Intel this week unveiled new prices on its high-end chips for servers, workstations and desktop PCs, chopping prices up to 24 percent.
The biggest price change was to the 800MHz Pentium III desktop processor which went from $385 (about £238) to $294, a 24 percent decrease. The 750MHz PIII dropped 22 percent from $337 to $262, and the 866MHz PIII Xeon, a workstation part, dropped 16 percent from $612 to $515.
The price of the 1GHz Pentium III processor remained unchanged at $990.
The new prices, which took effect 16 July, are shown below:
Pentium III Xeon
Pentium III Desktop
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