Discussion in 'Green Room' started by jkoXP, Jul 29, 2002.
does anyone know?
thanks for the replys in advance.
Prices always go down after time, it just depends how far your willing to go to buy one.
Intel announced a price-cut not long ago (few weeks).
when did they say it will take effect?
Intel cpu prices dropped a little over a month ago (and have already taken effect). When the Prescotts are released I'm sure the prices will drop again according to my Greenspanian pholosophy.
yea I know, I hope they CPU prices drop just a lil more..... If not I'll have to stick with a 1.6Ghz cpu....
o/c tha 1.6 to a 2.1
I'd rather not over clock.... and i cant with the intel mobo I'm getting
Somebody correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe I heard in the past couple of days that AMD is dropping its prices. I imagine if this is so then Intel will follow to some degree in order to remain as competitive. This is why I have loved AMD for years... they come out and successfully challenge a near-monopolist, resulting in a price-war that saves us a lot of money. I wonder how much we'd be paying for a 2+GHZ machine right now if Intel all but controlled the market.
only reason to why AMD is good..... makes intel drop their prices
On September 1, the price of a 2.4b will drop 51.7% to $193USD. Later in Q3-4, when the 2.8 and the 3.06 are released, the 2.53b will drop 63%.
yum... fast and cheap ... lol
any price drops in video cards?
I hope this isn't the general consensus on AMD. I'm not going to start a processor war, but I do believe that AMD makes great processors. My first system had a K6-2, and I was very happy with its performance. And I know since then they have made a lot of progress with the Athlon and Thunderbird. I haven't worked with an AthlonXP system yet, but I imagine that they are great as well. I understand that a bad experience with a certain product can greatly influence your opinion, but then again, every product has given someone a bad experience. I was just curious why you, or anyone else, don't like AMD.