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Intel's 1Ku tray prices have been chopped today, bringing a 1.4GHz P4 down by 11 per cent to $574. The 1.5GHz part remains unchanged at $819. Unlike boxed P4s, tray processors - aimed at the largest PC makers - do not come bundled with 128MB of RDRAM.

PIII Xeons are unchanged, but desktop PIIIs are reduced by up to ten per cent. The 750 and 733MHz parts now cost $173, while the 700 and 667MHz processors are cut to $153. The 766MHz Celeron goes down nine per cent to $155, other Celerons remain unchanged.

Mobile PIIIs and Celerons are not affected by the price cuts. ®

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