Amd cuts single core processor prices

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  1. cyrux

    cyrux New Member

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    I have just gone through prices of Amd athlon 64 processors on www.deltapage.com and really good to see a huge price drop. Amd 64 3000+ costs 4.7k , 3200+ 5.7k and 3500+ costs 6750 . Currently amd 3500+ seems to be the best buy as it can be overclocked to 2.6Ghz easily
     
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    Great info friend, but should not this be in the technology news section?
     
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    yup prices were there to drop...but if u can wait another 2 months than 16k 3800+ dual core amd willcome for 10k..........
    and again also this stuff prices will go further down
     
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    Athlon64 3800+ core duo is stated to cost about $170, which with taxes should be Rs 9000 here, a perfect buy
     
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    mmmm...u stated the price of 3500+ 67500, shudn't it be 6-7,500???

    some newbie may freak out on reading the price...

    still, thnx mate, cause im buying 3200+ in a couple of weeks and now ill ask my vendor for the modified price
     
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    AMD athlon xp 3500+ is @ Rs.5500/-+VAT in kolkata
     
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    You posted in the wrong section man. Anyway good info. Thanks.
    I think they will be introducing dual-core, that's why this price
    reduction strategies!!
     
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    I think you may be referring to AM2 since Core Duo is from Intel. Isn't it?
     
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