In a move that will surprise no-one, Intel is set to drop the price of its consumer processors this year, according to reports from PC manufacturers. Following on from the huge price cuts the company wrought on its high-performance computing segment towards the end of last year, and the reported server-side reductions from early this year, Taiwanese press is reporting that Intel will be making similar cuts to its standard CPUs too. With the aggressive pricing that AMD has historically tagged up its Ryzen processors with, Intel almost has no option but to drop the pricing of its own CPUs to compete with its rivals. The mix of price and performance has made them hands down the best CPUs for gaming today. The only other option would be for Intel to release a new, improved processor architecture… but we’re not going to see that from Intel for a good long while. At least not on the desktop. At the start of October last year Intel halved the price of its entire Cascade Lake X CPU lineup. This price ‘reset’ was ostensibly undertaken to ensure that users could more easily make the step up from Intel’s standard mainstream CPU range to its high-end desktop (HEDT) lineup.
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