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Thursday, 03 February 2011 10:45

AMD cuts Phenom pricing

Written by Fudzilla staff


On select quad- and six-core parts
AMD has chosen to drop prices on its Phenom II X4 and Phenom II X6 series processors for no apparent reason.

Quad-core parts, including the 955 BE, 965 BE and 970 BE dropped by $10, or between 6.9 and 5.4 percent depending on the SKU.

However, six-core Thubans got an even bigger price cut. The 1055T dropped from $199 to $175, while the 1090T dropped from $235 to $205. The latest and fastest Thuban, the 1100T, went from $265 to $239.

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