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Intel cuts P4, PIII prices by up to 29%

AMD still expected to follow suit

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Intel cut the prices of selected Pentium 4 and Pentium III desktop processors, and some Xeon and PIII-S server chips yesterday, as we reported some time ago.

The price cuts can be found in our 'reminder' item from Friday. One point: in the end, Intel also reduced the price of its 1GHz PIII, so we've added that to the original story. And a slip of the keyboard ensured we presented an incorrect calculation for the 1.1GHz PIII, so we've corrected that too.

AMD is also expected to cut its prices today. ®

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