In this part of excuses fully realized, the details can be found in our earlier submissions.
In addition, Intel has released to the market three new models with quad-65 W TDP. They are noticeably more expensive than their counterparts whose thermal package limited to 95W:
|Processor||Speed||L2 cache||FSB||Price on|
|Core 2 Quad Q9550s||2.83GHz||12 MB||1333 MHz||$369|
|Core 2 Quad Q9400s||2.66GHz||6 MB||1333 MHz||$320|
|Core 2 Quad Q8200s||2.33GHz||4 MB||1333 MHz||$245|
Finally, significantly more accessible have become commonplace for Core 2 Quad. Reducing the price ranged from 16% to 40%.
|Processor||Speed||L2 cache||Price on|
|Core 2 Quad Q9650||2.83GHz||12 MB||$530||$316|
|Core 2 Quad Q9550||2.66GHz||12 MB||$316||$266|
|Core 2 Quad Q9400||2.33GHz||6 MB||$266||$213|
|Core 2 Quad Q8350||2.83GHz||4 MB||$224||$183|
|Core 2 Quad Q8200||2.66GHz||4 MB||$193||$163|
Server analogues Core 2 Quad, Xeon X3000 series has fallen in price, same as its desktop counterparts, and that it is not surprising, considering the parameters of processors.
Note also significant (18% -48%) reduction in the price of family Celeron Mobile).