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These prices are supplied to Intel's OEMs and show the relentless track of parts between now and September, when the Pentium III 600MHz and the Celeron 500MHz are due to launch. If you are a Korean speaker, we recommend you go to Kbench where there is a similar table. We received our information from a UK OEM, presumably that site obtained its information from a domestic manufacturer. All prices are in US dollars and for 1,000 parts. OD means on-die memory. See also How Intel's geese lay golden eggs. ®


Speed Cache FS Bus April 11 May 16 July 18 PIII/600 & Celeron
500 (September)
Pentium III
600MHz 256K OD 133MHz 776
550MHz 512K 100MHz 744 658 530
533MHz 512K 133MHz 423
500MHz 512K 100MHz 637 482 423 305
450MHz 512K 100MHz 411 268 230 213
Pentium II
450MHz 512K 100MHz 396 268 230 213
400MHz 512K 100MHz 234 193 183 163
350MHz 512K 100MHz 163 163
Celeron
500MHz 128K OD 66MHz 187
466MHz 128K OD 66MHz 169 169 157 147
433MHz 128K OD 66MHz 143 143 133 113
400MHz 128K OD 66MHz 103 103 93 83
366MHz 128K OD 66MHz 73 73 73 73
333MHz 128K OD 66MHz 67 67 67 67

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