michael_d wrote:I suppose the vendors are playing the "who is going to blink first" game with customers. If there is no rush of buyers within the next few weeks or maybe even months, the vendors will have no choice but lower the prices as they are not going to keep the old parts to collect dust. Patience is a virtue.
JustAnEngineer wrote:Thuban Phenom II X6 (around since April 2010) and the cut down Phenom II X4 960T are still in production
bthylafh wrote:Maybe they're dropping the X6 chips for marketing reasons - weren't the X6 not much slower than Bulldozer parts, and for a lot cheaper?
Zoomastigophora wrote:. I was hoping for price drops as retailers try to clear inventory, but it seems my plan is backfiring on me
IAmGhostDog wrote:The 1100T went up $10 and the 1090T is sold out again.
About 3 weeks ago I wrote:My guess (pure speculation) is that we'll see some additional price hikes on the fastest X4/X6 chips. If there are a lot of AMD motherboards still in the channel that aren't Bulldozer-compatible we may also see some vendors selling them only as part of a mobo/CPU bundle.
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