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P4 price cuts coming 27 January 2002

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Updated Intel will cut the prices of its desktop Pentium 4 line on 27 January 2002 by up to 18 per cent, we hear. By then, Intel's 0.13 micron P4 die-shrink, codenamed Northwood, will have been less than a month on the market, but that's Intel and pricing for you.

The biggest cut is being made to the 1.6GHz P4, which will fall to $133 on 27 January. The 1.3GHz, 1.4GHz and 1.5GHz P4s are already at $133, as per October's price cuts.

CPU New Price Old Price Cut
Pentium 4 (0.13 micron Northwood)
2.2GHz $560 $610 8%
2.0GHz $364 $420 13%
Pentium 4 (0.18 micron Willamette)
2.0GHz $340 $401 15%
1.9GHz $240 $273 12%
1.8GHz $193 $225 14%
1.7GHz $163 $193 15.5%
1.6GHz $133 $163 18%

Intel will release a 2.4GHz version in Q2 and a 2.5GHz version in Q3 - all of them with a 400MHz frontside bus.

During Q2, Intel will also debut the 533MHz FSB variant, dubbed Northwood B, at 2.53GHz. The following quarter, a faster, 400MHz FSB version - Northwood A - will ship at over 2.53GHz (2.6GHz?)

Intel will continue to roll out Celerons through 2002, with the 1.8GHz 0.18 micron P4-based part appearing in Q3, as we reported earlier this week. It will be accompanied by a 1.5GHz 0.13 micron Tualatin Pentium III version. Expect a 1.9GHz or 2GHz P4-based Celeron in Q4.

Come Q2 and Intel will release Tehama-E, the replacement for Tulloch. It will also offer (as we've reported before) Brookdale-G, which will add integrated graphics to the i845-D, the DDR200/266 version of the i845. Intel will also offer Brookdale-GL, which is essentially the same part but lacks Brookdale-G's support for an external AGP bus.

Q4 2001

·Mobo: D850MV - ATX, RDRAM, Socket 478
·Mobo: D850MD - micro ATX, RDRAM, Socket 478
·Mobo: D845HV - micro ATX, PC133, Socket 478
·Mobo: D845WN - ATX, PC133, Socket 478
·Mobo: Englewood - micro ATX, PC133, Socket 370

January 2002

·2.0, 2.2GHz Pentium 4 - 0.13 micron Northwood A, 512KB L2, 400MHz FSB - Launch price: $420/$610
·1.3GHz Celeron - 0.13 micron Tualatin, 256KB L2, 133MHz FSB - Launch price: $120
·Chipset: i845D - DDR200/266 (PC1600, PC2100) support

Q1 2002

·Mobo: Billings - ATX, PC2100 DDR, Socket 478
·Mobo: Pendleton - micro ATX, DDR, Socket 478

April 2002

·2.26GHz Pentium 4 - 0.13 micron Northwood B, 512KB L2, 533MHz FSB
·2.4GHz Pentium 4 - 0.13 micron Northwood A, 512KB L2, 400MHz FSB
·2.4GHz Pentium 4 - 0.13 micron Northwood B, 512KB L2, 533MHz FSB
·Chipset: Brookdale-G - PC133 and PC2100 DDR support - 400, 533MHz FSB - integrated 32-bit colour 3D graphics engine with AGP support - USB 2.0
·Chipset: Brookdale-GL - PC133 and PC2100 DDR support - 400, 533MHz FSB - integrated 32-bit colour 3D graphics engine (no AGP support) - USB 2.0
·Chipset: Tehama-E - dual-channel PC800/PC1066 RDRAM support - 533MHz FSB
·Chipset: Brookdale-E - PC133 and PC2100 DDR support - 533MHz FSB - USB 2.0

Q2 2002

·1.4GHz Celeron - 0.13 micron Tualatin, 256KB L2, 100MHz FSB

Q3 2002

·2.53GHz Pentium 4 - 0.13 micron Northwood B, 512KB L2, 533MHz FSB
·2.50GHz Pentium 4 - 0.13 micron Northwood A, 512KB L2, 400MHz FSB
·1.8GHz Celeron - 0.18 micron Willamette (ie. Pentium 4) - 400MHz FSB, 256KB L2 cache
·1.5GHz Celeron - 0.13 micron Tualatin, 256KB L2, 100MHz FSB

Q4 2002

·2.53GHz+ Pentium 4 - 0.13 micron Northwood B, 512KB L2, 533MHz FSB
·2.53GHz+ Pentium 4 - 0.13 micron Northwood A, 512KB L2, 400MHz FSB
·1.8GHz+ Celeron - 0.18 micron Willamette - 400MHz FSB, 256KB L2 cache

Q3 2003

·Chipset: Springdale

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