Intel CPUs

AnandTech Weekly CPU Prices - Intel
CPU Price Change Vendor Shipping Promotion
Pentium 4 - 1.5GHz (400)
$500
$43
$20
OEM
Pentium 4 - 1.4GHz (400)
$319
$30
$9
OEM
Pentium 4 - 1.3GHz (400)
$239
$40
$9
OEM
Pentium III - 1.0GHz (133)
$233
$1
$9
OEM
Pentium III - 933MHz (133)
$209
$4
$10
OEM
Pentium III - 866MHz (133)
$165
$14
$10
OEM
Pentium III - 850Mhz (100)
$163
$16
$9
OEM
Pentium III - 800MHz (133)
$153
$4
$9
OEM
Pentium III - 800Mhz (100)
$157
$2
$9
OEM
Pentium III - 750Mhz (100)
$130
$0
$10
OEM
Pentium III - 733MHz (133)
$117
$11
$10
OEM
Pentium III - 700Mhz (100)
$137
$5
$10
OEM
Pentium III - 667Mhz (133)
$116
$0
$10
OEM
Pentium III - 650Mhz (100)
$130
$0
$9
OEM
Pentium III - 600MHz (E-133)
$123
$1
$6
OEM
Pentium III - 600MHz (E-100)
$122
$15
$9
OEM
Pentium III - 550MHz (E-100)
$129
$0
$11
OEM
Pentium III - 500Mhz (E-100)
$115
$61
$10
OEM
Celeron 800 FC-PGA (100)
$117
$5
$9
OEM
Celeron 766 FC-PGA (66)
$93
$17
$9
OEM
Celeron 733 FC-PGA (66)
$83
$3
$9
OEM
Celeron 700 FC-PGA (66)
$70
$0
$10
OEM
Celeron 667 FC-PGA (66)
$67
$0
$10
OEM
Celeron 633 FC-PGA (66)
$59
$0
$10
OEM
Celeron 600 FC-PGA (66)
$59
$0
$10
OEM
Celeron 566 FC-PGA (66)
$50
$0
$10
OEM
Celeron 533 FC-PGA (66)
$61
$0
$10
OEM

This week we continue to see Pentium 4 prices fall. The 1.5GHz model dropped $43 putting it at an even $500. The 1.4GHz part dropped $30 putting it at only $319. This chip is by far the best bargain you will find in the Pentium 4 category. The 1.3GHz model also saw a hefty $40 price cut making it $239, only $6 more than a 1.0GHz Pentium III. In today's applications the 1.0GHz Pentium III will offer greater performance levels than the 1.3GHz Pentium 4, however the Pentium 4 has much more FSB and memory bandwidth which will definitely help it in future applications. For more information on the Pentium 4, read our review of it here.

We see some decent price drops this week in the high-end Pentium III line. The 866MHz and 850MHz models dropped $14 and $16 respectively. Also, the 733MHz part dropped $11 putting it at $117. This processor is excellent for those looking to build a low-cost, yet high-performing system.

For the Celeron line we saw only slight price fluctuations. The 800MHz model dropped to $117 this week and the 766MHz part dropped to only $93. If you are interested in buying a Celeron processor we'd recommend the 800MHz model as its 100MHz front side bus (FSB) relieves some of the bandwidth limitations seen on the older 66MHz FSB Celerons.

Related Reviews

Make sure you check out our latest Intel Pentium III Coppermine and Intel Celeron FC-PGA reviews for more information.

Pentium III Reviews Publication Date
Intel Pentium 4 1.4GHz & 1.5GHz November 20th, 2000
Intel Pentium III 1.13GHz (1133MHz) July 31st, 2000
Intel Pentium III 933 May 24th, 2000
Intel Pentium III 866, 850 March 20th, 2000
Intel Pentium III 1GHz March 8th, 2000
Intel Pentium III 800 & 750 "Coppermine" December 20th, 1999
Intel Pentium III E FC-PGA (Socket-370) October 26th, 1999
Intel Pentium III E "Coppermine" (Slot-1) October 25th, 1999

 

Celeron Reviews Publication Date
Intel Celeron 800 January 3rd, 2001
Intel Celeron 700 June 26th, 2000
Overclocking the FC-PGA Celeron April 17th, 2000
Intel Celeron 600 "Coppermine128" March 29th, 2000
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