We reported earlier that both chip giants had planned to cut processor prices for this holiday season, Intel has done so already on its Pentium 4 lines (both desktop and mobile) and Celerons, the most dramatic cuts are seen on higher-end CPUs where changes go as high as 35%, The Register has posted a detailed chart on pricing information.

In the other hand, AMD has followed price cuts however it has limited such to Athlon XP processors in the 2700+ to 3200+ range, and the 2400+ to 2800+, it is apparently keeping prices at the same level for Athlon 64s, Opteron 246s and Opteron 146s.