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Thread: Intel Price Drops in April?




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    Default Intel Price Drops in April?

    I googled something along the lines of 'e6700 price drops,' and apparently Intel will be cutting prices on its Core 2 Duo lineup by April.. quad core q6600 down to the $500 range, e6700 to $300 range, e6600 to $200.. do you guys think these prices are accurate?
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    Default Re: Intel Price Drops in April?

    Haven't read anything that I can recall (but then I've been awake for about 22 hours now, so I don't know what's going on), but I believe it. The Core 2 Duo series is due for some price cuts. The Core 2 Quad stuff really needs to come down to sub-$400 levels, though.

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    Default Re: Intel Price Drops in April?

    Yes, that's what I've heard.
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    Default Re: Intel Price Drops in April?

    Quote Originally Posted by xaglx View Post
    I googled something along the lines of 'e6700 price drops,' and apparently Intel will be cutting prices on its Core 2 Duo lineup by April.. quad core q6600 down to the $500 range, e6700 to $300 range, e6600 to $200.. do you guys think these prices are accurate?

    Xaglx, here is a chart of Intel's price cut in April.Hope u find it useful.Intel is gonna slash its CPU Core 2 prices up to 40%, as well as introduce a few new models. One of the largest price reductions is reserved for the Q6600 which goes from $851 to $530. But also the lower end E4300 chip sees a nice drop to $113.

    Newcomers are the E6320 and E6420 which will replace the E6300/6400, the new chips have 4Mb cache compared to the 2Mb of the older ones. The introduction of the E4400 at 2ghz with 800Mhz FSB and 2Mb cache will also be a popular OC chip with its higher multiplier.


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