Rumors suggest that Intel is throwing the SSD 320, SSD 330, and SSD 520 series into the ring with price reductions of up to 38 percent. According to VR-Zone, the price changes do not affect most lower-capacity models of the SSD 320 series. Instead, the 300 GB and 600 GB models will come down from $519 to $464 in retail wrapping ($499 to $444 for OEMs). The 600 GB model is predicted to slide from $1,059 to $879 (retail) and from $1,039 to $859 (OEM).
If VR-Zone is right, then Intel will be applying the deepest cuts to the 520 series, which will fall from 9 percent (60 GB model, down to $99 retail) to 37.7 percent (480 GB, down to $594 retail). There is also a note that the 330 series will see steep cuts as well the 60 GB model will decline 26.5 percent to $69, and the 120 GB version by 30.2 percent to $104. The 180 GB flagship will fall by 34.1 percent to $154.