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Wednesday, November 03, 2004
Intel to cut 915 chipset prices in December


Intel plans to cut prices for its complete lineup of 915 core-logic chipsets on December 26, with the goal of boosting sales of the PCIe-enabled chipsets in the channel.

The planned price cuts do not cover Intel's 865- and 845-series core-logic chipsets since demand for these two parts remains strong, the sources noted.

The price cuts will narrow the price differential between the 915G and the 865G integrated graphics chipsets from US$4 to US$2, indicating Intel's efforts to promote PCIe-supporting chipsets, said the sources.

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