Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) plans to lower the unit prices for Socket 754 Sempron processors in early May, with the maximum cut being 15%, according to Taiwan motherboard makers. The price reduction for the entry-level K8-compatible CPUs will help AMD with its plan to phase out its Socket-A processors by the end of the third quarter, according to market sources. However, according to AMD Taiwan, the company will continue producing K7 processors as customers have requested it do so.
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News source: DigiTimes