The performance bracket that AMD's FX-Series desktop processors are delivering, apparently made Intel reconsider the prices of its Core i5 and Core i7 processors, which now seem to retail for higher prices than before Bulldozer was out.
Intel has seen AMD's inability to deliver a hefty competing product as an opportunity to increase the margins of its products.
Using the Geizhals.at price comparison engines, one of the largest of its kind in the world, Bright Side of News analyzed the prices of Intel's processors both before and after the launch of AMD's FX-Series CPUs.
This way, the Website has found out that pricing for the Core i7-2600K rose from
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