In terms of markdowns, Intel's Pentium D desktop processor prices were reduced by 18% to 40% for some chips. The price for the most expensive Pentium D was slashed to $316 from $530. The Pentium D line, which uses dual-core technology, was introduced in the spring of 2005. Prices for Intel's older Pentium 4 processor family were chopped by 25% to 61% in some instances, or as low as $74. The company's low-end desktop Celeron D processors were marked down by 8% to 19%, or as low as $34. For the whole story http://www.marketwatch.com/News/Sto...3A866D1-3741-44E0-9116-A22E851D98F8}&keyword= See here as well http://www.pcworld.com/news/article/0,aid,126589,00.asp You can see the price changes in www.deltapage.com as well.