Weekly CPU & Video Card Price Guide: January 2001 2nd Editionby Manveer Wasson on January 27, 2001 12:00 AM EST
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Welcome to the second installment of the CPU and Video Card Price guide for January 2001. We publish this article to help you, the consumer, find the best deals on the internet. All the tedious work like finding the best prices and locating reputable retailers has already been done so all one has to do is figure out what product is right for them. As always we encourage the reader to investigate every retailer's reliability before ordering, but we have eliminated typically problematic ones from our price guides.
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This week we see a much needed price drop for Intel's Pentium 4 and 1.0GHz Pentium III processors. This should make the high end Intel processors a little more competitive to their AMD counterparts. Expect all prices of Intel's processors to drop as the most recent cuts settle in.
As we mentioned on our front page recently, the rumors of a 1.3GHz Athlon being launched next week are false. It will be a little while longer until we see that part hitting the streets. Prices on Thunderbirds and Durons should remain steady until Intel becomes a serious threat.
On the video card front we have decided to add a 64MB PowerVR Kyro video card to the price guide. Several readers have suggested this and we feel that KYRO is a formidable alternative to the entry level 3dfx and NVIDIA solutions. As for NVIDIA and 3dfx prices, not much has changed; However, ATI's Radeon continues to fall in price.