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Seems that Intel are jacking up their prices after the Bulldozer fail.

http://www.guru3d.com/news/intel-ret...ldozer-launch/

Thoughts guys?
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Its only gonna hurt them IMO

I would rather take the FX performance hit even more if they keep jacking up the price.
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post #3 of 6
They wont.

They been saying that after a while..... but if anything intel will keep their prices lower to intise people to come over to intel.

I've seen the prices of 2500k drop £10-£30 recently
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Intel hasn't changed any of the prices. The retailers are the ones jacking up the price. It may be due to greed or due to increase demand on intel processors
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I don't get why they would do it now. AMD hasn't been able to compete with them for years.
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Originally Posted by Cha0s_Cha0 View Post
Intel hasn't changed any of the prices. The retailers are the ones jacking up the price. It may be due to greed or due to increase demand on intel processors
Yes you are correct. My mistake sorry. Delete this thread please.
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