In the Athlon 64 line, the FX-62 enjoys a $114 drop down to $713. AMD has also slashed prices for all Energy Efficient Athlon 64 X2s so that they now cost the same as their regular, non-low-power siblings. An Energy Efficient flavor of the Athlon 64 X2 5000+ has also been introduced for the occasion, although considering how scarce both EE chips and the regular X2 5000+ have been in the past, you may not see the new processor on shelves anytime soon.
In the budget desktop segment, the Athlon 64 3800+ is down $4 to $108. Pricing for the Sempron line hasn't budged, but AMD has ditched the entry-level 1.6GHz Sempron 2800+. A new 2.2GHz Sempron 3800+ for Socket AM2 has been introduced with the same $108 price tag as the Athlon 64 3800+.