Intel reportedly plans to slash chip prices.

Intel is reportedly planning to slash prices for some of it desktop processors in a competitive gambit at a time when the chip giant is seen falling behind archrival AMD.

Intel is said to be considering a 15% price reduction on some of its main products, according to Digitimes, citing unnamed sources among motherboard manufacturers. The move would come ahead of the release of the next generation of AMD’s Ryzen processor, which has earned upbeat reviews from some analysts.

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