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Only three weeks after it slashed prices on its desktop Pentium III and Celeron processors, Intel is to cut prices yet again. (Story: Intel fires first serious price salvo in AMD's K7 war) Distributors have received notice from Intel that the price cuts will come the week of the 12th of September, on selected members of the Pentium III and Celeron desktop family. At the same time, Intel quietly lowered the price of its 366MHz in the PPGA packaging on the 29th of August. The move must be seen as attacking AMD's products, and at the same time paving the way for the introduction of CuMine technology in October and Camino i820 introductions in late September. Intel is cutting prices on its mobile products too. You can find the details here. ®

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