly, the Celeron E1500 will be released with a 2.2 GHz clock-speed and will be priced at $53.

    Early next year on January 18, Intel will introduce the Core 2 Duo E7500 processor, which will have a clock-speed of 2.93 GHz and be priced at $133. Intel will also continue to slash prices on its Core 2, Pentium and Celeron brands. The Core 2 Quad Q8200 will see a small drop from $193 to $183, the Core 2 Duo E7400 will drop to $113 from $133, the Pentium E5200 will drop from $84 to $76, the Pentium E2220 will drop from $84 to $64 and the Celeron E1400 will drop from $53 to $43.

    Also according to the information provided by Digitimes, Intel is expected to begin discontinuing many of its Core 2, Pentium and Celeron processors by the second quarter of 2009.

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    Default Re: New CPUs And Price Cuts Expected By Intel

    ei time e CPu na kinai bhalo. jodio dekhe mone hoitese bhalo offer. tar poreu AMD er ekta step er por abar price cutdown hobe.

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    Default Re: New CPUs And Price Cuts Expected By Intel

    Sounds sweet

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    Default Re: New CPUs And Price Cuts Expected By Intel

    hmmm,amaro tai mone hosse...........may b its da tym 2 wait

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    Default Re: New CPUs And Price Cuts Expected By Intel

    More Intel Price Slashing on Quad-Core and Dual-Core Chips

    Been saving to buy a new processor? Hold the phone, cause the prices are coming down again. Intel has slashed prices of certain Quad-Core and Dual-Core processors for desktops and inexpensive servers.





    The price cuts have hit a new low in pricing, causing the entry level Dual-Core chips to put more strain on the low-end Celeron chip pricing. Starting from Oct 19th, 2008, Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200 and Q6600 have been priced down to $193 and $183 — that’s a drop of 14 percent and 5 percent respectively.

    With two Quad-Core processors now available for under $200, consumers now have the problem of deciding between Dual-Core chips with higher clock rates, or getting Quad-Core chips with lower clock rates. This is really nothing new since buyers were faced with the same decision a few years ago, between the Single-Core and Dual-Core offerings at the time.

    Intel has also slashed prices of the E7300 from $133 down to $113 — a 15 percent change. The E2220 and E2200 down to $74 and $64 — 12 percent and 14 percent respectively. The Xeon X3220 and X3210 processors also seen a drop of 5 percent – down to $188.

    The price drops, increased pressure on lower end processor sales only spells one thing — making way for new launches. Stay tuned!


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