Intel distributors have leaked prices for the Pentium III Xeon, which is officially released tomorrow.
According to a source, the 500MHz chips with 512Kbyte, 1Mbyte and 2Mbyte of level two cache, will cost approximately $975/1000, $2000/1000 and $3700/1000 respectively.
Pentium II Xeons now cost the following per 1000. The 450/2Mbyte part costs $3600, the 450/1Mbyte part $1940, the 450/512Kbyte part $800, the 400/1Mbyte part $1900 and the 400/512Kbyte part $800.
Intel's next major price revision will be on 10 April, the distributor said.
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