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Intel Itanic prices chopped

Up to 32 per cent off

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Intel's Pentium 4 price cuts, applied yesterday, will probably garner the most headlines, but the chip giant also reduced what it charges for selected Itanium 2 processors.

Itantic 2 prices fell by up to 32 per cent. However, the two fastest chips in terms of clock frequency, saw their price-tags remain unchanged.

 

Intel Itanium 2 22 August Price Cuts
Processor Prev. Price New Price Change
1.6GHz, 3MB L3 cache 400MHz FSB, 130nm $2408 $2408  
1.4GHz, 6MB L3 cache 400MHz FSB, 130nm $4227 $4227  
1.4GHz, 4MB L3 cache 400MHz FSB, 130nm $2247 $1980 -11.9%
1.4GHz, 3MB L3 cache 400MHz FSB, 130nm $1172 $851 -27.4%
1.4GHz, 1.5MB L3 cache 400MHz FSB, 130nm $1172 $851 -27.4%
1.3GHz, 3MB L3 cache 400MHz FSB, 130nm $1338 $910 -32%
1GHz, 1.5MB L3 cache 400MHz FSB, 130nm $744 $530 -28.9%

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