In response to typical summer trends and AMD's own price cuts from this very same week, Intel has done a nearly across the board price reduction for their Celeron D, Celeron M and Pentium M processors. With a lot of college kids heading back to the dorm rooms and a lot of schools ending their purchasing for the next school year, many new computers will be sold. To them, really, what chip is in their computer really doesn't matter to them, but the cost does. Situations like this mean good things for the enthusiast community, with cheaper parts all around.

A desktop Celeron D LGA775 3.2ghz CPU is now wholesaling for $112. Here's a full price listing of all the reductions that took place yesterday.