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Intel trims mobile, server chip prices

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Intel tweaked a few mobile and server processor prices yesterday, cutting what it asks for certain CPUs by up to 27 per cent.

So, the 2GHz Xeon MP fell from $1177 to $856 in batches of 1000 chips, a fall of 27 per cent.

The 1.3GHz, 512KB L2 Celeron M now costs $107, down 20 per cent from $134.

The 800MHz Ultra-low Voltage Celeron M price was cut 11 per cent, from $161 to $144.

The 1GHz Ultra-low Voltage Pentium M fell from $262 to $241, a drop of eight per cent. ®

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