In the wake of AMD's analyst day yesterday, the red team has made another round of price cuts on its A-series APUs. Here's the current lineup, along with the new suggested e-tail price for each chip:
Based on AMD's suggested prices from October of last year, the company is cutting out anywhere from $6-16 for each chip—save for the A6-7400K, which is actually becoming a couple bucks more expensive. Keep in mind these are suggested prices, so actual listings from e-tailers could be even lower.
The new prices should take effect on May 10. Given the painfully slow retail response to AMD's last round of cuts, we'll believe it when we see it.
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