Intel to can Pentium D 920, cut prices
Reg Hardware reports Intel will stop taking orders for the Pentium D 920 come June 30.
The company had previously mentioned that, unlike the 930, 940, and 950
chips, the 920 would not be upgraded to the new C-1 core. This move will
reportedly go along with a price cut for the 900 series, which is to
follow the release of the Pentium D 960. The 960, which should run at
3.6GHz with 2MB of cache and an 800MHz FSB, is expected to come out in
late April. AMD may
also introduce a 2.6GHz Athlon 64 X2 5000+ in the same time frame.